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Old 04-18-2008, 01:02 PM   #961
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NBC ordered a fifth season consisting of 28 half-hour segments on April 10, 2008. NBC also announced that Greg Daniels and the producers will be creating a spin-off series to air after NBC Super Bowl coverage in early 2009. NBC said the spin-off will take audiences on "another comic journey, complete with new faces and new locations, but with the same unique sense of humor and brand of quality from Daniels and his creative team. It's the next chapter of what viewers have come to know and love about 'The Office'".
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Old 04-18-2008, 01:50 PM   #964
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If they do a spin-off, maybe they could bring Rashida Jones back. She's much too good to be involved in that horrible "Unhitched" on Fox.
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The five families...
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OMG! Seasons 2 and 3 are on sale on amazon for only $19.99 each!

And I got my tax refund today.


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2+2=5


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If they do a spin-off, maybe they could bring Rashida Jones back. She's much too good to be involved in that horrible "Unhitched" on Fox.
So true. I really liked her as Karen but she's totally wasted on that shit "Unhitched." She deserves better.
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I bet she breaks Jim's heart and says NO whenever he asks.

OR

The final episode will be Jim and Pam's wedding, with Michael doing all he can to "make his mark" (ie ruin).

it was a total suprise pam and jim moment, i was like OMG jumping around , like "casino night"

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I bet she breaks Jim's heart and says NO whenever he asks.

OR

The final episode will be Jim and Pam's wedding, with Michael doing all he can to "make his mark" (ie ruin).
I can't see it being either. In the first case, the writers have already gotten Jim and Pam through the obstacles they've set up for them over the course of the series. In the second, they've already written that episode with Michael interfering in Phyllis' wedding.

I could be wrong (*really* hope that I'm not, though) but I think the writers and, in general, the viewing audience of this show are too intelligent for the writers to throw either of these very stereotypical curve balls into the mix.

Don't prove me wrong by showing that I'm overestimating you, writers.
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I just caught up on last week's episode, and this is all I have to say:

God, Michael is such an asshole.
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I can't see it being either. In the first case, the writers have already gotten Jim and Pam through the obstacles they've set up for them over the course of the series. In the second, they've already written that episode with Michael interfering in Phyllis' wedding.

I could be wrong (*really* hope that I'm not, though) but I think the writers and, in general, the viewing audience of this show are too intelligent for the writers to throw either of these very stereotypical curve balls into the mix.

Don't prove me wrong by showing that I'm overestimating you, writers.
What would happen if they just let them marry each other and have life go on as usual? The basic "unrequited love" dynamic has been finished, so going back to that or a similar situation would be terrible. As long as the quality of the show remains consistent, it's all fine.

I've been watching Season 3 all day, and it's right before the worst 3-episode dip the show's ever had: Back from Vacation, Ben Franklin, and Phyllis' Wedding. If not for some nuggets of comedy in there, I'd skip watching them altogether.
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That was a pretty sad little trio of eps there.

I can't wait for the rest of this season. I've missed this show.
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Ben Franklin was great.
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Yeah, I thought Ben Franklin was a hilarious episode.
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What would happen if they just let them marry each other and have life go on as usual? The basic "unrequited love" dynamic has been finished, so going back to that or a similar situation would be terrible. As long as the quality of the show remains consistent, it's all fine.

I've been watching Season 3 all day, and it's right before the worst 3-episode dip the show's ever had: Back from Vacation, Ben Franklin, and Phyllis' Wedding. If not for some nuggets of comedy in there, I'd skip watching them altogether.
Agreed on both.

The one constant of Season Three was the cold opens, which I'd argue were better than Season Two as a whole.
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