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#1 Posted on 9.2.06 2113.27 Reposted on: 9.2.13 2113.42
Memo To NBC: At this point, just give me a release date and a price for the Season Two DVD Set, and I'll show up. Oh, and put me down for a Dwight Bobblehead as well.
Another great example of how to advance continuity and ensue hijinks at the same time between the very generous Bob Vance of Vance Refrigeration, From Ryan To Kelly, Michael almost pulling a George Costanza with Jan's job, it was a nice showing by The Faces of Scranton. One thing my girlfriend mused about out loud was she thought Pam was more upset about getting nothing from Jim or getting nothing from Roy. And I think she was right.
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#4 Posted on 10.2.06 0221.10 Reposted on: 10.2.13 0221.32
Another great episode in a season full of 'em, and a bunch of great character moments and sweet, sweet continuity. I have a feeling that everything here is leading to something, and that something will be awesome.
#5 Posted on 10.2.06 0659.10 Reposted on: 10.2.13 0659.16
Michael: "New York, New York. The city so nice they named it twice. The other name is Manhattan." I LOVE his cluelessness. Looks like the other regional managers are even worse bosses than Michael. Not so much on the big laughs this week, but nice storyline advances. Who gave Dwight the bobblehead? Where would you even get something like that? Very nice Conan O'Brien cameo.
#6 Posted on 10.2.06 0754.04 Reposted on: 10.2.13 0755.11
I have to admit I was late coming to this show but I am now completely hooked. Pam was definitely more upset that she got nothing from Jim than from Roy - especially after she had mentioned Jim's card from the year before. And Dwight may be completely clueless & inept but he definitely scored with his gift to Angela. (Distracted by a Paula in the office as I typed - my bad)
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#7 Posted on 10.2.06 0948.07 Reposted on: 10.2.13 0948.26
"I hooked up with her on February 13th" - and then that face he made - was priceless.
You could tell that Pam's concerns were both because Jim didn't get her anything and because Jim looked like he wanted to kill himself after his plans fell through. The Conan cameo was great, as was Michael yelling at the cameraman because he missed it.
This is one of the few comedies that I absolutely love at the moment.