"30 Rock" is going live again on Thurs., April 26, and if things look a little different, there's a reason. For the live episodes -- one for the East Coast and one for the West Coast -- "30 Rock" will move from the traditional Long Island City studio to 30 Rockefeller Plaza's iconic Studio 8H, home of "Saturday Night Live."
The plot of the episode centers on Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) educating the cast and crew of the fictional "TGS With Tracy Jordan" about their home, Studio 6H.
"This is live television, you're walking a tight rope with no net ... juggling," Tracy Morgan told NBCUniversal Direct in the video above. "So we're going to have fun with it and we love doing this."
With the future of "30 Rock" up in the air, many -- including its stars -- have speculated that it will end after next season, Season 7. But that hasn't stopped Tina Fey from thinking about her character's future.
"In 10 years ... hopefully Liz Lemon will be a mother to someone or something," Fey said. "In the next few years, I see her living in London, teaching improv to overprivileged children."
Read the official plot description of "Live From Studio 6H" below.
When their Kabletown bosses announce they will no longer pay for 'TGS' to be a live show, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) and Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) realize their lives will actually be easier if they shoot canned episodes fast and cheap. Only Kenneth the Page (Jack McBrayer) objects, urging that nothing can replace the communal experience of live television. He tries to convince the 'TGS' staff to fight for their right to be live by taking them and our audience through a magical look back at the illustrious history of Studio 6H.
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