Critic Consensus: 30 Rock's final season is an excellent but bittersweet farewell to one of the most hilarious and incisive pop culture satires of its time.
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as Liz Lemon
as Jack Donaghy
as Tracy Jordan
as Jenna Maroney
as Pete Hornberger
as Kenneth the Page
as Dot Com
as Kaylie Hooper
as Colleen Donaghy
as Devin Banks
as Martin Lutherking
as Wall Street Guy
as Dennis Duffy
News & Interviews for 30 Rock: Season 7
All great things must come to an end, and 6 1/2 seasons seems like a reasonable life span for this great thing -- packed with wordplay, sight gags, pop-culture tangents and assorted other odds and ends.
Liz Lemon was flawed and complex, but she was also witty and smart and no-nonsense, especially when it came to herself. We relate to her because she made our most basic and common flaws hilarious to watch every week.
No show before 30 Rock commented as astutely on television culture as it mocked NBC and terrible TV trends ("MILF Island," anyone?). For that alone, 30 Rock deserves the thanks of a grateful nation.
I suspect that much of this season will be about Lemon and Jack trying to tank the network, and that promises to be a comedy goldmine.
Live From Studio 6H was one of if not the funniest episode of the season, and the concept was also on point.
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