30 Rock: Pilot  » TV  »
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  • Many of the jokes fell flat, but like the best comedies they just kept throwing out more jokes and if they are able to keep the ones which worked and scale back on the ones that didn't they can end up with a good show

    • by Elton Gahr

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      I can’t say that this pilot started out all that strong for me. The truth is that I turned it on, left the room and forgot about it until the next day, but then pilots are difficult, and there was a fair amount of humor in this one once it

      got going. The basic premise of 30 Rock appears to focus on the head writer for the girly show, a popular show that is being changed by the new TV executive. His plans include firing her producer and convincing her to hire a mentally unstable black movie actor. They certainly ...

      • didn’t hold back in this episode, with flashes to Tracy Jordan’s mental problems and visiting a strip club. Many of the jokes fell flat, but like the best comedies they just kept throwing out more jokes and if they are able to keep the ones which worked and scale back
        on the ones that didn’t they can end up with a good show. If I expected every episode to be like this I would most likely not bother with any more 30 rock, but it is a pilot and I have seen pilots far worse for shows that I later learned to like.




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