Jane Krakowski, is obviously having a hard time, as we all are, saying goodbye to one television's greatest comedies in recent memory. Tina Fey's hilarious, semi-autobiographical masterpiece,"30 Rock," ends Thursday night, so we can understand why Krakowski, who plays the needy, spotlight-stealing Jenna Maroney, might have sought comfort in two fellow "Today" show guests this morning.
While filming a live teaser with Dr. Oz and actor Jason Bateman on Thursday's "Today" show, Krakowski leaned over and kissed Dr. Oz, before turning around for an awkward-looking open-faced makeout session with Bateman.
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