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Old 05-11-2006, 10:12 PM   #91
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OMG! I just about died at the end! I can't wait until September.


*big sigh* I love you, Jim!
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I actually remembered it was on tonight.

I really should make it appointment viewing next season.
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Old 05-12-2006, 01:33 AM   #93
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Wow. That was amazing. Incredibly satisfying finale.

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it was funny, and the ending was just...
Oh maaan, was it ever

And Creed! I love how he developed from a background office nobody into a major part of the ensemble cast this season. His kleptomania was hilarious.

Can't wait for the DVD
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Old 05-12-2006, 01:49 AM   #94
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I was out at dinner tonight
will have to wait till manana to see it on tivo
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You're in for a treat, elevation2u.

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You're in for a treat, elevation2u.

Yes you are. I missed in on tv, but I downloaded a torrent and just watched it. September feels so far off, but the entire season was amazing. Fantastic way to end it.
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Yes you are. I missed in on tv, but I downloaded a torrent and just watched it. September feels so far off, but the entire season was amazing. Fantastic way to end it.
Yeah, I downloaded it too and am on my third viewing . At least we've got that webisode thing coming up to make the wait less painful, though. I think I read somewhere that the shorts are only going to be about 5 minutes long, but at least it's something.
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Yeah, I downloaded it too and am on my third viewing .
I've watched the last five minutes about five times
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I was really amazed at the finale, and how realistic their conversation was. It really was a very satisfying finale and so touching.
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Between One-Trick Chris getting the boot on AI and last night's season of "The Office", I'm completely, "What's my name again? Where am I?"

"Casino Night" got to me emotionally, mentally, and physically. I was completely spent after it ended. The scene in the parking lot when Jim told Pam that he did not love her but instead was "in love with her" hit me in the gut. There is a world of difference between saying you love someone and saying you're in love with him. And I caught the tears beginning to well up in John Krasinski's eyes. And the look on Pam's face when he told her. How did Jenna Fischer make her face go several shades paler? Great acting by Jenna and John and I hope they are remembered when it comes to Emmy nominations time.

And this KISS-it was romantic, chaste, and hesitant and one of the hottest kisses I have ever witnessed on TV. If they would have pulled each other's clothes off and went at it on the desk, it would have been so cliched and sitcommy. The tentativeness and chasteness made it much more real and heartbreaking. I sobbed.
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Dwight is the worst wingman ever and him trying to move his bobblehead

What's the charity?...Aids

That's good stuff.
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I missed the first few minutes. Do both those women actually like Michael? Did the blonde woman know they were on a "date"?
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Old 05-12-2006, 03:16 PM   #103
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have your guys heard about the NBC Office webi-sodes?

they're going to put minor office characters, like Phyllis and Creed and Oscar, in little short films on the NBC site for the summer.
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Last night was an amazing episode. I really love how amidst a lot of silly stuff, this show never forgets about reality, and that ending was damn near perfect. No over the top melodrama, no silliness - just reality. Unmasked and uncomfortable, but beautiful.
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"We don't really do weddings. In fact, we rarely ever play in public places. We're really hoping Pam's wedding works out: this could be a major turning point for the band."
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