Goodbye, “The Office.” We’ll miss you.
Goodbye, “The Office.” We’ll miss you.
You’re in good company.
Michael Scott wasn’t just a man, he was a philosophical man. And without realizing, he taught us so much.
Rainn Wilson, aka Dwight Schrute, uploaded this sign-in sheet from the auditions for The Office. We know who ended up with the roles, but look who else was in the running.
Blunt names that might fit these popular TV programs.
The Office is filth! Dwight Shrute and Darryl Philbin are the enemy!
A new short about a blood-thirsty office manager. We’ve all had a boss like this, right?
Take our very scientific and awesomely GIF-tastic quiz and let us know how you’re feeling in the comments!
Rainn Wilson is an avid Twitter user and a new hockey fan. His hometown LA Kings, themselves deft social media wizards, found a way to have some fun with him.
The real life counterparts to NBC’s Ron Swanson and Darryl Philbin share strong Illinois roots. Sadly for them, and fortunately for us, the ties that bind don’t extend to the age old Chicago Cubs/White Sox feud.
Last night Sabre launched a new product and in order for it to be a success, they had to win over a crowd of bloggers. They pretty much nailed it.
Welcome to “Mitt’s Office,” a parody of both “The Office” and Mitt Romney starring Justin Long as the potential GOP presidential candiate. As you might have guessed, the plot of the parody shows Mitt firing people in his office, saying things like “The roof, the roof, the roof is — you’re fired.”
Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica. According to Deadline, NBC likes these three things so incredibly much that they’re working on a deal to give Dwight Schrute his very own series on the network.
Today is Rainn Wilson’s 46th birthday. To celebrate here are his best moments from “The Office.”
All signs point to “YES!” A tipster sent the New York Post this screenshot from last week’s episode of “The Office” of what looks to be a bearded Carell on the “Queerenstein Bears” trivia team. When asked, NBC “could not definitively confirm” if it was actually Carell. Let’s have another look at the clip.
A collection of photos from offices stocking dangerous amounts of hummus, champagne, seltzer water, marinade, and other weird provisions in their fridge. There’s at least one office featured with bigger “tupperware issues” than your office.
Marve”dubstep”lous! Watch Video ›
James Spader is awesome. Fact. Check out the new promo NBC has released for season 8 of The Office. View Media ›
Check out the trailer for the new Afghan show called The Ministry, an Afghan version of the American comedy show The Office which is American version of a British series called The Office (via washingtonpost.com) Watch Video ›
The News of the World/Rupert Murdoch/phone hacking scandal is going to make for an awesome movie (one that will hopefully be scripted by Aaron Sorkin, directed by Stephen Frears and called something like “Citizen Murdoch” or “Hacked: A Tale Of Power And Tragedy.”). Here’s my casting wishlist. Since you are a very opinionated internet, surely you have your own ideas as to who should play Rebekah Brooks, Hugh Grant, Wendi Deng, et al. Play casting couch in the comments! View List ›
“As days go by…we’re gonna fill our house with happiness…” Watch Video ›
The cast re-interprets the classic Georges Seurat painting “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” for a poster used at the NBC upfront. This really makes you appreciate art history so much more. View Image ›
Let the betting pool begin on how many more seasons NBC can wring out of this show.
The star’s last episode of “The Office” was a farewell episode about farewell episodes, with real tears.
I could not care less about Steve Carrell leaving The Office. Also, I really really dislike showtunes. Furthermore, I don’t think Will Ferrell has been very funny as a guest on the show of late. That said, I’ve watched this clip five times since it aired last night. View Media ›
“What if” scenarios from The Office.