The stand-up comedian said right-wing comedy was about more than blackface and mocking the disabled.
The Luther star said the shows should still be screened to show people 'what they're getting into'.
The creators of '30 Rock' have apologised for any pain caused by the show's use of blackface and asked for the episodes to be removed from circulation.
Gym owner Anton Danyluk wore face paint to look like A-Team character BA Baracus.
Another Mardi Gras has begun, and it’s not unlike one Malcolm Suber witnessed for the first time 40 years ago, when he had recently moved to the city of jazz. He stood waiting in similar crowds, feeling a similar energy: He had never before seen a Zulu Parade, which, according to locals, is a must for anyone who comes down to experience Mardi Gras. And as the Zulu Tramps, a subset of the club that leads the parade and is responsible for injecting life into the sleepy yet anxious crowds, come into view, Suber was perplexed: “I was really shocked when I saw Zulu because I had heard so much about Zulu. Then, grass skirts, nappy hair and, of course, the blackface. I said, ‘What is this supposed to represent?’” Suber, who is a co-founder of the activist coalition Take ’Em Down NOLA, was repulsed by the sight of Afro wigs and black greasepaint worn by the Zulu members. “... I was shocked. And the people who I had asked about it were not: ‘That's just Zulu being Zulu.’ … But being Zulu, in this case, means that you are mocking black people, and you are continuing a white supremacist campaign to denigrate black people.” But Zulu, an organization that many call the "heart of New Orleans," say they've been wrongfully taken out of context in an era where political correctness leads to swift judgment.
Virginia's embattled Democratic governor vowed in an interview on Monday not to resign over revelations that he wore blackface at a 1980s party.
A picture of three white students with the caption “Locked the black b**** out” was also previously shared on Snapchat. “I have been disappointed to learn that we have people in our university community who don’t know that the kind of behaviour and messaging demonstrated in these two photos is not OK, and that, in fact, it is inexcusable,” he said.