17 Times Things Went Hilariously Wrong On "The Office," "Friends," And "Parks And Rec"
John Krasinski broke character sooooo often.
1. In Parks and Rec, when Chris Pratt hesitantly ad-libbed this very inappropriate comeback, which made everyone's jaws drop:
2. In Friends, when Jennifer Coolidge's fake English accent made Lisa Kudrow laugh so hard that she cried:
3. In The Office, when Steve Carell tried ad-libbing a childhood nightmare of Michael Scott's, and he somehow created poopball:
4. In Parks and Rec, when Aubrey Plaza got a little too intense with this random actor:
5. In Friends, when David Schwimmer tried playing the bagpipes, and Lisa Kudrow decided to mimic the sound, but no one could keep a straight face:
6. In The Office, when Leslie David Baker's cheery line delivery made actual tears roll down Steve Carell's face:
7. In Parks and Rec, when Ben Schwartz and Retta could not get through their lines:
8. In Friends, when Courteney Cox and Paul Rudd had absolutely zero success while playing ping pong:
9. In The Office, when Steve Carell was in character but forgot who he was talking to:
10. In Parks and Rec, when Aziz Ansari and Adam Scott completely lost it during this NSFW moment:
11. In Friends, when everyone had to carry a couch up the stairs, and all hell broke loose:
12. In The Office, when the scene was supposed to be about Dwight writing a nice poem for Angela, but things went very wrong:
13. In Parks and Rec, when Amy Poehler kept making everyone around her mess up their scenes:
14. In Friends, when Matt LeBlanc tripped during one of the takes, so Matthew Perry made fun of him:
15. In The Office, when Steve Carell and Rainn Wilson couldn't get through this one line without laughing:
16. In Friends, when Matt LeBlanc made things entirely too sexual during soooooo many different scenes:
17. And of course, every single time John Krasinski broke character in The Office:
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