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TV Bromances: Who's the Funniest of Them All? - Featured

Bromances lend themselves so well to hilarious, awkward, and adorably comical moments that we find some of our best bromances in our favorite comedies, some of which were included in SideReel's Top 10 Favorite TV Bromances ! So of the comedy bromances below and any we've missed, who do you think is the funniest bromance of them all? Friends - Joey & Chandler Scrubs - JD & Turk 30 Rock - Tracy & Kenneth The Office - Michael & Dwight How I Met Your Mother - Ted & Barney & Marshall Psych - Shawn & Gus Chuck - Chuck & Morgan Flight of the Conchords - Bret & Jemaine Seinfeld - Jerry & George Family Guy - Stewie & Brian The Big Bang Theory - Leonard & Sheldon Entourage - Eric & Vince King of the Hill - Hank & Dale


is episode 19 the last one???

The Office vs. 30 Rock: Is 30 Rock Trumping Office for Thursday Night Laughs? - Featured

The Office has been my favorite comedy for some time, but now that I've finally caught on to the hilarious phenomenon that is 30 Rock , I've found myself still enjoying The Office every week, but laughing a whole lot more while watching 30 Rock right after it. That lethal Lemon-Donaghy combo just might be too much for the Michael-Dwight-Jimbo crew! The Office used to be full of a lot more laugh out loud moments, and though I still think the episodes are very good, I feel as if 30 Rock is really trumping The Office as the best comedy on NBC's "Thursday night, comedy done right," line-up. So what do you think? If you're a fan of The Office, do you still find it bringing you side-splitting moments? And if you're a fan of both, which do you think is your fav for comedy night?

The Office Featured Discussion: So You're Telling Me There's a Chance?

While I adore The Office , this week's continuation of 'Lecture Circuit' was far from the usual Office episode quality and laughs. But despite the lameness of the episode in general, we did get some surprises and development around the Michael-Holly romance as Michael and Pam arrived at Holly's Dunder Mifflin branch for another presentation, only to discover Holly was off on a retreat, but they could check in with her boyfriend! This led to a pretty tragic but funny Michael break-down, including him leaving Pam to do the presentation while he visited Holly's cubical to cut off her sweater sleeve and steal a "Dear Michael" document off her computer. So after this madness, Pam agreed to read the letter to tell Michael the deal - and she told him Holly still had feelings, and it wasn't over. Now, we've heard Holly (Amy Ryan) is going to return as a guest star soon on The Office, so I'm sure we have to see Holly in some way, but will it be to tell Michael she loves him, or to yell at him for violating her privacy (and her sweater)? Could this possible perfect romance cut short end in even further disaster or do you think Pam was telling the truth about the letter so there is a chance for Michael and Holly? Photo courtesy of TVGuide.com

The Funniest Character Ever!

Who for you is the funniest character ever? Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory Hank from Californication Chuck from Chuck The whole Friends (1994) cast Jayne from Firefly Gary from Gary Unmarried Cappie from Greek Barney from How I Met Your Mother Sawyer from Lost J.D. from Scrubs Ari Gold from Entourage Dean from Supernatural ``Doug Wilson from Weeds Michael Scott from The Office Dwight from The Office Tina Fey from 30 Rock Kramer from Seinfeld Gob from Arrested Development Larry David from Curb Your Enthusiasm Monk from Monk note: the characters I wrote, and their way of being funny is diffrent from each other, each one has a diffrent style, what's your pick? someone else perhaps I did not mention? My personal favourite is Barney /discuss

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That was a ridiculously funny double-bill (40 min). I almost fell off my chair when Dwight cut off the face of that resuscitation doll, i love that guy!

The Office Featured Discussion: And 'The Duel' Winner Is?

*'The Duel' Spoilers Included!* Last night we got the pure joy of getting The Office back a few weeks earlier than originally in the NBC midseason plan, and did it ever come back strong! We left our Office crew right after their holiday party/intervention/affair-outing, so there was a lot to look forward to when the promos of this week's episode promised that Andy would FINALLY find out about the Dwight-Angela affair and yes... there would be... a duel! Like only the genius comedy minds of The Office could manage, the delivery of the bad news came in the most ridiculous way possible - Michael feeling terribly guilty and making Andy walk him out to his car before his meeting at corporate so he could wait until he was in his car pulling away before yelling to Andy about the affair... keep it classy, Michael Scott. So did Andy come busting in with fists flying like we could expect from a guy who punched through the office wall because of Jim's cell-phone-in-ceiling prank? Oh no - even better! Dwight was on edge the entire time before Michael told Andy, and then what did two nerds do when faced with a challenge to their honors and their woman's honor? Declare a duel in the parking lot for later in the day, of course. (Que Jim collecting all weapon-like objects in the office.) I was waiting for a hilarious scene of Dwight and Andy slap-fighting for a while with some awkward ending, but oh, did it deliver better than that as Andy wrote Dwight a note stuck on a big bush in the parking lot to sneak up behind Dwight to run into him with his silent Prius... way... too... funny!! Of course, it had to end somehow with someone broken-hearted, but surprisingly, it was Angela as Dwight found out Angela had actually been sleeping with Andy as well. So what now? Do you think this duel has a winner or was it entirely a lose-lose-lose? And will this result with Angela left with no one be the final dramatic conclusion of all this triangle drama? I'm still pulling for some Dwight and Angela marital bliss, but I'll take some more hilarious drama in the meantime as long as it doesn't end with nothing coming of this longtime forbidden romance. How would you like to see it turn out? Also, check out the fantastic new online Office game on NBC.com where you can duel it out as Dwight or Andy! Dunder Mifflin Infinity Games: The Duel Photo courtesy of eonline.com

new episode?

is there a new episode coming out tonight or whats happening, havent has one in awhlie now


why did all the links for every episode get taken away, seirously wtf

The Office: What was the Best 'Moroccan Christmas' Quote?

The Office has had some fantastic quotes over the seasons, and I feel like this week's Christmas episode was surprisingly full of really great "lol" lines I really enjoyed. Here are some that stuck out to me as bite-sized moments of hilarity, so check them out and comment telling us which your favorite was or add another if I missed your fav! Jim: I'm a black belt in gift wrapping. Dwight: Yeah no such thing. They don't give out black belts for things that are stupid.... If I can skin a mule dear in... (Dwight falls into his fake wrapped desk.) Phyllis: The theme is nights in Morocco. This isn't your grandmother's Christmas party. Unless of course she's from Morocco, in which case it's very accurate. Angela: I am not going to judge Phyllis for desecrating Christmas. There is one person who will, though, and Phyllis just stuffed him into a drawer. Michael: An intervention - it's really hard to describe. It's a coming together... it's a surprise party for people who have addictions. You get in their face and you scream at them and make them feel really badly about themselves, and then they stop. Andy: When I was in college, I used to get wicked hammered. My nickname was "Puke." I would chug a fifth of So-Co, sneak into a frat party, polish off some people's empties, some brewskis, some jello shots, do some body shots off myself... Kevin: Well, Meredith, there was that one time you bought movie tickets, and you got too drunk to go, so you gave them to me, and that was really cool. Dwight: In the Schrute family, we believe in a five-fingered intervention: awareness, education, control, acceptance, and punching. Dwight: There are several ways to kill a zombie, but the most satisfying one is to stab it in the brain with a wooden stick. Michael: Everyone in this room loves you, but mark my words: we are not going to support your alcoholism anymore. The next time you light yourself on fire, we are not going to help put you out. Dwight: Oh, as Fire Marshall, I would have to.... I suppose I could do it if it were a controlled burn in a well-ventilated area... Phyllis: Angela's having sex with Dwight! I caught them doing it after Toby's going away party. Dwight: Well, don't look so surprised. Michael: As it turns out you can't just check someone into rehab against their will. They have to do it voluntarily. They have to hit rock bottom. So I think I know what I need to do at this point - I need to find ways to push Meredith to the bottom. I think I can do it. I did it with Jan. Photo courtesy of NBC.com