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2 months ago with 4385 notes via gillianjacobs
#30 rock#jenna maroney#gifs#i've probably reblogged this before#i don't care#queue

Top 10 scenes of Liz and Criss - [1/10]

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3 months ago with 1593 notes via bossypants (source)
#30 rock#liz lemon#criss chros#gifs#queue#liz*criss

"We premiered on Wednesday, October 11, 2006, at 8:00pm and we were an instant hit - like figs for dessert or bringing your guitar out at a party. We were New Coke!
We were not a hit.
[…] Would I still rather have a big, strong Two and a Half Men than our sickly little program? No, I would not, because I love my weird little show.” - Tina Fey.

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6 months ago with 1603 notes via 30rockasaurus
#thanks for the feels bronte#30 rock#quote
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7 months ago with 2230 notes via 30rockasaurus (source)
#30 rock#liz lemon#queue#ugh i miss this show
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8 months ago with 2346 notes via goofuth (source)
#jack donaghy#pete hornberger#30 rock#liz lemon#gifs#i miss you shoooooow#forever and always#queue
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9 months ago with 25066 notes via blergmymind (source)
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el tejón!

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10 months ago with 4063 notes via frankatzenjammer (source)
#liz lemon#30 rock#gifs#love you forever and always#queue
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11 months ago with 370 notes via kubrickitty
#ugh#liz lemon#criss chros#liz*criss#30 rock#gifs#queue
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11 months ago with 3457 notes (source)
#30 rock#liz lemon#°lemon#°30r#spirit animal forever

30 Rock + TV Tropes
 ’Painting the Medium’:
Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:
- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.
- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.
- To gain basic laughs from its audience.
By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.

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11 months ago with 4107 notes via judygrimes (source)
#30 rock#gifs#i miss you every day#queue