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09/24/2007 01:29:30 PM · #1
First episode of the season airs on the 27th. and the first 4 episodes are 1 hour long each!
I'm psyched
09/24/2007 01:32:05 PM · #2
I love the Office! I have seen every episode including the BBC original series! Ricky Gervais Rules! Yup I can't wait!

:-D

ETA: Steve Carell rules too! :-P

Message edited by author 2007-09-24 13:34:14.
09/24/2007 01:39:41 PM · #3
=D MythTV is primed and ready - The Office will take precedence over everything except maybe live coverage of a comet smashing into the earth.
09/24/2007 01:44:20 PM · #4
Best line from last season, Michael is welcoming the new emplyees and sees Karen for the first time,

"Wow, you're exotic looking. Was your dad a GI?"

Can't wait for the new season.
09/24/2007 01:44:57 PM · #5
Originally posted by Fetor:

First episode of the season airs on the 27th. and the first 4 episodes are 1 hour long each!
I'm psyched


Well knowing NBC, the episodes would probably normally be 37 minutes each with a ALOT of commercial filler.
09/24/2007 01:48:48 PM · #6
Originally posted by HawkeyeLonewolf:

Originally posted by Fetor:

First episode of the season airs on the 27th. and the first 4 episodes are 1 hour long each!
I'm psyched


Well knowing NBC, the episodes would probably normally be 37 minutes each with a ALOT of commercial filler.


DVR, baby, DVR
09/24/2007 01:52:06 PM · #7
Originally posted by scarbrd:

Originally posted by HawkeyeLonewolf:

Originally posted by Fetor:

First episode of the season airs on the 27th. and the first 4 episodes are 1 hour long each!
I'm psyched


Well knowing NBC, the episodes would probably normally be 37 minutes each with a ALOT of commercial filler.


DVR, baby, DVR


Oh yeah, the TiVo is set... but we won't be getting an "hour" is all I meant.
09/24/2007 01:52:23 PM · #8
Originally posted by scarbrd:



DVR, baby, DVR


Word!!! :-D
09/24/2007 02:10:36 PM · #9
Originally posted by thegrandwazoo:

Originally posted by scarbrd:



DVR, baby, DVR


Word!!! :-D

Word-Up to the 30-second-skip function. Bam, bam, bam, bam, bam, bam, bam, bam, joy.
09/24/2007 02:34:53 PM · #10
Lots of tangle webs left over from last season to work on.

My most recent favorite line. (I get a new one each week)

From the season ending episode last year...

"I'll give you a billion Stanley nickels never to speak to me again." Stanley to Dwight during Dwight's "Where does paper come from?" presentation.
09/24/2007 02:35:11 PM · #11
Originally posted by scarbrd:

Best line from last season, Michael is welcoming the new emplyees and sees Karen for the first time,

"Wow, you're exotic looking. Was your dad a GI?"

Can't wait for the new season.


i loved how ed helms was a new addition to the past season, he was great on the daily show w/ john stewart

"did you check your butt?"
09/24/2007 02:36:01 PM · #12
Pam is hawt :)
09/24/2007 02:40:34 PM · #13
Originally posted by mpeters:

Lots of tangle webs left over from last season to work on.

My most recent favorite line. (I get a new one each week)

From the season ending episode last year...

"I'll give you a billion Stanley nickels never to speak to me again." Stanley to Dwight during Dwight's "Where does paper come from?" presentation.


What is the conversion ratio of Stanley nickels to Dwight bucks?

The same as unicorns to leprchauns (or something similar). :)

Message edited by author 2007-09-24 14:47:20.
09/24/2007 02:40:54 PM · #14
Um Yeah!!!!! :-D
Originally posted by Fetor:

Pam is hawt :)
09/24/2007 02:44:40 PM · #15
I cannot stop laughing when I watch this show, but could anyone explain to me why they keep talking to the camera?? Maybe they explain it in the pilot?
09/24/2007 02:46:47 PM · #16
Originally posted by posthumous:

I cannot stop laughing when I watch this show, but could anyone explain to me why they keep talking to the camera?? Maybe they explain it in the pilot?


"A mockumentary on a group of typical office workers, where the workday consists of ego clashes, inappropriate behavior, and tedium. Based on the hit BBC series."

09/24/2007 02:57:42 PM · #17
Originally posted by posthumous:

I cannot stop laughing when I watch this show, but could anyone explain to me why they keep talking to the camera?? Maybe they explain it in the pilot?


What Waz said. See Christopher Guest's films for feature length mockumentaries.
09/24/2007 04:18:25 PM · #18
Originally posted by mpeters:

Originally posted by posthumous:

I cannot stop laughing when I watch this show, but could anyone explain to me why they keep talking to the camera?? Maybe they explain it in the pilot?


What Waz said. See Christopher Guest's films for feature length mockumentaries.


Yeah, but those are presented like finished documentaries. This one isn't. It's kind of like "dailies" of a documentary edited together to look like a sitcom... hahahaha

Message edited by author 2007-09-24 16:18:49.
09/24/2007 04:21:25 PM · #19
Originally posted by HawkeyeLonewolf:

Originally posted by mpeters:

Lots of tangle webs left over from last season to work on.

My most recent favorite line. (I get a new one each week)

From the season ending episode last year...

"I'll give you a billion Stanley nickels never to speak to me again." Stanley to Dwight during Dwight's "Where does paper come from?" presentation.


What is the conversion ratio of Stanley nickels to Dwight bucks?

The same as unicorns to leprchauns (or something similar). :)


No no no no, they were Schrute-Bucks, not Dwight Bucks...

The US office is just so cool, I am glad they steered away from the groundbreaking UK version, the US versions heart is in the same place, but its just so funny in all kinds of different ways. I love all the characters, Dwight is my favourite, no Jim, no Micheal, no Pam.. arrrrghhhhhhh

What a fanatastic end to season 3 as well.. gotta love Ryan the temp.

My favourite opener was where Jim was dressed up and mimicing Dwight..

or maybe where Jim was training him to hold his hand out every time the PC crashed.

Brilliant comedy, so glad they havent added a laughter track to it.

Message edited by author 2007-09-24 16:25:25.
09/24/2007 04:31:17 PM · #20
Best quote from the THE SUMMER OFFICE UPDATE on youtube:

Andy Bernard: I innertubed, starting in Scranton, down the susquehanna, all the way to the chesapeake....AND BACK.
09/24/2007 04:32:33 PM · #21
THE OFFICE: SUMMER UPDATE

Ryan Howard: I dont really remember much about working in Scranton. I think I dated a black girl?
09/24/2007 04:37:49 PM · #22
Originally posted by ajdelaware:

THE OFFICE: SUMMER UPDATE

Ryan Howard: I dont really remember much about working in Scranton. I think I dated a black girl?


Awesome! Thanks for the heads up.
09/24/2007 04:45:29 PM · #23
The Best of the Office
09/24/2007 05:27:54 PM · #24
I've yet to see the US version, but as there is nothing remotely good on UK TV at the moment I might check it out!
09/25/2007 12:16:10 AM · #25
Originally posted by Simms:

Originally posted by HawkeyeLonewolf:

Originally posted by mpeters:

Lots of tangle webs left over from last season to work on.

My most recent favorite line. (I get a new one each week)

From the season ending episode last year...

"I'll give you a billion Stanley nickels never to speak to me again." Stanley to Dwight during Dwight's "Where does paper come from?" presentation.


What is the conversion ratio of Stanley nickels to Dwight bucks?

The same as unicorns to leprchauns (or something similar). :)


No no no no, they were Schrute-Bucks, not Dwight Bucks...

The US office is just so cool, I am glad they steered away from the groundbreaking UK version, the US versions heart is in the same place, but its just so funny in all kinds of different ways. I love all the characters, Dwight is my favourite, no Jim, no Micheal, no Pam.. arrrrghhhhhhh

What a fanatastic end to season 3 as well.. gotta love Ryan the temp.

My favourite opener was where Jim was dressed up and mimicing Dwight..

or maybe where Jim was training him to hold his hand out every time the PC crashed.

Brilliant comedy, so glad they havent added a laughter track to it.


i like the one where michael sets his computer monitor up backwards and puts the sticky notes for eyes on it makes it talk
"Boobs!"
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