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30 Rock returns to SABC 3

2010-08-31 15:49

The highly anticipated second season of funny girl Tina Fey’s award-winning sitcom kicks off with its usual enthusiasm and dry wit, as head writer for TGS with Tracy Jordan, Liz Lemon (played by Fey), battles to balance her professional life in a male dominated industry with her less successful love life.

In Wednesday’s opening episode, Liz’s boss Jack (Alec Baldwin) invents a program that upsets Jerry Seinfeld, while Jenna (Jane Krakowski) returns from her stint in Mystic Pizza on Broadway only to have gained a significant amount of weight. Also, comedienne Sherri Shepherd stars as Tracy Jordan’s (Tracy Morgan) wife Angie, who is not at all impressed by her husband’s antics.

Although the show failed to walk away with any trophies at the recent Emmy Awards, 30 Rock has in previous years swept the board in the comedy series categories.

Speaking of the end of the show’s reign of glory, star Alec Baldwin told Associated Press: “Nothing can last forever. We knew that eventually we'd have to watch someone else pick up the Emmy; this is the year it happened.”
30 Rock airs at 7.30pm on SABC3 from Wednesday September 1.
Catch season two of Tina Fey's hilarious comedy series on SABC from September 1.

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