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" in Disney’s Song of the South is considered extremely racist) on a fake NBC comedy called Alfie & Abner. Hamm even wore blackface. I can’t wait to hear what the Internet has to say about this tomorrow. He also appeared as a chauvinistic 1960's news anchor who, along with Alec Baldwin, can’t believe the station accidentally hired a female reporter.
Other brief-but-awesome cameos:
— Donald Glover (Community) as a young Tracy Jordan.
— Jimmy Fallon as young Jack Donaghy.
— Will Forte dressed as an angel singing "Zou Bisou Bisou."
Unfortunately, the show is a little too epic, as evidenced by the ridiculous turn of events in the first episode alone — and that was just one character’s story. The show actually focuses on five or six different people trying to make it in Hollywood (I couldn’t keep track of them all). It’s just too much, and it looks like viewers agree. According to
, the L.A. Complex debut was the lowest-rated in-season broadcast drama series debut ever. As I said earlier, this show is not long for our televisions. But that doesn’t mean I won’t be YouTubing the rest of the season that already aired in Canada, mind you.