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NBC changes time slots for 30 Rock, Twenty Good Years

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 1st 2006 9:04AM

Tina FeyMany people think that this move on the schedule is being made because 30 Rock is getting good reviews and Twenty Good Years is getting...not so much. I'll have to agree. Twenty Good Years? If they get twenty good episodes, they'll be lucky.

Anyway, the Tina Fey/Alec Baldwin comedy will now be seen at 8pm on Wednesday, while the John Lithgow/Jeffrey Tambor comedy will follow at 8:30.

The shows bow on October 11. (Note: We made the changes to our premiere list)

[via TV Tattle]

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First off, AD was a great show no matter how you slice it. David Letterman is funnier than Jay Leno. Ordinary people have made a Larry the Cable Guy a successful comic. I have to side with Mr. Sassone on this one. To Bob Jones I say... Git 'er Done!

September 01 2006 at 10:01 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Bob Jones

I hate the elitist critics. Twenty Good Years is probably more likely to find a real audience than 30 Rock.

I don't want another Arrested Development where these elitist punks tell me it is good, when it is a load of crap, and then blame networks for cancelling the rubbish.

Critics are so out of touch with what ordinary people want, your opinion is virtually useless - although I could just take what you call a bad show and know that it will be a hit, I guess you're probably Letterman fans too - like the other 5 people in the real world.

September 01 2006 at 8:31 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Seems to me like it would goof up the marketing.

A show with "30" in the name is on at 8, not 8 - wait for it - :30.

And the shows are out of numerical order, so you can't do the 20-then-30 thing.

It's dumb enough that two shows with numbers in them are back to back.

September 01 2006 at 9:57 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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