“Whatever. Whatever perversion caused him to like her was his problem. But he did like her, she was sure of it.”
—Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park
We’re spending most of the day curled up in a ball and crying over the end of 30 Rock while binge reading every article we can find about the show and suggest you do the same:
- The Clicker | ‘30 Rock’s’ 30 best guest stars
- Los Angeles Times | ’30 Rock’ just got better
- Flavorwire | 100 of the Best Quotes from ‘30 Rock’
- AV Club | How 30 Rock’s well-plotted final season echoes The Mary Tyler Moore Show
- AV Club | “A Goon’s Deed In A Weary World” review
- AV Club | 10 episodes that show how 30 Rock tweaked the sitcom formula
- Think Progress | Liz Lemon’s White Guilt, The Black Crusaders, and Grizz and Dot Com: Why ’30 Rock’ Mattered On Race
How many times did you cry during last night’s episode of 30 Rock?
And are you emotionally prepared for the series finale next week?
I cried at least twice & no.
I caught up on 30 Rock last night and the fact that it’s ending is really sinking in.
It’s taking me a little while to catch up on all my stories without cable (I’m getting it soonish) and I just watched the premiere of 30 Rock tonight. It was a pretty solid episode, but this line was my favorite.
"Love is wearing makeup to bed, and going downstairs to the Burger King to poop, and hiding alcohol in perfume bottles. That’s love.” -Jenna Maroney on Love
Tina Fey braces for 30 Rock’s end
"Things do end, and you want them to end when we’re running through the finish line and not limping to it and not vomiting or pooping ourselves," she says. "You have to muster the maturity to leave it. But we’re all going to be a mess."
I can’t believe Allison William’s father was on 30 Rock. Can you say Nepotism?