What's on Tonight: 30 Rock Debuts

Here are the Patch TV tips for Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012.

30 Rock, 8 p.m., NBC
The first episode of the last season. I am going to savor every second of this like it is the most expensive glass if wine I have ever been served.

Person Of Interest, 9 p.m., CBS
I am liking the humanization of the machine – although it is a little weird, I have to admit. It’s like Finch invented his mother, almost. And I totally do not understand anything ‘Root’ says – can’t figure that out at all – but I love the laser focus of Reese on finding his ‘friend.’ Reese has a huge heart, and now that he has a dog, well, he is officially the perfect man.

Prank My Mom, 10:30 p.m., Lifetime
This is a sneak peek of a new “10 episodes of the series that will feature sons and daughters targeting their mothers with pranks including setting up a blind date from hell and more.” It is hosted by Vivica A. Fox. Tonight “A mother meets her daughter's new boyfriend; a mother must help her child retrieve a sex tape; a mother meets her daughter's new employers.” As a mother, I find none of this amusing.

Tim Sanchez October 04, 2012 at 01:46 PM
I’m going try and savor every episode of 30 Rock as well. It’s been a good run for Tina Fey and crew, but I’m glad they are back to tie-up loose ends like meeting Kenneth’s parents and whether Liz Lemon will live happily ever after. I work nights at DISH, so I turned on my Hopper’s Primetime Anytime feature, and will catch up with it later. Once enabled, my DVR automatically records three hours of the big four networks during primetime, so now I don’t need to set timers for my programs. I’m sad about it being the last season, but you what they about all good things!


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