He's marrying Pam and Emily Blunt.
This detail has already been made public by the show's producers, but we'll leave the decision up to you as to whether you'd like to learn more.
MacFarlane takes to YouTube to make the case that 'Family Guy' is more deserving of an Emmy than 'The Office.'
And Clairol cast 'The Office' star Angela Kinsey in the company's new ad campaign.
Not bad for a wrap-up of what was, perhaps, the show's best season.
Now that the show has wrapped up its most compelling and exhausting story arc of the last two seasons, we take a break this week … for a dance party.
After last week’s triumph for Michael over corporate efficiency and Stringer Bell, the real world awaits him upon his return to Dunder Mifflin.
Michael Scott defeats Stringer Bell. Believe it.
With all the upheaval going on in the last few weeks, the dramatic shift in the Michael-Dwight dynamic has been hinted at but barely explored — until last night.
After Michael, seemingly out of nowhere, quit his job at Dunder Mifflin, we finally found out where this show is going in last night's two episodes.
He has a "wonderful excuse not to have to put on that stupid neck beard again."
If you like 'The Office' and hate mild spoilers, stop reading!
Well, as had been rumored all week, it’s now official: Michael really has quit Dunder Mifflin.
Poor Amy Poehler; she doesn't deserve this!
Plus: why you'll never see a Lionel Richie biopic.
Charles Minor throws the whole branch into upheaval with his cold insistence on order.
'You know, my daughter would tell you that I'm a goofball.'
Fortunately, this is one of the funnier recent episodes.
Happy Valentine's Day?