The last few shows have been really good, I think, and they keep up the quality Halloween episode tradition. The opening 'is there no limit to what he [Stanley] won't notice?' was great. The costumes were:
-Danny (nothing) -Ryan (80s ?) -Kelley (first ? then ? ) -Ocsar (first ? then 'rational consumer') -Meredith (?)
Winner: Oscar, who ended up wanting the coupon book after spending some time diminishing its value. My vote: Angela (see below) Hottest: Angela. Wow, sexy nurse Angela. Did not see that coming. Runner up: Erin. Freaky mask, same bod. Same hot bod.
Darrell showing some leadership and dropping some hints about long-term plans. Being groomed? Also showed restraint in not knocking Michael out. Nice touch with Jim giving in to the Popeye gig at the end. Also Sweet Pea.
Originally posted by supersalvadoranDidn't see the episode (haven't been able to watch much this year). But I did see the pics of Angela dressed as a sexy nurse. To quote the immortal George Takei: "Oh, my."
The immortal George Takei did voice over narration at the start and the end of this week's Community.
"How many vampires am I supposed to care about? " Stanley, as usual gets a zinger without really drawing attention to it.
I am wondering what direction they are going to explain Michael's departure. Seems like they planted a seed for Darrell to take over, plus Holly is supposed to be back this season as well. I think getting away from building around Michael being an idiot every week and fleshing out everybody else, as they seem to be doing, is the way to go.
They've also planted seeds for Pam or Andy to become the new boss too, so I wonder if this is just the writers having fun with us or if they're covering their own asses by giving several characters a potential 'in' to become regional manager. I guess I'd prefer to see an in-house promotion unless the new boss is really spectacular (i.e. Ricky Gervais somehow), but I'm still of the mind that the series would be better off ending without Carell.
I have to say I really liked that opening song. A lot of this episode was Family Guy going back to being funny, rather than hammering me with some random concept. The exchange between Stewie and the Canadian drunk was a highlight for me.