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#1 Posted on 17.3.06 0737.04
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They seemed to get back with Michael being someone who means well and fails as opposed to a cartoonish dolt this week. The level they go at is usually relative to whatever the plot is in a given episode. But this was a total Carell Showcase this week, with an assist of a golden reaction shot from a Cat Puppet (Edward R. Meow~).

But great episode, and if I quote one line from it, I'll end up quoting the whole thing, since it was one thing after another after another, so much so that the God-awful version of "Teach Your Children Well" that most weeks would have been a 3-Stars-Of-The-Game highlight was a mere afterthought this week.
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#2 Posted on 17.3.06 0809.16
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I loved how we finally got to meet Stanley's daughter, after the discussion about her picture back in the Sexual Harassment episode. I also loved how she was hitting on Ryan and Ryan was the one who got chewed out for it. Plus, Ryan's interactions with Kelly are always amusing. Another great episode.
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#3 Posted on 17.3.06 0837.37
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Stanley's reaction was priceless, as were Ryan's reactions to his daughter for the rest of the day. I love Pam and the shredder, too.
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#4 Posted on 17.3.06 0847.28
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Anyone who was a kid in the late 70s/early 80s living in the Coal Region saw this episode and immediately thought of two words...Hatchy Milatchy.
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#5 Posted on 17.3.06 0945.31
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On a related note, I just stumbled on this (zap2it.com).

Apparently, over the summer, NBC will we airing 10 web-only episodes, or 'webisodes', if you will. The plot will be the accounting staff (Angela, Oscar, and Kevin) looking for some missing money. This should be fun. The article mentions that the episodes will stream at NBC.com, so hopefully that means they will be free.
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#6 Posted on 17.3.06 1102.30
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For me, the best moment in this episode was when Dwight tore into Meredith's kid and the subsequent smile of approval of Angela. Ahh, that was beautiful.

I'm loving this show more and more each week. I may have to replace Finchy in my signature with a picture of Kevin if it keeps up.
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#7 Posted on 18.3.06 0457.08
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Michael: No one wants to hear stories you were told by your Nazi War Criminal Grandmother!

Kid: You didn't get to be what you wanted?
Michael: No, I guess I didn't.

Hilarious and heartbreaking. How the hell are they gonna top this?
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#8 Posted on 18.3.06 1022.58
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[quote JoshMann with an assist of a golden reaction shot from a Cat Puppet (Edward R. Meow~)


Is is it possible for a puppet to win a best supporting actor Emmy?
Not the funniest episode at all, but nice character development. This show is really blink-and-you'll-miss-it with reaction shots, one-liners, etc.
The Scranton local references go over my head, but it's nice to know they're adding setting specific details.
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