30 Rock: TV's Least Ethical Show

Sitcom racks up 11 ethical violations per episode
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 30, 2010 10:01 AM CST
30 Rock : TV's Least Ethical Show
This 2006 file photo, provided by NBC TV, shows the stars of the network's hit comedy series "30 Rock," from left, Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy, Tina Fey as Liz Lemon and Tracy Morgan as Tracy Jordan.   (AP Photo/NBC Universal, Mitchell Haaseth, File)

If the employees on 30 Rock were real, they’d be in serious trouble. The NBC show is the biggest offender when it comes to depicting ethical violations in the workplace, CNN reports. Incidents like Alec Baldwin’s character referring to a “chick lawyer” who’s “asking for it” helped the show to rack up an average of 11 violations per episode. Next up: Grey’s Anatomy with seven (one character shares medical info with someone not qualified to receive it), and House and CSI with six each, thanks to jokes about rectal exams, among other things.
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