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'30 Rock' Movie Reference Supercut, Or 'Blurgh, I Just Lost 16 Minutes'

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Though we're still mourning the loss of our beautiful "30 Rock," we'll always have seven wonderful seasons of comedy to watch on Netflix any time we're sad. The buried jokes and refernces on "30 Rock" make a rewatching marathons and supercuts, like the one [url="http://www.film.com/shows/mashups/2013-03-04/mgid:uma:videolist:nextmovie.com:1704947/"]Film.com[/url] just put together, so enjoyable.

[url="""][img]http://mtv.mtvnimages.com/uri/mgid:uma:video:mtv.com:895939?width=512&height=320[/img][/url]For this supercut, Film.com grabbed every movie reference made during the seven seasons of "30 Rock," and if you know anything about the tale of Liz Lemon, you know there are a lot of them, 16 minutes of them, in fact.

Try not to watch every second of the hilarity, and then celebrate 16 minutes well spent with a perfectly executed Chewbacca sound.

[url=http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/04/04/30-rock-movie-reference-supercut/]View the full article[/url]

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