Tracy Morgan likes to get dressed up to watch a football game, while I prefer a casual look.
The original model and prototype for the ”Kenneth the Page Bobblehead Doll” — available for sale at the NBC Experience store.
The ”Tina Fey” look is very popular. Tina started it. Her stand-in, Laura Lynn Berrios, followed — then everyone else.
Tina Fey’s other stand-in. Very realistic.
Suddenly, director Don Scardino inexplicably becomes blurry, as a stunned Alec Baldwin looks on, not sure what to do.
Jane and I have our differences, but we share a passion for plastic palm trees off the coast of Manhattan. To learn more about saving plastic palm trees off the coast of Manhattan, go to your local library; they should have information. (By the way, this picture is from the show’s back-to-work party.)
30 Rock‘s brand-new state-of-the-art fitness facility. Jack McBrayer is the head trainer and yoga instructor. The facility also features beautiful lighting.
Megan Mullally, who guest-starred last season as an adoption agent who evaluates Liz, was really cool. She was totally normal, except she kept falling asleep on the floor. I like a chick that can pass out anywhere.
Hours later. Still waiting for Megan to wake up.
Scott Adsit, who plays Pete Hornberger, in his normal street clothes.
The popular people at the cool table let the nerd sit with them at lunch. No offense, Dot Com. (From left: Jack, Dot Com, me, and Grizz Chapman.)
Here I am in the TGS writers’ room, reenacting how I caught this swordfish. That’s right, with nunchucks.
Tina, Jennifer Aniston (who guest-starred last fall as Jack’s stalker), and director Gail Mancuso.
The robot from the ”Robot/Bear” sketch now works in the production office, making sure that everyone is constantly overworked and miserable. Cool.
Tina and her husband, producer-composer Jeff Richmond. Voted ”Best Couple” by the 30 Rock yearbook committee.
If Jane and Scott ever release their album of romantic Hanukkah songs, this is going to be the album cover.
Getting ready for the read-through of a new episode. We have that ”we’re in 10th grade and nobody prepared for the test” look.
My camera perfectly captured the back of the A&B monitors at video village.
That’s what I love about Jane. She’s not afraid to hop a fence and break a few laws to have a good time.
Here’s Katrina Bowden, who plays Cerie, getting ready. That is a large curler. I don’t know much about hair maintenance. That’s why I always wear a hat.
Goofing off between takes in Frank’s tiny office. This photo makes me laugh.
This is how Tracy watches Judge Joe Brown. Relaxed.
This is not a photo of me and Jane going to the Emmys in a limo. It’s just a casual pic of me and Jane going to work like we do every day.
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