"30 Rock" (Season 7 premieres on Thurs., Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. ET) is coming to an end, but the stars still don't know where their characters will end up.
Jane Krakowski has played Jenna Maroney, the star of NBC's fiction sketch comedy show "TGS with Tracy Jordan" for seven years, and she's not worried about what's in store for her character.
"Oh my gosh, through this entire process I have always just trusted the genius of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock," Krakowski said on the red carpet of the "30 Rock" Season 7 premiere party. "Wherever they take me, I know it's the right place for Jenna to go. They've been a little bit secretive about where we're all going to end up. They've let us now a little bit, but not sort of the big ending. I am curious myself of where we're all going to end up."
Season 7 of "30 Rock" opens up with Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) in charge of Jenna's bachelorette party. Could "30 Rock" end in classic sitcom fashion with a big wedding?
"I think we're heading towards that way, but I don't know how that will actually culminate. It could be, but I might be the groom," Krakowski said with a laugh. "They tend to have me crossdress quite a bit. I'm sure Will Forte's going to fight me for that wedding dress."
The writers may be keeping the ending secret, but that hasn't stopped the stars from fantasizing about what's in store. Tina Fey told The Huffington Post she hasn't written "30 Rock's" final lines yet, but what If Tracy Morgan was writing the final lines? He said they'd be, "Baby, you're the greatest." If John Lutz was scripting them, he said they'd be, "Well, we did that."
Not everybody was looking to the ending. Grizz Chapman who plays Grizz, a member of Tracy Jordan's entourage, said he really wanted his character to get together -- officially -- with Liz Lemon.
"'Cause I really wanted to be one of her boyfriends and I always got pushed to the side for Jon Hamm or [Dean Winters], I never got my opportunity with her," he said. "It's like she played with my emotions and she just pushed them away."
Click through the slideshow below to see what the cast said they want to steal from set and what they'll miss the most about "30 Rock."
What are you going to miss the most? Everything and everybody. What prop do you have your eye on? Just my "TJ" chain.
Has there been a prop you've had your eye on? I will say one of my favorite moments -- and I kind of wish we sold this at the NBC store -- was when Jenna took a microphone out of her purse. I always thought we should have sold that, like a purse with an actual microphone in it.
Do you have a prop you've had your eye on? Yes. I want to steal the big, giant "TGS" sign in Liz's office, although I don't know where I think I'm going to put it. There's a lot of little things on my desk. I feel so comfortable in that fake office. Also a lot of the pictures on the wall, including a framed Bust magazine of Amy Poehler, are really my things that I'll have to take with me.
Have you had your eye on anything to take from set? I just saw this yesterday. In Season 2, I think, there was a Followship Award that Alec gave to Tina and I just saw that. I don't think anybody knows it's there. Well, now everyone will know it's there, but I'm not going to tell you where I saw it. What are you going to miss the most? I really love hanging out with these people and I really love just sitting in the dressing room across from Tracy and listening to him yell about Michael Jackson. Being around them and just listening to their crazy stories has been the highlight of my career.
Kevin Brown What will you miss the most? This is a bittersweet thing I'll miss. I have been battling my weight for years. As a matter of fact, since I've been on "30 Rock," my weight would fluctuate. Season to season, I could go a 30 pound swing. But I don't tell wardrobe my inches have changed because if I lose 30 pounds, I don't tell them because I know I'm going to gain the 30 pounds back as soon as we come back to the set because craft services. I'm going to miss craft services. If anybody out there doesn't know what craft services is: there's a caterer whose job is to fill a long banquet table with food, snacks and goodies all day long. An endless supply. It's the most awful, horrible, beautiful thing I've ever seen in my life and I'm going to miss that craft services. I get a chance to at least drop 20 pounds when I'm not on the show, but I love it so much. Grizz Chapman Is there a prop you have your eye on? Yes, I have my eye on a pair of Michael Jordan sneakers that are in Tracy Jordan's dressing room. I want those sneakers badly, hint, hint Kevin from props. What are you going to miss the most? I think they thing I'm going to miss the most is getting the opportunity to bring Tina Fey's vision to life because her and the writers as a whole, they write some really good stuff and I'm really going to miss bringing those things to life.
What are you going to miss the most? Just the family environment of it all. I started on the show when I was 17, so I've really grown up with everyone. I've learned everything about acting and comedy from them. I got the best training I could have ever gotten. That's the biggest thing I'll miss. Do you have an eye on any props? Everyone's been asking that and I haven't thought about it until tonight, actually. I think things from Cerie's desk, but there has to be something better than that. Wardrobe? I don't know. My wardrobe isn't very exciting, so I don't know if I want that. I had some really crazy things in the beginning, yeah. I'll just take all the knee socks and bring them home.
What do you want to steal from set? Galloway: There are so many toys in the writer's room. I don't know if people can see them, but our set designer and set dressing -- what they've put out on that table ... There's a dinosaur whose head wiggles around a lot and between takes we'll just shake the dinosaur. There's a Koosh ball that smells weird. I'm not going to take that. There's a bunch of robots, there was this great little remote control toy the other day. There's always something new. Lutz: We're going to have so much garbage. I actually was on a computer, a prop computer, that had all the pictures -- continuity shots. So, I downloaded a bunch of random photographs of people not knowing they're getting their picture taken. It was really cool to go through those for the last seven years. Galloway: You should steal that computer! What do you think you're going to miss the most? Lutz: I think I'm going to miss hanging out with Jack McBrayer and Scott Adsit -- Galloway: Because they don't want to see us outside. Lutz: They don't want to hang out with us outside and I've been trying to get us to go out to dinner and they never want to. Galloway: It is going to be sad to not see everybody all the time. You get used to seeing people.
What are you going to miss the most about "30 Rock"? Oh, you know, working with everyone. They're really talented people and I include the writers on that and I include the crew. A lot of the crew, they're really good, those guys. They're like real filmmakers. I'm talking the art department to props to camera guys to sound. Those guys are all cool. Next project I'm working on is making my own standup documentary and I'm actually going to try and get some of the crew on this to help me on that. I started standup in 1989 -- I've done a lot of acting too, but standup's my main thing -- Tina, Robert Carlock, Jack McBrayer and some of the writers, they come from a different spectrum on the comedy background, more of like sketch, improv and writing, so it's been cool to get to know them, work with them and all that. That's been the coolest part. That's what I'll miss the most. Do you have your eye on any prop? No. Well, you know, I've got to get some Frank Rossitano stuff.
The seventh and final season of "30 Rock" premieres Thursday, October 4 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.