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Old 10-03-2007, 10:21 PM   #586
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Sounds good. Keep writing, if they're smart they'll pick it up.

That would be great. I think I gave you my e-mail before but just in case: forthewin827 @ yahoo.com
Awesome, saved it. I added some more Stephen A. lines because other people really dug it.

You can't have enough Stephen A.
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Really, considering the brevity of Season One, it wasn't that long that they dragged it out.
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Awesome, saved it. I added some more Stephen A. lines because other people really dug it.

You can't have enough Stephen A.
If your sponsors think there's too much Stephen A., get a buddy to come in dressed as Bruce Dickinson, have him read the script, and say, "I tell ya, fellas, it's great, but, I coulda used some more Stephen A."
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The Roy/Jim/Pam didn't bother me much at all, it was some of the mid-Season 3 Karen/Jim/Pam stuff that rubbed me the wrong way.

Ben Franklin and Back from Vacation are prime examples.

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If your sponsors think there's too much Stephen A., get a buddy to come in dressed as Bruce Dickinson, have him read the script, and say, "I tell ya, fellas, it's great, but, I coulda used some more Stephen A."
He'll be wearing gold-plated diapers.
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Ben Franklin, with the kitchen scene between Jim and Pam, discussing sleep, was the low point. Just as Dwight in the kid's bedroom during Cocktails was his point of exxageration, and Michael's was at Phyllis' Wedding.

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He'll be wearing gold-plated diapers.
He puts his pants on one leg at a time. But once his pants are on, he makes gold records.
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That was a big slump for the show. Ironically, Business School is one of my favorite episodes and it was in-between all of that mess.

I'm glad it got back into form after The Negotiation though.
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Yeah, I got worried that the trend would be like that middle, with one good one mixed in with sub-par episodes. The end of season three gave me an immense boost in confidence about the show. I don't think that last sentence was gramatically correct, but I don't care.
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It bumped the Season from a B- to a B+ for me.

Season 1 was a B while Season 2 was an A for those of you scoring at home.
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Ok, this season so far
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Too many storylines.
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Tonight's second episode was classic.
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Good Things
- I loved Creed.
- Michael driving into the lake. Holy shit.
- Toby.

Bad Things
- Dwight/Angela: it wasn't bad, it's just slow at this point.
- Jim/Pam: Continuing to be irritating, specifically Jim's cockiness.
- Ryan's new personality doesn't work. Michael was hilarious when he loved him, he got pissed at Ryan waaaaaaaay too early.
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I loved this episode! The GPS fiasco will go down as one of the most hilarious moments in Office history. I nearly cracked a rib laughing.

Black-haired Creed cracked me up as well.

On the other hand, Michael and Dwight returning to reclaim the gift basket was sooooo cringeworthy. Nearly had to turn off the TV for that scene.

Ryan and Kelly "deserve" each other. I can't believe Kelly lied about being pregnant! I will say that I'd rather Ryan didn't get that promotion all the way from lowly intern -- it's not credible. That'll probably bug me all season.

I think the show has handled Jim/Pam about perfectly so far. I'm still on a high seeing those two so happy together. The two most likable people on the show.
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after the disappointing season premiere, this episode reminded me of why i love this show so freakin much. During the Dwight, Angela and Garbage scene I erupted in laughter, and could not contain myself during the lake scene and everything in between. Classic!

Ryan is a douche, but the whole Anglea/Dwight, Pam/Jim storylines are more enjoyable than I expected. They managed to make the relationships believable yet quirky enough for comedy tv.

I particularly liked the "I guess Ryan can't get any girl he wants" part,

Looks like the show is on the right track.
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Kelly is cringeworthy. Honestly.

The whole Dwight and Angela thing was pretty good.

Pam and Jim are too cute - I loved it when, just before she left the breakroom, she came back to give him a little kiss

Creed is so wrong but yet so hilarious.
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