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(Onion AV Club)   Jack McBrayer thinks he'd be the "well-adjusted" member of The Royal Tenenbaums but we all know he's really an undead, slack-jawed serial murdererer from Stone Mountain, Jawjah   (avclub.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Jack McBrayer, A Little Bit, 30 Rock, Fred Rogers, Human ray of sunshine Jack McBrayer, courtesy of OK Go, new series, Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood  
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680 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 11 Nov 2021 at 12:50 PM (33 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-11-11 1:00:38 PM  
3 votes:
I always feel like I can't separate him from his 30 Rock character and feel a little bad. Then he says things like 'He's a dear, dear friend from the Chicago comedy scene. We performed together for years and years and years.' and I don't feel so bad anymore.
 
2021-11-11 3:49:07 PM  
2 votes:

Earthworm Jim Jones: rudemix: I always feel like I can't separate him from his 30 Rock character and feel a little bad. Then he says things like 'He's a dear, dear friend from the Chicago comedy scene. We performed together for years and years and years.' and I don't feel so bad anymore.

Weird.  In my mind he's a giant pimp off screen, and spends most of his time slaying groupies left and right.


This. Guy. Farks!
 
2021-11-11 5:54:20 PM  
2 votes:

rudemix: I always feel like I can't separate him from his 30 Rock character and feel a little bad.


CSB:

About 10 years ago, I was working at an upscale restaurant in Boston. It was Sunday brunch service and I had closed the restaurant the night before, so I was exhausted and bleary-eyed. From across the dining room, I noticed that I had a new table sit and one of the guests looked just like Kenneth from 30 Rock. I kept thinking, "no, you're tired as hell, it's definitely not him" as I offered menus and poured water.

The guy in question looked up at me and asked, "Do ya'll have any light beer?" in pure Georgia twang, and I was dumbfounded. It *IS* him and he really talks like that, holy shiat!

He couldn't have been more kind and easygoing, and I didn't even know his real name until I saw the elegant cursive signature on the credit card receipt (generous 30-40% tip IIRC). I Googled him after my shift and learned that he himself had been a server during his early years as an actor.

So, he really is just like the character. Don't feel bad.
 
2021-11-11 1:15:12 PM  
1 vote:
He's immortal.


(30 Rock joke...)
 
2021-11-11 1:37:16 PM  
1 vote:

rudemix: I always feel like I can't separate him from his 30 Rock character and feel a little bad. Then he says things like 'He's a dear, dear friend from the Chicago comedy scene. We performed together for years and years and years.' and I don't feel so bad anymore.


Weird.  In my mind he's a giant pimp off screen, and spends most of his time slaying groupies left and right.
 
2021-11-11 1:48:47 PM  
1 vote:
i blame the Royal Tenenbaums for letting Hollywood know audiences would sit through two hours of rich people being stupid
 
2021-11-12 6:23:53 AM  
1 vote:
There are worse things than spending your career being a likeable doofus.
 
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