Like the title says, last night's season premiere was the beginning of the end of 30 Rock, which will leave the airwaves for good after this 13-episode season. And, to be honest, we're not all that sorry to see it leave, even if last season almost brought the show back to the glory days of Seasons 1, 2 and 3. As the adage goes, better to go out somewhat close to the top rather than in the cellar.
It's closing time at the Jersey shore.
What's the best way to save money on TV merchandising? Have fans design it.
Why is this man laughing? Oh yeah... because he's Louis C.K.
How many people who you know sit patiently and watch all of the commercials during a TV show? I can't think of any either, but that doesn't mean you can't up and eliminate them completely... right?
Well, there's at least one person who really wants another season of The Office...
You can't keep a good forensic anthropologist down.
In the past few years, there have been an increasing number of reality shows spotlighting people that have unusual jobs. We don't mean programs like Dirty Jobs or Bizarre Foods, but rather series that focus entirely on specific occupations whose existence we might have been barely aware of if it wasn't for reality TV. And as such shows proliferate, even the once-exotic professional tattooing subculture has come to seem practically mainstream. Here are the ten types of work that we find the most strangely fascinating to watch:
Apparently, audiences don't like watching women crying hysterically behind closed bathroom doors -- but they love Ryan Seacrest. Who knew?
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