30 Rock

Season 6 Episode 18

Live from Studio 6H

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Apr 26, 2012 on NBC
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When profitability concerns threaten TGS' live airing, Kenneth describes great live TV moments from NBC's past to prove that live broadcasts are a vital part of the TV experience.

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  • 6.19 'Live from Studio 6H'

    7.5
    I liked it. Live television has always been a weakness of mine and I love TV shows which dare to try something different and go live (just like '30 Rock' did a few times). The performances are always better, atmosphere is unique, audience is laughing, even the actors are having a hard time keeping a straight face. I especially loved the TV news sequence. That was funny as hell !!! 7.5/10moreless
Tina Fey

Tina Fey

Liz Lemon; Jamie Garnett

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin

Jack Donaghy; Joey Montero; Chet Huntley

Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan

Tracy Jordan; Nipsey; Theodore Freemam

Jane Krakowski

Jane Krakowski

Jenna Maroney; Dusty Springfield

Scott Adsit

Scott Adsit

Pete Hornberger; Dickie Gruber

Judah Friedlander

Judah Friedlander

Frank Rossitano; Streaker

Donald Glover

Donald Glover

Teenage Tracy

Cameo

Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler

Teenage Liz

Special Guest Star

Jon Hamm

Jon Hamm

Abner; David Brinkley (East Coast)

Special Guest Star

Chris Parnell

Chris Parnell

Dr. Leo Spaceman; Dr. Heinrich Spaceman (East Coast); Dr. Harold Spaceman (West Coast)

Recurring Role

Kristen Schaal

Kristen Schaal

Hazel Wassername

Recurring Role

Will Forte

Will Forte

Paul L'Astname

Recurring Role

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    • This episode was broadcast live twice, once each for the East and West Coasts, and there were differences in each version:
      ·Paul McCartney had a brief apperance as himself in the East, while Kim Kardashian did so for the West
      ·Jane Krakowski sang an intro in the East, while Cheyenne Jackson sang for the West
      ·Dr. Leo Spaceman's 50s relative was a Nazi named Heinrich in the East, but a gay named Harold in the West
      ·On The Higgins Brother and Nipsey the joke differed, the catch phrase was "Lay it on Me" in the East, but "Do It to It" in the West, and Alec Baldwin took on a Nixon persona in the East, but a Paul Lynde persona in the West
      ·Jon Hamm portrayed David Brinkley in the East, but Brian Williams did so in the West

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