The recent ridiculousness over whether TGS would go to a pre-taped format was such a nonissue for Jenna; natural born performers like her are always living in the now.
Still, you'd need to be nuts to ignore the delicious danger of working live. Let's face it, TV's most memorable moments have been live, from Brandi Chastain stripping off her jersey after winning the World Cup, to David Horowitz being taken hostage on camera, to Janet Jackson's ultimate nip slip at the Super Bowl.
While there's no show business like live show business, Jenna also knows that some spontaneous moments simply aren't meant to be shared - like being proposed to. The world just doesn't need another drunken public display of affection: not at halftime at a hockey arena or during a public execution in China or during a live TV show.
So Paul and Jenna won't be sharing this most intimate moment via live or pay per view TV. Coverage of the wedding night might be another story, depending on some very interesting conversations going on now, but details on that will have to wait till all bids are in.