Tina Fey's "30 Rock" (Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC) is coming to an end and now's the time for answers.
In a new Ask Tina video on NBC.com below, Fey answers fan questions -- including ones from a "1989 Olympic gymnast" and the mash-up version of Katharine McPhee and Ryan Murphy -- about the end of the road for Liz Lemon and co. For example, how did Liz Lemon win that Emmy that's in her office?
"I've always sort of thought that it's a Daytime Emmy and that perhaps she got it for writing a really specific category, like Best Regional Promo for the show 'The Mommies' or something like that," Fey says. "[Or] for writing jokes for Joy Behar for 'The View' -- it's definitely a Daytime Emmy. It's a local, Daytime Emmy."
What's next for Fey? Another book? A new TV show as part of her new deal with Universal TV? While she pitched HuffPost TV a fictional one -- "Me and Amy Poehler. 'Cagney and Lacey' reboot, but in space" -- she says in the video that this is it for her.
"No, probably not," Fey says in response to whether she'd have another book or show. "This is it. You remember that lady Darva Conger? It's going to go like that. I'm going to do this, a little bit of 'Playboy' on the way down ... but it's been nice knowing ya."
"30 Rock" airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.