The Best of Kelly Kapoor


Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling) started out as a character that seemingly didn't have any outstanding traits in The Office. After several episodes, however, this Indian American customer service representative has officially become the office chatterbox with unparallel expertise on clothes, boys, dating and celebrity gossip. As someone with a bubbly persona with juvenile tendencies, Kelly has added her spicy curry charm into almost every episode of The Office, whether through her on-again and off-again romance with Ryan (B. J. Novak) or her hilarious one-liners. Not surprisingly, she has also attracted a rapidly increasing fanbase next to the major players of the show.


In the most recent two-part episode of The Office, we got a huge dose of Kelly as she chastises the party planning committee, particularly Jim and Dwight (Rainn Wilson), for forgetting her birthday. So as a tribute the girl who "can't wait to get pregnant and have babies," I've decided to list down the most noteworthy Kelly Kapoor scenes in The Office.


Trash Talk vs. Smack Talk


When Jim and warehouse foreman Darryl Philbin (Craig Robinson) engage in a little ping pong match in The Deposition, Kelly, who's dating Darryl, gloats to Jim's girlfriend Pam (Jenna Fischer) over her boyfriend's superior skills. Kelly continues taunting Pam for the rest of the episode and even becomes confrontational but denies that she's talking trash by saying I don't talk trash. I talk smack. They're totally different. Trash talk is all hypothetical like 'Your Mama's so fat she could eat the internet' but smack talk is happening like right now, like you're ugly and I know it for a fact cause I got the evidence right there.''' It's even funnier when Kelly mocks Pam's boyfriend to the tune of Avril Lavigne's Girlfriend.''


Pink, Beyonce and Hot Dogs


In The Carpet, someone leaves a disgusting substance on the carpet of Michael's (Steve Carell) office so he spends the day at Jim's desk, transferring Jim at the back room with Kelly, who tends to engage in long-winded, one-sided conversations on relatively trivial subjects. Much to the chagrin of Jim, Kelly tells him that she likes Beyonce, pink (the color), Pink (the singer), hot dogs, and snowcones, and then later begs him to please please please please set him up with Ryan.


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