Mar 1st 2007 11:12AM I'm just hoping Logan doesn't cheat on Rory in Vegas. I like the guy, but he would have no "story" for that one, unlike his previous philandering which was arguably excusable.
Feb 22nd 2007 4:56PM Man, I'm apparently the only person in the universe who likes the TJ character. I can't get enough of that guy.
Feb 5th 2007 10:05AM The K-Fed commercial I think was far and away the best. Where's that one on your list?
Jan 16th 2007 1:12PM "I wonder who will die during this season? I hope that it's someone who is more of a 'secondary character', even one who's been there for the whole show. Maybe Keith or something. I don't want to see Kelso, Todd, or The Janitor die."
Keith hasn't been on the show for its whole run. My guess is it will possibly be Jordan. Think of the awesome plotlines that would arise from Cox losing Jordan. He would go bonkers. Completely bonkers. So, now that I'm thinking about it, that's probably my official guess. Although I wouldn't be surprised if it was someone else. But I would doubt that it's one of the big four.
Jan 5th 2007 11:02AM "Urgelgrue" was the made-up name. And I too almost cried when Jim mentioned it later in the episode.
Michael - "It may or may not be. It may be Jan. It may be..."
Jim - "Urgelgrue."
Jan 5th 2007 10:25AM I think the best cold open so far was the one where Jim was sending Dwight faxes from "Future Dwight". But Andy screaming, "Now I'm cutting off Phyllis head with a chainsaw!" into the tape recorder might be second on the list.
Jan 5th 2007 10:18AM Yeah, I wasn't thrilled with it either. I love the secondary characters as much as the next guy, but they seemed a bit too heavy-handed with the townies this episode. I love it when a couple of them just pop in for one or two scenes in an episode. Having pretty much every secondary character in the show involved in one episode... It was a little too much for me... It was still funny, don't get me wrong, but I thought it was definitely below-average on the "Earl" scale.
Jan 3rd 2007 11:13AM They put Lauren Graham in the honorable mentions, but left off her Gilmore Girls co-star Scott Patterson (aka Luke Danes) who played the role of Elaine's sponge-worthy boyfriend.
Dec 15th 2006 9:32AM No, I laughed out loud several times as I always do with the office. I laughed out loud at Dwight acting like a five-year old with Toby about the dead goose. I laughed out loud at Oscar showing up and immediately leaving. I laughed out loud at the goose-butchering lecture at Benihana. I laughed out loud at the Committee to Determine the Validity of Committees. I laughed out loud at the "Nog-a-sake = Nagasaki" talking head from Andy. My only copmlaint may be that I don't think there was enough Andy. But there was plenty of Dwight. It seems like they're trading episodes.