I know this is old hat by now, but I just got around to seeing this episode, and it was incredible. From the "reuniting" of the Office as it were, to the delightful Phyllis/Dwight interaction with a possible actual storyline for Phyllis and Bob, and the "dance off", this episode had it all.
Ever since The Michael Scott Paper Company storyline started, I think The Office has refound its mojo and I can finally stand Michael again.
The main highlight of course, Kevin macking on receptionist Erin's friend in the corner. Dayum.
Line of the night- Andy: "Wait, is that the gay ear?"
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Originally posted by Torchslasher The main highlight of course, Kevin macking on receptionist Erin's friend in the corner. Dayum.
I thought that was the girl he met in the singles episode where Michael went out with Pam's landlady. She looked a little large for Erin's friend. Maybe not.
Great episode indeed - we've seen a lot of Michael personas, but dancing Michael is one of my favorites. That episode where Pam had his jeans ironed and clips were shown of him dancing just had me rolling.
MY favorite part: Michael's mis-texting of Phyllis as Phillip. Dwight: "Who knocked you down? Was it Phillip?"
I thought it was one of the more bizarre episodes ever of the show. Not sure I really liked it, I may need to see it again to wrap my head around it. Either way, "bad" Office is still better than most things on TV.
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Because he hosted a variety show for a decade, he comes to the job in tune with the format. Also, he's an improv comic, so he doesn't cling desperately to the cue cards. He can tread water or riff if the audience is in the zone with him.