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NBC may be having second thoughts about saving money by turning over the 8 pm timeslot to cheap reality TV and game shows and the likes of Howie Mandel and Bob Saget. Starting November 30, they’re looking to recreate their less-tarnished past, turning Thursday nights into a two-hour primetime comedy block, as Scrubs returns and the struggling 30 Rock is added to follow My Name Is Earl and The Office
But the real news is between the lines.
There’s no mention of 20 Good Years (aka 30 Bad Minutes, poor Jeffrey Tambor), which gets bumped on November 22 and apparently is never coming back. That was one of those show that looked like a loser from the very first “very special” extended promos they ran in the summer. (They were running the first episode on airlines before the broadcast premiere, and people were trying to get out of the plane).