Fey asks to pull '30 Rock' episodes that featured blackface
NEW YORK At the request of co-creator Tina Fey, four episodes of the comedy 30 Rock are being removed from circulation because they featured characters performing in blackface. The series aired on NBC from 2006 to 2013, but episodes are still being shown in television syndication and on streaming services including Hulu, Amazon Prime, iTunes and Peacock. Two of the four eliminated 30 Rock episodes originally aired in 2010, with the others first shown in 2008 and 2010. They include the East Coast version of an episode first shown live. Fallon, who did not appear in such makeup on 30 Rock, apologized last month after online circulation of an earlier Saturday Night Live skit where he wore blackface to impersonate Chris Rock.
The scene-stealing Jane Krakowski
Comic actress Jane Krakowski shared a lot of laughs with Tina Fey on the TV series "30 Rock," and pulls off some hijinks in her Tony-nominated performance in the Broadway musical "She Loves Me." She calls her characters second bananas, but "scene stealers" is more accurate. Rita Braver has a profile.cbsnews.com