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Old 10-05-2007, 11:17 PM   #646
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And they sang "Closer to Fine" together as well.

I just realized that after Kevin criticized Andy for calling Ryan "Fire Guy" without knowing its meaning, he ended up calling Jim "Tuna" without knowing its meaning either.

Kevin and Andy together is so good. Like they don't even know how good it is, but they do.
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One of the greatest scenes of the BBC version is after David Brent gets fired and he makes the video. Of course, they don't portray Michael as a fame seeking "renaissance man" like David Brent, but goddamn that was funny.
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One of the greatest scenes of the BBC version is after David Brent gets fired and he makes the video. Of course, they don't portray Michael as a fame seeking "renaissance man" like David Brent, but goddamn that was funny.
It was fucking classic.
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Am I the only one that finds Kelly funny?
No, I love that character. Mindy Kaling plays bitchy-whiny-cute-neurotic to a tee, and she's funny in real life, on the dvd commentaries, too. Her quick shake of the head in last night's episode was priceless, and had me rolling!
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The season opener was great. Classic Office, with amazingly funny jokes everywhere. The pointlessness of the Jim/Pam romance had also not shown up yet. Best line:

Dwight: "Really dead. Like a dead cat."

The second episode...mmm...not so great. The "Michael/Dwight give out a giftbasket followed by some throwaway cutscene based around Jim and Pam" formula got pretty repetitive, and I found Ryan more annoying than entertaining. Obviously, there some very funny moments, but the plot was too deranged for words. Best line:

Michael: "WHERE ARE THE TURTLES?!"

Good season so far, though.
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While normally I don't think the Kelly character brings anything, her belief that faking pregnancy to have dinner with him means "We have a date!" cracked me up.

Creed is unbelievable. His character has never let me down at any point.
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Never really watched it before, but this season I'm starting to watch it and I really like it!

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Mindy Kaling plays bitchy-whiny-cute-neurotic to a tee, and she's funny in real life, on the dvd commentaries, too.
I just caught the coolest thing on TLC, a show called Take Home Handyman, starring Andrew Dan-Jumbo (formerly in While You Were Out, for any home renovation show junkies out there), and the house he remodeled on this episode was Angela Kinsey's! During the four days they worked and filmed, it was mainly Angela and her mom who worked along with him, but several other cast members dropped in to work along with them, including Jan/Melora Hardin, Oscar/Oscar Nunez, Kelly/Mindy Kaling, Meredith/Kate Flannery and Toby/Paul Lieberstein, along with Angela's real life husband, who is actually Paul Lieberstein's brother.

Angela and her mom seem so sweet and down to earth! Her house is nice, but fairly modest, not exactly one you'd expect an actress to live in, at all. Of the co-stars who appeared, Mindy got the most air time. She showed up in sweats, no make-up, very ordinary and every day looking, but lord, she was hilarious! They had her working with Andrew, tiling the bathroom, and it was a constant flow of flirting with Andrew, innuendo and one-liners from her! I adore her.

Oscar was there only briefly before he had to go. He'd been helping them put up a fence, and said he had to leave to go to a barn raising at Rainn Wilson's place.
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there was a little picture of that in a recent People magazine VP Missed the TV show though.

Finally got to watch the whole hour episode from Thursday. Make a u-turn if possible And yeah, Kelly bugs me too. Well, so does Michael's stupidity, but I love Carell...
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jim and pam squeeeeeel !!!!!!!!!!!!! but its all goimng to go horribly wrong

loved the drive into the lake, though the whole thing, ryan scruff
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