Wait, so they were filming all the time even when we didn't know it?
Yes, Phyllis. The documentarians were filming all the time and their parabolic mics picked up all the audio. While completely ridiculous, at least this fact explained why it felt like more
Whether or not you felt the show was being honest with itself in its characters' reactions to the true invasiveness of their collective privacy, this episode had its moments. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/the-office-promos-review-theyve-been-filming more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Promo," the April 4 episode of NBC's "The Office," in which the staff gets their first hint of what the documentary will look like. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-the-office-the-promo-hid more
Given the slightly vehement reactions to the last episode of “The Office” that aired, I’m not sure what people will make of “Promos,” which featured a return visit from many of “The Farm” vets. A lot of people hated that one, and made it pretty clear that more
The Office came back on a somewhat unusual note last night. "The Farm" was actually meant to act as a backdoor pilot for a new Dwight-centric spinoff show, but NBC abandoned the series before the episode aired. As a result, nearly 20-minutes of the pilot more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Farm," the March 15 episode of NBC's "The Office," and says that an episode designed to send Dwight off to his own show mainly demonstrated why it was a bad idea. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/ more
Those people still lamenting “The Office” spin-off that could have been got a taste of what might have been in store for them this week with “The Farm,” which featured footage taken from that aborted pilot. As it turned out, from the looks of things, it w more