30 Rock: Ending a 7-season marathon of mirth
NEW YORK (AP) - You want resolution on the 30 Rock finale? You're gonna get it. Sort of. At least, the sort befitting 30 Rock, with its loopy storytelling mixed with joy in spoofing the culture of TV.
Closure, if that's what it is, comes in a two-minute postscript. But maybe you should just stop reading right now, you 30 Rock purists who don't want to know what happens or might seem to happen, however wacked-out and ironic it may be.
Which, among other things, includes this sly touch: a reference to the snowglobe revelation with which the medical drama St. Elsewhere famously concluded a quarter-century ago.
But there's more. Just before the final fade-out, NBC President Kenneth the former Page (Jack McBrayer) is pitched a new comedy series taking place right there at network headquarters, 30 Rock.