Between the one-note playas getting a little more character development, what passes for sexual tension in the head of Michael Scott, the fact that somehow the story of a guy from accounting who blew his brains out was comedy gold and, of course, Dwight psyching himself up for his evaluation meeting...between all of that and more I love this show right now.
I forget if it's been said here or not, but the best news of all is that this is going to be picked out through the end of the season, thus ending any fears of the plug being pulled.
"He's too much of gentleman to assume that the lady he is with would have a disease and he's man enough to raise any offspring that should arise. HE IS AL WILSON."[-DEAN~, 7/22/05]
People's facial expressions got me laughing a lot in this. Kevin's "Romances..."
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which according to the previews is a clue to next week's show, which is something I wish more shows did
and Dwight's evil look after trying to get Jim to look stupid in front of the boss especially.
Jim: "Yeah, well, I'm going to ask for a pay decrease." Dwight: "That is so stupid. What if he gave it to you?" Jim: "Then I win."
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This week's episode of "The Ultimate Fighter" featured the showdown of the top two fighters in the middleweight division as Diego Sanchez defeated Josh Koscheck to advance to a match with Kenny Florian in the middleweight finals.