HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the season finale of NBC's "The Office," in which Andy plots his return, Robert plots his exit and Dwight plots against Angela. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale-review-the-office-free-fami more
Vulture’s head TV poohab Matt Zoller Seitz gave this strange, wounded season of The Office a must-read once-over yesterday , noting how in many ways it seemed to metaphorically function as a “sitcom about being directionless, about deciding to soldier on more
" Free Family Portrait Studio " was the last episode of The Office this season. It was the final half hour with James Spader in the cast. It might have been the last we see of Kelly Kapoor and Dwight Schrute. Heck, it might be the last episode ever.
"The Office" has had a difficult season, both in the ratings, where it's down a good amount from last year, and creatively, where it has struggled to find a center after Michael Scott went off to be happy.For part of the spring it looked like the show, wh more
Season 8 of The Office came to a close tonight with “Free Family Portrait Studio .” In an attempt to collect a DNA sample from Angela’s child, Dwight had set up a portrait studio in the break room and invited the staff to bring their families for photo more
A lot of people seem to think that if ‘The Office’ jumped the shark, it was with the “Michael Scott Paper Company” phase. Those who weren’t a fan of that storyline were probably a bit miffed by ‘Tu... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Jonathan_Teigland/2012/0 more
The ratings, quality, and future of The Office have all been hotly debated recently, but NBC gave it a supersize 24-episode season anyway. So to help pad out a season that’s already struggled with ongoing plotlines, The Office recycled one of its best sto more
" Turf War ," by playing up the dynamic duo of Dwight and Jim, while reducing Andy's role to cooking cherries jubilee and making one pitch to a client, gave The Office some promise heading into next week's season finale and then what will be an interestin more