WEST COAST VERSION: Live Broadcast -- Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) takes drastic measures to prove why TGS should stay a live show.
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Former Beatles Band member Paul McCartney guest star See more
When Liz tries to say "Hazel and Jenna" she flubs and says "Henna and Jazel" before correcting herself.
Forgivable as this was a live broadcast with no way to edit around it. See more
NBC had the first two black characters on TV... sort of. For "Alfie & Abner," NBC hired one African-American and one Caucasian because they thought two black people on the same show would make the audience nervous; a rule NBC still uses today!
[Scene changes to a black & white 1950s TV show, Alfie & Abner. Tracy Morgan enters dressed in fine clothes as Alfie
Abner, I'm home from work! Where are you, my brother?
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In the "The Gruber Brother and Nipsy segment for the east coast, their opening joke is "What do you get when you cross a hippy with a chicken? LBJ likes them both fried." For the west coast, the joke is "What do you get when you cross a lady driver with a Viet Cong? A hundred thousand senseless dents." The catchphrase of the "show" also changes from "Lay it on me!" to "Do it to me" and the role for Alec Baldwin changes from Richard Nixon to Charles Nelson Reilly. See more