Watch 30 Rock Online - Full Episodes
30 Rock is a hilarious and critically acclaimed comedy that airs Thursday nights on NBC. Created by and starring comedic genius Tina Fey as quirky Liz Lemon, the series is set at the famous 30 Rockefeller Plaza, home of the NBC studios. 30 Rock follows the ups and downs of the fictional sketch comedy show TGS, which is based on Tina Fey's experience as cast member and writer on NBC's real sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live.
Each week, 30 Rock takes you on some absurd adventure revolving around the comedic all-star cast or one of the many celebrity guest stars which have included television and film superstars. Always on the cutting edge, episodes of 30 Rock have taken on subject matters as diverse as gay rights, geo-political affairs and current trends in the media.
Starring along Fey is Alec Baldwin as uber-conservative General Electric CEO Jack Donaghy. Always concerned about TGS's profitability and providing plenty of opinions regarding TGS's content, Liz Lemon and Jack form an unconventional friendship in which Jack offers his unfiltered guidance and advice on everything from relationships to business success.
Adding to the cast is Tracy Morgan who plays a character that is a basically an exaggerated version of his real life self and is cleverly named Tracy Jordan; Jane Krakowski as Jenna Maroney and egotistical and self absorbed b-list celebrity who is clawing her way up the show business ladder and Jack McBrayer as Kenneth Parcell the dimwitted NBC page who turns a 12 month internship program into his lifelong career.
The dialog on 30 Rock is quick, the jokes are solid and the references and catch phrases stay with you. For fans of comedy, 30 Rock is definitely a must watch show.
30 Rock Full Episode Guide:
Season 7 (46 full episodes, 67 clips available)
Episode 12 - Hogcock! / Last Lunch
First Aired: January 31, 2013
Episode 11 - A Goon's Deed in a Weary World
First Aired: January 24, 2013
Episode 10 - Florida
First Aired: January 17, 2013
Episode 9 - Game Over
First Aired: January 10, 2013
- Episode 8 - My Whole Life is Thunder
- Episode 7 - Mazel Tov, Dummies!
- Episode 6 - Aunt Phatso vs. Jack Donaghy
- Episode 5 - There's No I in America
- Episode 4 - Unwindulax
- Episode 3 - Stride of Pride
- Episode 2 - Governor Dunston
- Episode 1 - The Beginning of the End
Season 6 (87 full episodes, 46 clips available)
- Episode 22 - What Will Happen to the Gang Next Yea...
- Episode 21 - The Return of Avery Jessup
- Episode 20 - Queen of Jordan 2: The Mystery Of The...
- Episode 19 - Live From Studio 6H: West Coast
- Episode 18 - Live From Studio 6H: East Coast
- Episode 17 - Murphy Brown Lied To Us
- Episode 16 - Meet the Woggels
- Episode 15 - Nothing Left to Lose
- Episode 14 - The Shower Principle
- Episode 13 - Kidnapped By Danger
- Episode 12 - Grandmentor
- Episode 11 - St. Patrick's Day
- Episode 10 - Standards and Practices
- Episode 9 - Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of th...
- Episode 8 - Leap Day
- Episode 7 - The Tuxedo Begins
- Episode 6 - Hey, Baby, What's Wrong
- Episode 5 - Today You Are a Man
- Episode 4 - The Ballad of Kenneth Parcell
- Episode 3 - Idiots Are People Three!
- Episode 2 - Idiots Are People Two!
- Episode 1 - Dance Like Nobody's Watching
Season 5 (91 full episodes, 38 clips available)
Season 4 (88 full episodes, 50 clips available)
Season 3 (88 full episodes, 31 clips available)
Season 2 (60 full episodes, 11 clips available)
Season 1 (86 full episodes, 57 clips available)
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30 Rock News
To commemorate the ending of popular comedy "30 Rock," ice cream company Ben & Jerry's is releasing a new flavor inspired by the show.
"30 Rock" does well when it comes to securing quality guest stars. Nothing's changing on that front in the final season. The NBC comedy has booked "Breaking Bad"'s Bryan Cranston and veteran actress Catherine O'Hara to appear as Kenneth's parents in the coming campaign.
Well, Internet....we won't have Alec Baldwin to kick around anymore. Well, not on Twitter, anyway. Days after getting married, Baldwin wholly ditched the microblogging platform. His exit stage-right comes not long after rants against the New York Daily News and New York Post.