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Oct. 4: Tina Fey (in Smythe) celebrates season premiere of 30 Rock with EW in New York
''I have so many feelings. I feel like excited that it's ending but also waves of emotion and nostalgia come up all the time, so it's like a crazy mixed bag.''
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Jack McBrayer in Theory and Jane Krakowski in Mary Katranzou
''I was telling somebody it's like senior year of high school where you're with the same people for years and you're like, 'Oh whatever. I already got into my college. I know what's going on.' But then at the end of the year, you're going to be tore up, y'all. It's going to be hard saying goodbye to these people that you've seen for seven years and that's the only place you see them. I think it's very powerful to know when the end is.'' —McBrayer
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Jane Krakowski in Mary Katranzou
''I feel like we are on a reality show and we've officially been voted off the NBC island. It is going to be very bittersweet because I think we are all very aware that this is as good as it gets. This is as good as it gets and then we're going to go on to the next job. There's not going to be a better job after this.''
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Tracy Morgan and Megan Wollover
''I look forward to the Thanksgiving 30 Rock marathon.''
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Katrina Bowden in an Alice & Trixie top and Alice & Olivia skirt
''I started when I was 17 on the show, so I've kind of grown up and learned everything from the whole cast. It's like a family, and I'm definitely going to miss that.''
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Judah Friedlander and Kevin Brown
''[I'll miss] working with a bunch of really talented people. Tina and the writers...they came from a sketch improv background which is different than mine so it was really nice getting to know them and how they work.'' —Friedlander
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Kevin Brown and Grizz Chapman
''I think all the true fans of 30 Rock will be happy with the last season.'' —Chapman
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''I hope that people years from now after they've heard [a 30 Rock] joke eight million times, look at it and appreciate how innovative it was at the time. People look back at Mary Tyler Moore and see that nobody's ever done that before, and I hope that people do that with our show.''
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Sue Galloway and John Lutz in Banana Republic
''I feel excited that we know it's our last season so we can do whatever we want to end it, but it is kind of sad too.'' —Lutz