Yeah, this is good.
Not just for Ashton Kutcher! For everyone!
In the finale, Greendale rallies 'Star Wars'–style.
Ryan says of the contestants, “All four will get to go home and see their families, but only three will do it in style.” I guess the fourth one has to go home hanging off the side of a train, like in India.
"The last two years, I've felt sort of like a guest star on 'Fantasy Island' that needs to learn an important lesson about growing up by getting a TV show."
Finally, there is discussion of Neutral Milk Hotel. And smooching.
Alcide has been working out even more. Jeez.
Their long-running baseball rivalry takes an unfortunate turn.
In all likelihood she'll be acting on it, but she may not be writing for it.
Since Hugh Grant didn't work out.
'Abra-Cadaver'! Real or fake?
That’s not even a euphemism.
We see how the Dunder Mifflinites have changed from season one through today.
"Most of the chefs are lazy and decide they’re not going to cook anything."
She's the only contestant who gets any criticism, but why?
While still on top, CBS still needs new breakout hits to replace its aging procedurals.