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posted by jameswilson
4
This isn't a wordy article as much as it's just a little collection of pictures from the past seasons. I'm not going into my what I like and don't like about the changes Pam has gone through throughout the show (some I really like and some I don't so much), but it's cool to look back either way!
Things to note: her hair, makeup, clothes - plus the background and location of the interviews! It's fun to see the different set ups throughout the years!

My final three comments:
1) I hope you enjoy
2) Pam's the best
3) Comments/thoughts welcomed!
"Pilot" 1x01
"Pilot" 1x01
"The Dundies" 2x01
"The Dundies" 2x01
"Gay Witch Hunt" 3x01
"Gay Witch Hunt" 3x01
"Fun Run" 4x01
"Fun Run" 4x01
"Weight Loss" 5x01
"Weight Loss" 5x01
"Gossip" 6x01
"Gossip" 6x01
"Nepotism" 7x01
"Nepotism" 7x01
"The List" 8x01
"The List" 8x01
posted by Vixie79
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There’s Newfoundland and Labrador,
Saskatchewan, Ontario,
Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba,
New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Prince Edward Island’s very small,
but British Columbia tops them all!

[And that's where Vancouver is.]

But… before I finish up my story,
you should know the territories.

There are only three so I’ll be quick,
the Yukon, Northwest, and Nunavut.

If you want to have a ball,
there’s Saskatoon and Montreal.

And if you want to pack your sacks,
we’ll be going off the Halifax.

And if you’re looking for a wife,
be sure to visit Yellowknife.

NATURAL RESOURCES!

Perennial geraniums,
nickel–think uranium,
are filling up my cranium,
the exports that they boast.

Keep going? No? Ingrates.
I always considered myself a different kind of girl. Mostly because I always got treated differently, by my family, by my peers and even my teachers. When I was younger, I always felt like the outsider; the one no one would ever listen to or understand, always ignored, always picked last for a game, ridiculed in anything I said and did, with no one ever giving me a chance to show my full potential.

I was the odd one. I was a black sheep. I know a thing or two about how it feels to be the butt of a joke, being at the mercy of those people called “popular” and “normal”. Too bad all those...
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Dwight's Speech:     

BLOOD ALONE MOVES THE WHEELS OF HISTORY! [pause] Have you ever asked yourselves in an hour of meditation - which everyone finds during the day - how long we have been striving for greatness? [bangs fist] Not only the years we've been at war the war of work but from the moment as a child, when we realize the world could be conquered. It has been a lifetime struggle [bang's fists again] a never-ending fight, I say to you [bangs again] and you will understand that it is a privilege to fight. WE ARE WARRIORS! [applause] Salesmen of north-eastern Pennsylvania,...
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posted by Vixie79
16
Okay, the only reason I’m writing this is because the show, “The Office” needs to be defended a bit. Now, I don’t care if you don’t like the show anymore, that’s fine, go and tune into “Parks and Rec" and join their spot instead.” This article is for the ones that still stand by “The Office” 100%; fans that understand that a show must evolve, as well as the characters, so the show does not go stagnant. I personally think the show would be incredibly boring if ideas were not at least tried and for chances to be taken.

My personal story on how I discovered “The Office”...
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posted by powerhour
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Hello Office fans!

I just finished up making an Office: Power Hour video. What is a power hour you may ask? It's 60 shots of beer in an hour. For a video power hour such as this, there are 60 one minute clips from the Office seasons 1-6. After each clip, a screen is shown to remind you to drink the shot of beer. By the end, you should have drank between 5 to 7 beers depending how full you fill your shot glass. Pretty simple, eh?

So grab some friends, some beer, the video, and a shot glass for each person playing. Fill your shot glass with beer and prepare to play. Further directions are outlined at the beginning of the video.

Because the Office is copyrighted, I obviously can't just post this anywhere - which is why it's a torrent. If you don't know how to use bittorrent, google it. If you do, please proceed to my site to find the links to download. Don't forget to seed please!


www.happypowerhouring.com


From one fan to another, hope you enjoy.
Angela Kinsey is performing live with the Armando Thursday, June 10th at 8 pm! Tickets are just $20!

The Armando Show begins with one suggestion from the audience, which is then interpreted by that night's Armando (performed by The Office's Angela Kinsey) through a personal and truthful improvised monologue. Inspired by that monologue, a cast composed of veteran Chicago and Los Angeles alumni perform scenes which, in turn, inspire a response from Armando. This propels hilarious interchanges between Armando's monologues and the company's scenes.

Tickets are available by clicking here: link

This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

iO West Theater
6366 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
323.962.7560
posted by ThatDamnLlama
5
Top 20 Dwight Schrute Quotes:

1. When my mother was pregnant with me, they did an ultrasound and found she was having twins. When they did another ultrasound a few weeks later, they discovered that I had adsorbed the other fetus. Do I regret this? No, I believe his tissue has made me stronger. I now have the strength of a grown man and a little baby.
2. I am faster than 80% of all snakes.
3. I don’t care what Jim says, that is not Benjamin Franklin. I am 99% sure.
4. I don’t believe you, continue.
5. Reject a woman, and she will never let it go. One of the many defects of their kind. Also,...
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This was actually a good comeback from the last episode dealing with clips. It's almost as if they took some time to make a good come back, and it was an enjoyable 'The Office', with the bonus of development plots.

It's good that Jim and Pam are searching for the right daycare for their child, it shows proactive behavior on their part and it actually opens us up as an audience to embrace a new member to the cast of 'The Office'. How would that turn out though, can anyone think it up; my guess is constant visits from Michael and some kind of protective wear for the child. Definitely no 'bring...
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Looking back, some of these old clips on 'The Office', were probably a big refresher. It didn't help that I not too recently watched those very same clips, but it was good to view some of the Season One office people and how some matured, while others became more childish over the seasons. The funny thing is, there was a similar video on 'YouTube' which quoted their Ten Reasons To Watch The Office, so another reason could be that even if you missed a popular clip, you could watch it again on this reminiscent episode of 'The Banker'.

If I were to be realistic, I know of other series that have...
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posted by Milah
Dunder Mifflin Scranton is planning a going-away party for Toby before he leaves for Costa Rica. Michael is determined to make the party match the joy in his heart at Toby leaving, but when Angela balks at his unreasonable demands, such as an anti-gravity machine, Phyllis accepts the duty of planning the party. She does fantastically, ordering carnival rides to the parking lot and hiring Darryl's band, much to Angela's chagrin. Angela insists that Phyllis will never plan another office party again.

Michael's hatred of Toby seems to have been transferred to the new HR representative, Holly, and...
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posted by WorshipDwight
2
Two years ago, I wrote an article, “Confessions of an Addict,” sharing the pains and joys of my serious addiction to the Office. Since then, I’ve revisited the article several times for nostalgia’s sake, and many more times I’ve considered writing another chapter in my addiction story. What stopped me?

    For the longest time, I was worried that I had indeed found the reason for my failure to write another addiction article. I was certain I had lost faith. I was certain that my love for the Office had faded. I looked back at my “Confessions” article with...
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posted by TmoVie_obsessed
9
I watch many shows, and I've seen and understand that they change over seasons. Characters evolve, stories change... Some are handled very well, almost making recent seasons surpass the beginning. But there are those that lose something in these changes and I believe that The Office has long passed this point. And yes, I hate having to think of my shows ending, especially when they have the legacy that The Office has, but really, it's time.
Now when I was thinking of a time when it would've been perfect to close, it hit me. Season 3. I know it's long past this time, but imagine the season 3...
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Summary of The Office Seasons

This is a mockumentary that documents the exploits of a paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Made up of head chief Michael Scott, a harmlessly deluded and ignorantly insensitive boss who cares about the welfare of his employees while trying to put his own spin on company policy. With an office including the likes of various peers who have their own hangups, The Office (2005) takes a look at the lives of its co-workers: bored but talented salesman Jim, his mildly sociopathic, butt kissing enemy Dwight, mildly righteous receptionist Pam, and indifferent temp Ryan...

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posted by lexabuti
It wasn't really established whether or not the insurance agent was 'mafia' or not. He actually seemed like an insurance agent, because when it comes to Dwight, Michael and Andy, they usually can blow a simple solution out of proportion.

The one thing we as people learn over the years is that you don't mess with a newlywed couple on their honeymoon, no matter how dire the situation is. I am sure Jim and Pam were well aware that Michael would find a way to interrupt their time away, I think Jim dealt with it the best. Usually when you are trying to cut someone off you pretend as though you are...
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Finally it's the big one 'Jim and Pam's Wedding' and everyone from the office is invited. I am sure Jim and Pam could have easily told them a different venue and have their wedding elsewhere with only their family and true friends, dumping the drama down the drain. As much as Jim and Pam may resent working with some real downers, their wedding would not be the same without them. That and they would have creepy phone calls and unending chatter if they stood everyone up.

The one thing I loved about this two part episode is that we got to see both sides of the family relating to Jim and Pam. We...
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It takes two to tango, but all fall down when there are two bosses to any office. Jim and Michael both hold two completely different prospects into running the office, which caused them to crash dramatically especially when it came to making the tough decisions.

What I found most amusing was that I actually believed that Jim was trying to help and not completely take over. Although there were some times where Jim wished he were the only boss, it was only because he believed that his method would work to making the office a more efficient place.

Sadly he was most mistaken. Over the years, Michael...
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Running an office is just about as easy as trying to turn a straight corner; easy to figure out it's complete difficulty and that it's nearly impossible.


Michael still doesn't have the hand of things and this meeting between Jim and David pushes the unstable front and lack of control Michael displays. Jim believed that keeping Michael out of the loop was for his own benefit, but that also showed carelessness on Jim's part seeing as Michael has the attention span of a five year old and by keeping him out of the loop only meant that he would want to get closer to the root of things. The entire...
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posted by lexabuti
Moral of the story

Gossip must not be used to one's own advantage, people can get hurt.

Michael could have avoided all the drama had he just said the gossip was a moral lesson for the interns before they left, but that would have been too easy to get by, especially when it came to Michael.

So we have this episode starting off with the only two guys capable of following after Michael's clownish ways by prancing about the office like madmen. Are Dwight and Andy a similar version of Michael or do they have their own hidden agendas for acting so silly. How did Michael get by running this office.

I...
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Rainn Wilson plays a character of link in The NBC’s famous “link”. Shrute is a humorous oddball whose weirdness and awkward communications leave his colleagues confused and perplexed. It’s a general perception that if someone like Shrute starts working in an office, he would not be liked by his co-workers. Surprisingly, a new research results shows that if a group really wants to succeed it should include one or two characters like Shrute because then the group makes better decisions. These office oddballs or the “Socially Distinct Newcomers” help in taking out other members of...
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