Here we go ladies and gents, our beloved show is about to begin its final season. It’s been an amazing run for sure. I’m not so blind in my love for all things Dunder-Mifflin (Sabre, whatever!) to say that the last few seasons have been less than stellar. But somehow, all that doesn’t matter now. The end is near, and I am both nostalgic and excited for this finale season. I’m going to soak up all the Office-juice I can, while I can. I know you will too. – Donna
The Office, season 9, premieres tomorrow, Thursday, September 20th at 9pm EST on NBC. Promo for the premiere episode below.
The Office, Season 9, Episode 1, Sneak Peek Clip,”New Guys”.
Hello all! Sorry this recap is so late. I actually just finished watching the episode for the first time. And I have to say, I really liked it. There were a few parts that made me actually laugh out loud. Of course this episode dealt with um…mature-themes, and I’m not known for being very adult about such things. Which basically means I giggled my butt off at all the inappropriate times. Not a mature thing to do, I know, but if you’re anything like lil ol’ immature me, I bet you enjoyed this episode too. Read on »
It’s time for Dwight to show his stuff folks. The Sabre Store is opening today. Dwight is in charge. And if he does a good job, boss Nellie will make him the vice president! That’s a lot of pressure for our Dwight. Can he handle it? Well, read this recap and find out!
The episode begins with Dwight orchestrating the opening of the new Sabre store. He is really hoping to impress boss Nellie and become the company’s new vice-president. He has Ryan tying knots on hanging billboard strings because his “tiny fingers” can do it best. Also involved in creating the perfect opening-day atmosphere is Erin—oh excuse me…”Tabitha”. She is dressed as a “hipster”. She is in a pop-tent camping out in front of the store to generate buzz. And, it’s working! Well, not really. There are a few hobos camped out nearby though. Read on »
Sorry I am a bit late with this recap everyone, but I was on vacation with very limited internet connection (I know, I know…the horror!). Despite the lack of internet, my family and I had a good time. Today, I finally got a chance to see “Jury Duty”. The verdict on “Jury Duty”? I loved it! It was like a little extra treat after my fun weekend. Read on »
Mrs. California was, in a word…wonderful. I only seem surprised because the premise of this episode did not interest me in the least. But this episode turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Color this long-time fan happy. Read on »
Happy Halloween LITO-ites! I feel very lucky to be reviewing The Office Halloween episode. It’s one of my annual favorites. So fun to see the office crew all dressed up in their Halloween finery! Read on »
Welcome back to The Office, everyone! It’s hard to believe we’re in season 8 of our beloved show. Where has the time gone? Eight years ago, we were just being introduced to the Scranton gang. Now, we are awaiting the birth of two new Office babies!
The episode begins with some of the staff engaging in the pop culture phenomenon: planking. If you’re unfamiliar with planking, it’s basically people lying face-down flat in odd places. Personally, I don’t get the hoopla about it. But it’s clear that some people must love it, or else it wouldn’t be a fad, right? The staff is divided about it. Some people love it (Erin), and some people don’t (Dwight).
We are also finally told who got the manager position. It was Robert California! Read on »
Deangelo Vickers is in the house ladies and gentlemen! The new boss is making changes and ruffling feathers in this episode and it’s wreaking havoc on the staff at Sabre Scranton.
During the Michael Scott-era, we knew a few things would always just be. Things like: Pam can always be counted on, Kevin is the lovable but goofy one, Toby will always be tortured, etc…These are things that just were. Now? It’s all up for grabs. We see staff member struggle to hold onto their office status, and others do what they can to maneuver themselves into better positions. And it’s all based on one man’s opinion, new boss, Deangelo Vickers. Read on »