Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin
"In five years, we'll all either be working for him... or be dead by his hand."
It's been more than five years since Jack (Alec Baldwin) uttered those foreboding words about Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) on 30 Rock, but now that the NBC comedy is heading into its seventh and final season (Thursday at 8/7c), one of those predictions may just come true.
"We certainly have not forgotten about that," co-showrunner and executive producer Robert Carlock tells TVGuide.com. "I think it would be disappointing if one of those didn't happen. There are so many things we want to do before it's over."
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But there's so little time. The three-time Emmy winner for Best Comedy Series will return for a shortened 13-episode run — or a "full-out sprint," as Carlock calls it. "When we were doing 22 episodes, there are sort of three phases you go through. One usually takes you through about 10 or 11 episodes. There's a sprint to that with an arc, then there's a wait and you usually do your weirder episodes while you're treading water, and then you have your sprint ...
Ne-Yo will make a guest appearance as himself on 90210, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The R&B artist will appear in a scene at the Hollywood Bowl where Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) is also performing. Ne-Yo will sing "Let Me Love You" and one other song in the episode scheduled to air in November.
Tina Fey and Ryan Lochte
Ryan Lochte is on the move — from 90210 to 30 Rock, for a cameo on the NBC comedy's upcoming seventh and final season, New York Magazine reports.
Lochte, 28, who won five medals at...
Ryan Lochte, AnnaLynne McCord
Talk about a fish out of water! Days after swimming sensation Ryan Lochte bid "toodle-oo" to jolly old London and the Summer Olympic Games, the 28-year-old hunk was on set shooting the October 29 episode of The CW's 90210 opposite AnnaLynne McCord (Naomi).
Ryan Lochte finally got the television gig he's been waiting for: a guest-starring role, as himself, on 90210.
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Michael Phelps beat Ryan Lochte in the race for a reality show.
Phelps will star in next season's Golf Channel series, The Haney Project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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On Friday morning, Today co-host Matt Lauer asked the Olympic swimmer about a possible reality television career. Lochte, 28, said, "I definitely want to move to L.A... I'm looking forward to Dancing with the Stars [or] The Bachelor.
Now that we know Ryan Lochte isn't a hit-it-and-quit-it type of guy, the Olympian could be setting his sights on a Hollywood starlet.
When Piers Morgan asked Lochte on his CNN show to "choose one famous woman to spend the rest of your life with," the swimmer admitted that he's got a crush on one of Gossip Girl's favorite Upper East Siders.
"Uh, right now, Blake Lively," Lochte said. "She is gorgeous."
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the outcome of Saturday's Olympic swimming finals.]
When you gotta go, you gotta go.
According to Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, it's common practice for athletes to pee in the Olympic pool.
"Of course," Lochte responded Friday during an interview on Ryan Seacrest's morning show, when Seacrest asked him if swimmers really do use the pool as a toilet.