'The Office': Kathy Bates isn't sure she'll keep 'dropping in'


Kathy Bates' new television gig may mean her giving up a very visible one she's had lately.

The Oscar winner for "Misery" has played the recurring part of new Dunder Mifflin chief Jo Bennett on NBC's "The Office," but she'll go full-time for the same network -- and producer David E. Kelley ("Ally McBeal," "Boston Legal") -- as a career-rebooting lawyer when the drama series "Harry's Law" premieres Monday, Jan. 17.

"I haven't spoken to them recently," Bates tells Zap2it regarding possible "Office" appearances in the future. "I don't know how the story lines are going over there. That's a very different style of show, and I was really just dropping in there. This has been a different experience for me.''

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