But what really made ErLu happy is that a scene that was meant to take place in a crappy crime-infested hood DIDN'T get placed in the Bronx. Liz had to retrieve her phone with an "adult" picture from a cabbie. The nabe was dark, scary, and the lovable bumpkin, Kenneth the page, even gets his page jacket tagged immediately upon exiting the fictional X-train subway station.
Thank God the writers didn't just use the Bronx as a stereotypical fill in for a bad neighborhood. Not sure what the folks in Long Island City, Queens think about 30 Rocks's portrayal of their hood and borough, but we at BoogieDowner are just happy the show didn't take a jab at our beloved Bronx.