The best part of the episode was the level of consistency/continuity it had with older eps. We got: Creed being Creed, Kevin following his dream, Jim teasing Pam about not following her dream, the ongoing Toby/Michael feud, Michael being Michael, Michael the womanizer, Dwight the sychophantic lapdog, Dwight & Angela's awesome relationship, Oscar being Oscar, Phyllis & Bob Vance, Ryan & Kelly, and finally the best last five minutes of any show this year.
New episodes begin September 28th. The wait begins.
No Office or Earl next week, as folks get TWO HOURS of Will & Grace. Earl/Office returns on May 25th with: -8pm: Earl (Didn't Pay Taxes) -8:30pm: Office (Halloween) -9pm: Earl (Dad's Car) -9:30pm: Office (Sexual Harassment)
Originally posted by dunkndollazYou can't help but think that Pam's mom asked Pam if she was in love with Jim when she answered "Yeah, I think I am." just before Jim came back in for their "Ross & Rachel Moment" - which also was classic in that unlike on "Friends", we don't get the chance to see if Pam is going to kiss him back after the initial kiss - the timing of the break was perfect.
She did kiss him back though. Hands in his hair, all that.
Thing is, when they pulled back, I got the sense that it wasn't what Jim hoped it was going to be.
I know that some fans want them together, and surely the network will force their hand. But it's hard not to think the show will suffer for it (c.f. every other sitcom ever).
I've seen almost every episode, but still don't understand Michael's pure hatred for Toby. Did something happen between them? It's almost uncomfortable to watch.
I liked the telekenisis prank on Dwight, but how did they know he was going to say "coat rack"? What if he said move that stapler, or move that phone?
Dwight's oh-so-late "Jan is here" warning was a highlight. As was Pam allowing Michael to answer the phone once before actually putting the call through because the second time usually goes better.
It will be interesting to see where they go with Jim/Pam in Season 3. If a Season 2 DVD release date is announced, someone please post here. Thanks.
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Originally posted by Brian P. DermodyShe did kiss him back though. Hands in his hair, all that.
Yes but that was Jim's kiss. After they pulled back from each other is when we would see if Pam would then iniate a kiss back. Jim can't try to kiss her again at that point. He has to wait and see what she does. And that is why the break at that point was perfect. We know that she liked the kiss but we don't know her reaction - kiss him back or push him away.
Originally posted by SchippeWreckIt's because Michael has no real power over Toby. As the HR rep, Toby reports directly to corporate. Plus, Toby ususally is the first to call Michael on anything stupid.
I think it goes all the way back to the Diversity Day episode, too, when they were walking into the meeting and Toby said something funny and Michael kicked him out. Toby's funny, Michael's not. Then last week's episode was about how people vent their problems to Toby, and Michael had to jump in and try to take over that spot. And Toby is untouchable, like you said. Michael wants to be Toby in numerous ways, but he can't, so he hates him.
Originally posted by Brian P. Dermody(Tangent: Does Pam have any sisters? Maybe Oscar could settle down with a nice girl.)
In much the same way that Once Upon a Time and Grimm seem inspired by the success of the much better comic book series Fables, Revolution seems inspired by the much better Emberverse series of novels by S. M. Stirling.