Hello! This is the first chance I've gotten to write about the show.
We just finished doing ten shows in eight weeks. It was intense, and now seems like a blur.
Most of all it was fun. So many special guests and former castmates. It seems like the writers and cast spent pretty much every waking hour at 30 Rock.
Okay, so the Josh Brolin/Adele show.
This might have been the last Saturday episode that Amy was around.
She was really huge, but still working hard as ever.
I remember her writing that Palin rap. She was walking around with this sheet of paper just adding lines. Andy added some good lines too. I see that people are asking about the "I'm No Angel" sketch. The one where Amy and Josh are at a bar and she has a hard time getting over to him.
I've heard that the reason some videos don't get posted is because of music clearing issues. It's apparently a big deal getting the rights to some songs for reruns and online content. My suggestion is to just search online. If you look hard enough you can find uploads of various sketches. That one I loved. Such a well done, brilliant Idea written by Emily Spivey and Amy. And that song was perfect for it! And Amy doing that rap was so inspired. When I watch it, it's easy to forget how pregnant she is.
The photos below are from this film shoot we did. We had a special guest filmmaker, Noah Baumbach. He wrote and directed "Margot at the Wedding" and "The Squid and the Whale". He shot this piece that aired towards the end of the show, called "New York Underground with Trevor Dix". Bill played this British host of a TV show and I was this self indulgent singer/songwriter called Joshua Rainhorn. It was really fun to do, especially because the other cast members got to play members of fictional bands for these photos. Noah was incredible to work with. What a sweet guy and he does amazing work. Thanks and I'll get to the other episodes as soon as I can.