Just 10 "30 Rock" Jokes That Predicted The Future

    We knew they were funny, but apparently Tina Fey and company also had a crystal ball?

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    1. The rise of TikTok and downfall of Quibi (Season 1, Episode 18: "Fireworks")

    A man speaking and the caption text "He pioneered the concept of ten second internet sitcoms"

    2. Deepfakes and Rogue One (Season 2, Episode 1: "Seinfeld Vision")

    A black and yellow logo of the words Seinfeld Vision

    3. Incomprehensible God-related TV shows (Season 7, Episode 1: "The Beginning of the End")

    Two men looking at each other with the caption text "Let us pray"

    4. The idea (and failure) of a Janis Joplin biopic (Season 3, Episode 18: "Jackie Jormp-Jomp")

    A woman singing into a microphone with the caption text "We're all here at Woodstocks"

    5. Voice-activated TV (Season 5, Episode 13: "¡Qué Sorpresa!")

    A man in a suit with the caption text "Because your remote control was your own voice?"

    6. A pandemic and vaccine rationing (Season 3, Episode 8: "Flu Shot")

    A woman speaking with the caption text "But this flu shot rationing is baloney"

    7. The movie Harriet (Season 7, Episode 9: "Game Over")

    A woman in old timey clothes holding up a T-shirt, with the caption text "Also, I want to wear a t-shirt, promote my website"

    8. Shady political dynasties (Season 7, Episode 4: "Unwindulax")

    A man in a suit with the caption text "I'm Garrett Romney, Mitt's my dad"

    9. Donald Trump, sort of (Season 5, Episode 7: "Brooklyn Without Limits")

    A man in front of an American flag with the side text "I believe we are all being held in slavery by big government" and credits at the bottom.

    10. And clear dishwashers (Season 7, Episode 13: "Last Lunch")

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