I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving! I know I did, and I’m still feeling the effects from all the food. If your Thankgiving felt kind of “incomplete” that’s probably because there was no new Office episode. So I Have a few things to help fill this gap in your life.
First of all, NBC.com has posted a new Webisode in “Oscar’s Outburst” series.
Furthermore, I have two Promos for your viewing pleasure for the next new Office episode “The Surplus” which will air December 2.
Hey guys! Thanks for your patience. I was away and only just recently got a chance to see last week’s episode, “Frame Toby”. I have to say, I loved it! Alright, there were a few bits that annoyed me, but more on that later in the recap.
The show begins with the staff in the breakroom happily noshing on brownies. The camera cuts to Kevin, who is stuffing brownies in his mouth at an alarming speed. Of course, Angela can’t just let that slip by without an rude comment. She tells him, “you’re eating those so fast, are they even touching your tongue?”. Mouth full, Kevin sheepishly mumbles, “yes”, as crumbs spew from his lips. Read on »
The show opens with Jim happily whistling as he goes about his work day. Seems Pam is due home in 6.5 days. His fellow employees are also aware of this. Everyone is congratulating him and marking the days till his true love comes home right along with him. Which Jim finds sweet, and also “intrusive and weird”. I personally thought it was adorable. It shows how well the staff interacts with each other after working together for so long. Just like a family. Oh geez, now I sound like Michael Scott! Read on »
I’ve always had a thing for bad boys and they’ve always had a thing for me. There’s something about a man with a Raiders jacket and an illegal firearm that gets me. I’ve always been this way. When I was a girl I had a crush on the guys in the Symbionese Liberation Army. When I was in high school I dated all the local carnies with police records. I can’t tell you how many stolen cars I’ve seen the back seat of over the years. Dangerous, that’s the way I like ‘em. So it’s no wonder that I’ve found love among the prison system.
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that everybody’s favorite white-collar criminal is taking a leave of absence from the show (as both a writer and actor) to appear in Quintin Tarantino’s latest movie Inglourious Basterds.
Specific details about the length of the leave are sketchy. Even whether or not he will even return. To read the full story in EW’s The Ausiello Files, go here…