’30 Rock: What Will Happen to the Gang Next Year?’ (Season Finale) Review

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30 Rock season six ended on a high note as Liz and Criss look forward to the future and Jack and Avery prepare to renew their wedding vows.

There was a lot of fun to be had with this season finale. The end of this season has really cracked down on finishing up strong and moving the plot forward. What a great way to leave us off for the summer before the show’s final season.

The biggest story of this finale was Jack and Avery. Watching Avery use a code to communicate with the other prisoner that she claimed not to have feeling for was great. Watching Jack figure out that code was downright hysterical. Their mock wedding was a lot of fun too as nobody objected to their vow renewal and the two of the freaked out at the same time. This lead to their very tender divorce. The only negative is that this may be the last we see of Elizabeth Banks on this show.

Liz’s story this week was a nice one as well. When Criss was introduced at the beginning of the season I was not convinced that he is the best guy for Liz. But now I can see the two of them ending up together in the end. We also saw the potential of Liz finally becoming a mother in the works.

What Will Happen to the Gang Next Year? was a fun way to end the season, and I am excited to see where this show will go for its final season. (8.5/10)

One Response to ’30 Rock: What Will Happen to the Gang Next Year?’ (Season Finale) Review

  1. Nosgoth1979 says:

    After 6 years this show is still holding its own, and this was a perfect season finale! It demonstrated, yet again, why I love 30 Rock: its clever, heartfelt, and very funny. I actually re-watched this episode over the weekend, having recorded it last week using PrimeTime Anytime. A coworker here at Dish told me about this new Auto Hop feature on the Hopper too. It allowed me to choose to watch the show with the commercials automatically skipped over—which I normally do anyway, but it’s nice not to have to constantly smash the Skip Forward button. I expect next season to be bitter/sweet, being that it’s going to be the show’s last.

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