Jack McBrayer prepares for life post-'30 Rock'

FILE - In this Mon., Oct. 29, 2012 file photo, Jack McBrayer poses with characters Wreck-It Ralph, left, and Vanellope von Schweetz at the world premiere of "Wreck-It Ralph" at El Capitan Theatre, in Los Angeles. McBrayer voices the character Fix-It Felix in the film that opened on Nov. 2. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

November 5, 2012 8:52:09 AM PST
Jack McBrayer can see the end of "30 Rock" just up ahead.

The Emmy-nominated actor best known as Kenneth the Page from the Emmy-winning show says the mood is getting sad on set as the final days of filming near.

"Toward the end it's going to start getting emotional," he said, "and I'm going to start stealing stuff right and left."

Among the items he hopes to acquire? His blue NBC page uniform: "It's pretty much just formed to my own skin like body paint at this point."

A star of the weekend's top film "Wreck-It Ralph," McBrayer said he's eager to see what roles the future might hold.

"I know how good I got it right now, so on the one hand, I'm like if it ain't broke, don't fix it," he said. "But then you do always wonder, like, what if I would be the best serial killer in the world or something? So I'm open for anything. Like I said, old boy just wants to work."