Alec Baldwin, 'The Marriage Ref'

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP004494" title="NBC (tv network)" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/television-industry/nbc-%28tv-network%29-ORCRP004494.topic">NBC</a>'s "The Marriage Ref" came with a revolving door of judges, and some as big as Madonna. Yet it was "<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTTV00000004" title="30 Rock (tv program)" href="/topic/entertainment/television/30-rock-%28tv-program%29-ENTTV00000004.topic">30 Rock</a>'s" <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000320" title="Alec Baldwin" href="/topic/entertainment/alec-baldwin-PECLB000320.topic">Alec Baldwin</a> who had the best ability to cut right through the silliness of the arguments being judged. As Baldwin and Co. watched one couple fight over a stuffed dog -- he liked it and it creeped her out -- Baldwin reminded everyone that some fights, like some reality shows, are relatively pointless.<br>
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<b>Classic zinger:</b> "Women come and go, but a stuffed dog is forever."
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NBC's "The Marriage Ref" came with a revolving door of judges, and some as big as Madonna. Yet it was "30 Rock's" Alec Baldwin who had the best ability to cut right through the silliness of the arguments being judged. As Baldwin and Co. watched one couple fight over a stuffed dog -- he liked it and it creeped her out -- Baldwin reminded everyone that some fights, like some reality shows, are relatively pointless.

Classic zinger: "Women come and go, but a stuffed dog is forever."

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