Did I Stutter?: Anti-Climatic?


**"Did I Stutter?" Spoilers Included**

This week's "Did I Sutter" I think was a kind of a waste of time. With so little time in the season left, there was no progress made with anything, except maybe the weird warning that Ryan gave Jim. -?


Jim and Pam are still joking around-BUT...she said she slept at a friends house. Jim? 99.99% sure it was, but anyone think anything happen? Still at the joking proposal games...if nothing at Jim's, then the relationship didn't really progress.


Angela was looking at Dwight with...could it be admiration when Andy was confronting him with the car thing. Could Angela be wanting to get back together with Dwight?


With Stanley and Michael, now it's back where "Night Out" left off, with Stalney just being a little nicer.


It seemed like there was something huge building up, but then it just sort of...blah. No doubt that there were funny parts, but I thought there would be more drama since its so close to the end of the season. Thoughts?


P.S. This is my first news entry. Did I do good?


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Comments

6 comments
Default avatar cat
May 1, 2008 11:44PM EDT
How'd I do?
Default avatar cat
May 2, 2008 12:39AM EDT
I loved this episode! I thought it was hilarious and it brought me back to the days when not every episode needed to bring some big revelation. I personally think it goes against the great original premise of the show to have some big dramatic change happening every week.
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May 2, 2008 2:02AM EDT
Great post! I have mixed feelings about this one. I laughed a lot and enjoyed it, but felt a little uncomfortable (in a not as funny way) about the Michael and Stanley conflict. The Pam deal seemed pretty much like she spent the night at Jim's, but why would she be secretive about it at this point unless that's just Pammy-ness?
Default avatar cat
May 2, 2008 6:38AM EDT
I know what you mean,On the one hand the synopsis made a major deal out of Pam staying at Jim's and it turns out to be forgetting contact solution. But i agree i like the stand alone episodes where there isn't the major twists and just little comments or moments that contribute to the continuing story I like episodes like this where you see a little glimpse of why Michael is still in charge, when he almost tells Stanley off. I love the power play between Jim and Ryan especially when it got Toby involved.
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rlf
May 3, 2008 4:09AM EDT
Did anyone else notice Pam's comment in "the Chair Model", on how she wouldn't stay overnight at Jim's unless she was engaged? And how at the end of this episode, when he was leading her out of the room at the end of the episode, how eager he was to take her hand, like he wanted to hide something? Subtle clues, perhaps?
Default avatar cat
May 3, 2008 4:00PM EDT
rif: she said she wouldn't move in with 'someone', not that she wouldn't sleep over for a night.
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