(Reuters) – Emmy-winning TV comedy 30 Rock bowed out after seven seasons on Thursday with bittersweet rewells but giving all its zany characters a happy ending.
Along the way, unpredictable sketch star Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) causes chaoshappy ending, happy ending, self-centered actress Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) attempts to find her true calling on Broadway, and producer Pete Hornberger (Scott Adsit) finally achieves his dream to disappear without a trace.
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The shows ton page-turned-janitor Kenneth Parcell (Jack McBrayer) finds himself in his element with his sudden promotion to head of television network NBC.
The satirical show-within-a-show about the inside workings of a fictional television sketch series saw Tina Feys hapless writer Liz Lemon try to round up her unruly cast for a last hurrah.
The shows finale comes after perpetual unlucky-in-love Liz finally got her happy ending earlier in the season with her marriage to hot dog vendor Criss Chross (James Marsden) and they adopt two children.
Theres a reason peop30 Rock closes its doors with a sentimental rewellle dont say honest goodbyes. Its because when stuff is coming to an end, people freak out and they act crazy,mahhatan escort Liz tells Tracy.
Despite small audiences, 30 Rock became a cult vorite, while Liz has been a hero for single geeky women as she tackled the male-dominated world of network television, with phrases such as what the what, blerg and I want to go to there becoming popular.
But under the jokes, the cast showed some real emotion in Thursdays hour-long series finale.