Who Wants to Get 30 Rockin' a Week Early?
Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Perhaps to best capitalize on the white hotness that is Tina "Don't Call Me to Play Sarah Palin After Nov. 4" Fey, the Peacock will unfurl the season premiere of 30 Rock a week ahead of its ridonkulously tardy Oct. 30 broadcast date, on NBC.com.
Some of the cliffhangers you can expect to be addressed in Season 3's very first outing:
• How will Jack try to get his job at G back from Devon and the (increasingly odd) Mrs.?
• Will Liz pursue, with any success, her dream of adopting a child? If only so that he/she "can grow up and resent me"?
• Will Tracy share the wealth now that his porno videogame is "more profitable than the war on terror"?
Among the 142 guest-stars on tap to visit 30 Rock this season are Megan Mullally (who appears in the opener), Oprah Winfrey (who learns wayyyyy too much about Liz inside of 20 seconds), Jennifer Aniston and Steve Martin.