All I can say is DAMN! I feel sooo bad for Andy (aka Puke). I wonder if Angela will call off the wedding now that the whole office (but Andy) knows she's a tramp? I hope so; I'd like to see her... Read More
THE OFFICE RULES!!!!!
*'The Surplus' Spoilers Included!* This week's The Office went back and forth for me between hysterical and totally weird. The fantastic humor of The Office is in the awkward, quiet moments, but this week in 'The Surplus,' everyone was so... loud! There was still plenty of funny in this loudness as Jim and Oscar took Michael out to lunch to return laughing like hyenas in their attempt to get Michael on their side (the new copier side) of the surplus decision, then Pam had her own loudness as she complimented Michael on everything she could to get on her chair side of the decision. But then away from all these strange but funny moments in the office, we had Dwight showing Angela and Andy around their poop-filled wedding site. And, not so shockingly from the moment we heard Dwight say the minister didn't speak English, Dwight tricked Angela into marrying him right there! So what do you think? Will Angela stay angry and go through with this "legal issue" she mentioned she had to deal with after making out with Andy in the office in front of everyone or will Angela get over it and return to her statement that she made a mistake choosing Andy? Will we get a real conclusion soon to all this love triangle drama? Photo courtesy of NBC.com
i was just curious on why there was no new episode this week, is it because of thanksgiving or football?
Every time Michael is mean to Toby I feel so bad, he gets this sorta doe eyed innocent look that makes me feel so sad for him. Especially in this last episode of Frame Toby when Michael threw down his photos from Costa Rica and after he was framed with the salad... Does anyone else agree or I am the only one?
I've been loving this season of The Office , but as can be expected in the fourth season of a show kind of about nothing, plot development becomes unavoidable and the show gets a little more about plotlines, and a little less about the totally absurd everyday office moments that made this show the hit comedy it is! But this week's "Frame Toby" felt like it brought back those hilarious little moments of office awkwardness and fights that made this show so fun in the first place. "Frame Toby" was focused partly on Pam's note on the dirty microwave to keep it clean for the office community, and partly on Michael discovering (after an entire week) that Toby returned to his job which then led to Michael and Dwight tring to sabotage Toby back out of his job. And that landed us in what I thought was a whole barrel of Office laughs and awkwardness as Michael screamed "Noooo!" in Toby's face when he saw him, stress ate a huge amount of brownies while planning Toby's demise, fought with Dwight over how he didn't think Toby would find Dwight attractive, tried to make Pam get sexually harassed by Toby, then finally bought fake pot, aka caprese salad in a ziplock bag, to try to frame Toby for having drugs. Oh, how I've missed you, totally out of hand office moments! I also completely loved Creed freaking out about the police coming to look into a call about drugs in the office! I give this episode a 9/10 as it had such great office conflict moments that made me laugh out loud many a time, plus it still had some great plot moments like the fact that Toby's back, Pam's back, Ryan broke up with Kelly to go to Thailand with some friends from high school, well... a... high school, and Jim and Pam got a house! So what did you think? What's your rating for this episode? Did "Frame Toby" bring back that bit of funny we've been missing on The Office, or did you find this episode just so-so? Photo courtesy of NBC.com
Anyone else think andy might turn gay or at the very least oscar likes andy..? lol i dont know thats what i thoguht
Does anyone feel the show has too much drama now? I mean, seasons one and two were just light and funny, really put you in a great mood when you watched them. Put the last three seasons, mainly the second half of four and season five so far have had way to much drama. The show is now 60% drama and 40% comedy.
Which one made you laugh the hardest? Vote for your favorite quote from last week's episode!
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