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Tracy Morgan Returns to Saturday Night Live With Help from 30 Rock Costars: Accident Showed 'How Much Love and Support I Have'

Originally posted 10/18/2015 12:20AM

Tracy Morgan made it back to Saturday Night Live with a little help from his 30 Rock friends.

"I was in a terrible car accident more than a year ago. It was awful, but it also showed me how much love and support I have in this world," Morgan said, returning to SNL for the first time following a tragic car accident that put him in a coma last year.

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30 Rock's Jack McBrayer to Host Lil Bub Talk Show at CatCon

30 Rock's Jack McBrayer to Host Lil Bub Talk Show at CatCon

Originally posted 05/20/2015 04:25PM

Jack McBrayer, who played Kenneth on the NBC sitcom, is teaming up with everyone's favorite feline, Lil Bub, to host a talk show at this year's CatCon – billed as the Comic Con for cat people.

Lil Bub's Big Show Live is set to be the makeshift cat equivalent to a late night talk show, although we're guessing McBrayer will be doing most of the talking for his perma-kitten guest star.

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New Girl Sneak Peek: Schmidt Goes into Recovery Mode After Cece's Abrupt Exit (VIDEO)

Originally posted 05/05/2015 11:55AM

New Girl has been full of comings and goings in the lead-up to the season 4 finale Tuesday night.

As Damon Wayans Jr.'s Coach exits for New York City, apparently permanently, Hannah Simone's Cece has also set off on a quest of self-actualization to climb the potentially volcanic Mt. Shasta.

Amid all of this, 30 Rock fans will be happy to know that Cece's brief departure brings the arrival of guest star Jack McBrayer, a.k.a. Kenneth the Page.

In an exclusive clip from Tuesday's episode, Schmidt (Max Greenfield) heads to a donation center after dropping off a box of Cece's things, including "paintings, erotic writings, a brassiere."

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Farewell, 30 Rock! The Finale's 'Deliriously Happy' Moments

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30 Rock Finale Makes PEOPLE TV Critic 'Deliriously Happy'

Originally posted 01/31/2013 09:05PM

Spoilers ahead!

The 30 Rock finale was one of the most delightful series wrap-ups I can remember. Not only were Liz Lemon and her fellow NBC colleagues not dead – there's really no getting over the end of Lost – but they were full of the sparkling, absurd liveliness that characterized the show at its best throughout seven seasons.

A light sentimentality in this last hour gave everything just enough of an emotional underpinning – which the show has sometimes needed.

With its endless supply of shiny, shapely little jokes, the show could feel like a wonderful salad served up without a bowl. You got tired of being showered with lovely microgreens. This time we got the bowl. It was a lovely burnished wood.

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