This was actually a good comeback from the last episode dealing with clips. It's almost as if they took some time to make a good come back, and it was an enjoyable 'The Office', with the bonus of development plots.
It's good that Jim and Pam are searching for the right daycare for their child, it shows proactive behavior on their part and it actually opens us up as an audience to embrace a new member to the cast of 'The Office'. How would that turn out though, can anyone think it up; my guess is constant visits from Michael and some kind of protective wear for the child. Definitely no 'bring...
It takes two to tango, but all fall down when there are two bosses to any office. Jim and Michael both hold two completely different prospects into running the office, which caused them to crash dramatically especially when it came to making the tough decisions.
What I found most amusing was that I actually believed that Jim was trying to help and not completely take over. Although there were some times where Jim wished he were the only boss, it was only because he believed that his method would work to making the office a mais efficient place.
Sadly he was most mistaken. Over the years, Michael...
Kevin Malone begins our hilarious episode with his “Kevins Famous Chili” as he walks into the building with his very big pot of homemade chili. With the elevators out of order, he is forced to walk the chili all the way to the office. Unfortunately, he doesn’t make it far before it spills onto the carpeted floor. So he looks around for something to scoop it up with and put back into the pot. Using 2 folders, he slops the now contaminated chili back into the pot, while falling directly into the spill; his suit is covered in chili.
Jim: Michael has asked Pam and me to jantar at least 9 times. And every time we’ve been able to get out of it. But I’ve got to give him credit, he got me. Because I’m starting to suspect that there was no assignment from corporate.
That was the first laugh for me. Poor Jim was caught off guard. Michael was very much Michael when he faked the call to corporate. I find it funny that Kevin and Creed seem to buy it without question. lol
This was a great come back episode though I am not sure that I was left wanting mais because it was so long since the last episode or because it was such a...
Summary: This is a diary entry written from the point-of-view of one of the cameramen. Despite the fact that he is always in the offices of Dunder Mifflin Scranton, we never get to hear from him...until now. This entry is dated the dia of Michael and Jan's jantar party. There are no pictures because I wanted to preserve the feeling that you are leitura a diary. Plus, I'm lazy.
DIARY ENTRY FOR APRIL 10, 2008: It’s about 11:30 at night and Joe and I are parked outside Schrute Farms, watching as Dwight and Michael go into the farmhouse. Dwight’s cousin, Mose, is peeking out of the celeiro at us....
Schrute. A name that produces very thirsty babies.
Fact: These names together make an american hero.
Work Life: For a man as young as he is, Dwight has accomplished mais in life than many co-workers his age. First off, Dwight makes it known that he is the topo, início salesman in the company. this didn't come easy, it took a lot of persistence and hard work. and with hard work comes rewards. Dwight may be a salesman, but he is also assistant regional manager. (He was assistant to the regional manager, but was promoted when he was...
When NBC announced that it would devote an entire week to promoting saving the environment and “going green,” my first thought was how The Office could cleverly incorporate that message into an episode. The synopsis of ‘Survivor Man’ was promising…Michael goes into the wilderness to see if he can survive on his own. That right there gives you plenty of great opportunities to discuss the environment and how we need to save the planet. And while 'Survivor Man' may not have been the best episode of the series, it did manage to do the impossible: it promoted the environment and “going...
Branch Wars was such a fun episode that I find myself having to write about it!
Whats not to like?
There is a finner things club happening in the break room and staff poaching! Not enough? Ok, bring on a sabotage attempt for Utica por Curly (Jim) Larry ( Michael) and Moe ( Dwight). Oh and the return of Karen.!
Between the constant giggles I did feel a little for Jim having to face Karen. Like most people after a nasty break up its always a goal to avoid your ex like the plague.
Jim: I can't believe you guys. I'm not going to go further piss off my ex-girlfriend.
Every Thursday most of you Fanpoppers watch The Office. Most of you get so excited over them. But what if you turned the TV on Thursday and you already knew what was going to happen. You already knew the geléia, geleia plot, the main plot, the conclusion, etc. There isn't much point in whatching it right? You get to see the jokes cracked,which is a pretty good reason. But really? You already know what happens! Well really, I hate spoilers!!! Every Thursday I like a surprise, a plot that will get me each time. I don't want to know what happens until I see it for myself. When I watch "The Office" I want...
Well it looks like Ryan's dream of a paperless paper company has come true!
I received an email today inviting me to apply for a position at Dunder Mifflin Infinity!
So I did it - giggles!
I applied for Regional Manager of MO - Independence Branch of Dunder Mifflin.
I now need employees - ANY takers?
Here are a few details:
Dunder Mifflin Paper Company is entering the online marketplace and growing quickly across the United States and Canada. We’re looking for highly motivated self-starters to cadastrar-se our Dunder Mifflin Infinity program. You’re in full control of your Dunder Mifflin destiny: you...