We are hesitant to be too Scroogy here. But …
The slow, steady, unceasing collapse of hopes and dreams continues!
How desperate does a company have to be to bring Michael onstage with them?
How, in this economy, is a small regional paper company continuing to survive? It may not.
Yet another promising story line appears to wrap itself up. Plus: video!
We could watch a full half-hour of Michael horrifying young children, but, alas, the haunted-house story line is dropped.
Straight Outta Scranton, PA.
If this is what 'The Office' devolves into with Pam and Jim gone, then get them back already.
You’ll get your lovey-dovey payoff, but you’re watching THIS first.
"I was scared people would think I was doing this only to get away from 'The Office,' to be super-dark and cerebral."
Tonight's premieres (and some shows I just like!). Fresh off the stove.
I adored Andy's tailspin into gay panic, and it reminded me of mistaken-for-gay plots in old TV sitcoms.
At Surf, Emily Nussbaum ponders the history of straight TV-sitcom characters mistaken for gay, from Jack Tripper through Andy Bernard.
Ed Helms on the verge; everything back to (wacky, outrageous) normal.