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Old 12/2/09, 06:11 PM
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I would never knowingly miss it. Reminds me of being a 5 year old kid and believing in Santa Claus everytime it comes on TV.
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I really hope The Office doesn't jump the shark tonight.
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The Oscar's tonight & (I ain't looking for anyone political bs messaging, it's just kinda neat to see if they can act in the public eye .
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I really hope The Office doesn't jump the shark tonight.

Well? Did it?
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Originally Posted by 2k7gtcs View Post
Well? Did it?
Fortunately, no. Not an outstanding episode by any means though. I'm getting a little tired of The Jim & Pam Show, I guess. Seriously, enough already. They're even starting to LOOK like each other!

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Fortunately, no. Not an outstanding episode by any means though. I'm getting a little tired of The Jim & Pam Show, I guess. Seriously, enough already. They're even starting to LOOK like each other!

I know what you mean though. Somewhere along the way it seems to have become a show about Jim. Unless I'm missing something and it was always about Jim.
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Not this much.

I'm a little concerned about the whole Andy/Erin thing. This whole will-the-salesman-get-the-receptionist subplot seems very familiar for some reason.

As long as Creed and Stanley keep getting all the best lines, I'll be a happy man.
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Not this much.

I'm a little concerned about the whole Andy/Erin thing. This whole will-the-salesman-get-the-receptionist thing seems very familiar for some reason.

As long as Creed and Stanley keep getting all the best lines, I'll be a happy man.
Creed is the man. He is by far my favorite on the show. Great writing there. And of course Stanley too. But I was wondering if anyone else appreciated Creed's character like I do.
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Creed is my favorite too. He's like the Dale Gribble of The Office.
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Originally Posted by zzcoop View Post
Creed is my favorite too. He's like the Dale Gribble of The Office.


That's right.


We all know a guy like that. And he scares us. But he's still funnier than **** only he doesn't know it.
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aren't you guys forgetting about Kevin?
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aren't you guys forgetting about Kevin?
Kevin's cool too.


I especially liked when Michael's former girlfriend, the HR girl, can't remember her name, first showed up and they told her Kevin was special. That was a funny story line. Plus a guy who works in accounting that can't add for ****.

They all have their own merits. That's a sign of great casting and writing. It's much the same in all the successful sitcoms I've ever seen. Heck even Wings had good casting. Tony Shalhoub was funny as hell and so was 'Roy' and 'Lowell'. Some things just click. And sometimes they eventually get old or as Aaron feared, they finally jump the shark.

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That was a great episode.

"I am totally gonna bang Holly."
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Originally Posted by 2k7gtcs View Post
Kevin's cool too.


I especially liked when Michael's former girlfriend, the HR girl, can't remember her name, first showed up and they told her Kevin was special. That was a funny story line. Plus a guy who works in accounting that can't add for ****.

They all have their own merits. That's a sign of great casting and writing. It's much the same in all the successful sitcoms I've ever seen. Heck even Wings had good casting. Tony Shalhoub was funny as hell and so was 'Roy' and 'Lowell'. Some things just click. And sometimes they eventually get old or as Aaron feared, they finally jump the shark.
Thats true the cast of The Office is great. Have you guys seen this clip yet? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbph0xYwMbk
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I know I'm in the minority, but I even love the original British version. Ricky Gervais is brilliant.
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