But that's the theme? There's no theme
"It is your birthday period"
there's always a theme
The motivational juggling routine without balls had me in tears
Oh wow. D'Angelo has both of his hands up
This joke made me laugh and is about the only thing from that four episode stretch I would actually upvote lol
Ryan subtly raises both hands
I wish Michael was in that last scene as well.
"Micheal, I can't believe you came."
"That's what she said"
The final TWSS (,:
I really hate that Plop is in this picture.
One thing that makes me enjoy The Office is that they all seemed like they enjoyed working with each other. To work on those 24 episode per season sets for 9 seasons must be grueling at times, beside all that I still see posts from the cast about it.
I even struggled reading that in my head.
Can you say wrist rest 5 times fast?
Good advice Dwight
If you need a wrist wrest, your desk is too high or your chair is too short. Your arms should angle down slightly from your chair's arm rests (which you hopefully have) and never touch the desk.
Dwight: I didn't lose my desk.
Jim: Okay, calm down. Where was the last place you saw it?
Honest question; is there a tv show with better banter? Because right hang to God I can't think of one!
Always sunny does meaningless conversations perfectly.
"better" is subjective, but I could try and argue Archer, Bob's Burgers, or It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Just throwing my two cents!
Kelly has a freakishly long finger.
Sniffing some dude's thong, probably
Packer looks drunk.
Where's Michael Snot?
And I would press a button, that would send that lighthouse.... into space.
I just got Jury Duty. Here they give you a $40 stipend for food/parking/transportation, but you also don't get your daily wage. I'd rather just go to work at this point.
Getting on a jury isn't super hard. By registering for selective service, you're automatically enrolled in your geographic area. Eventually, you'll receive a jury questionnaire. The most important thing is to fill it out honestly and then shove it up your butt.
I saw a behind-the-scenes clip where one of the producers mentioned that in addition to following the script, they would also film several other back-up lines (usually improvised) just for safety.
I am convinced that the whole "lighthouse into space" thing was filmed as a joke, but accidentally made it into the final cut. It's so out of character.
I love when he says this- such a Michael thing to say and exactly how I would imagine him reacting if he found out someone cheated on him. I could also imagine him asking his girlfriend not to either.
"I need you.... (rubs eyes) ... I need you to do me a favor. For me. For us. I need you to do me a favor for me, for us."
Of course Michael, what is it? Why are you whispering?
"Don't cheat on-hey, hey look at me..."
" N-no... I need you to not do that. Okay?"
Okay...(looks at camera)
There are a few moment through the series that really make you feel the pain in Michael's heart. Even small things, such as the moment when Pam is disgusted because she has seen his schlong and he yells "it's just my body, it's a human body" or something close to that.
Jan was the worst, then she starting singing. Now she's the worst've'st
His wife was injured during a volleyball game?
One of Jim's best moments. Beautiful scene. I love that they resisted the urge to explain anything with words.
Uh, Pam and Michael in the airport, yo.
No no no, let me finish. 7.....8??
I like the way the series ended Roy's story: he picked himself up, worked hard, found a true partner. It's a good way of showing people that he was only human, not a villain. Anyone can make a change for the better. <3
I don't think bringing a stripper was sexy... you know what I think is sexy? Pams art!
Your art was the prettiest art of all the art.
Agreed, I really appreciated that, too. Both Pam and Roy had strong suits, but it's amazing how being in a mismatched relationship can make everything about you seem forced and bring out the worst. I like that Roy ended up happy with a compatible partner