-Who would have known that Ryan had a cousin named Mufasa? -Nice to see Pam taking over the spontaneous Jim-type role in the office, totally bringing the bird funeral together. -Jim is just plain Mr. Smooth. -Poor Ed Truck...that was the guy that insisted Michael could never be friends with the people he worked with, right? -"Guys! Get a broom and clean this up! Mush!" -"I'm going down to the warehouse..."
(edited by jfkfc on 13.10.06 0830) Lord loves a workin' man. Don't trust whitey. See a doctor and get rid of it.
I LOVED how the dead bird suddenly became "the bird that Toby killed".
Thanks Pam for spoiling "Million Dollar Baby" for me--though I kind of guessed that's what happened in it. It's a little hard to imagine Michael with all his pop culture references not know "The Lion King" but it could happen.
"Grief can be good. Just ask Charlie Brown"
"I'm gonna drop a deuce on everybody" -"The Office"'s Michael Scott, on "Casino Night"
Some parts were pretty over the top (going back for cream & sugar, Pam singing, maybe Dwight trying to stuff the dead bird into a soda can), but I thought this week's show was hilarious. The last 2 were good, but this one had more laugh out loud moments for me than those 2 combined.
I am starting to wonder what's taking Roy so long to start working on Pam. I guess he's trying, but he's taking forever.
Once again, Stanley = GANGSTA. And holy crap Kelly is annoying. It's kinda weird how much camera time Ryan gets even though he never gets to say much & isnt really a big part of very many episodes (if any).
Almost every episode (so far this season), Karen shows signs of liking Jim and dis-liking him too. Or maybe I suck at reading women.
I think I was wrong. I'm still not sure where Raylan will be employed next year, or if he'll be employed at all, but it won't be on the wrong side of the law. Helen gave him the chance to escape that life, and he could not betray her by killing Dickie.