Fortunately, this is one of the funnier recent episodes.
Happy Valentine's Day?
Beet farm, false alarm, women have weak arms.
Plus: We stalk ever closer to the return of Amy Ryan.
If you'd have asked us to choose one Dunder Mifflin employee to be on our Nazi-scalping team, we'd probably have picked Dwight.
We have an instant cliff-hanger.
Last night's hour-long 'Office' totally did not suck!
There's a disturbing precedent for it.
This episode exists outside of Scranton space and time.
Angela? Apparently she deserves it.
Plus: Don Cheadle can't get the Coen Brothers to return his calls, but NBC certainly will.
We take back all the mean things we ever said about him.
This is worse than that time Bush pulled out of Kyoto.
Jan from 'The Office' tells Vulture all!
We hope she plays Michael Scott's mom!
Plus: Jack Black comes to Scranton!
Princess Unicorn gets her own official Website.
The main plot involves Meredith drunkenly setting her hair on fire and Michael — the one serving her all the drinks — forcibly driving her to a rehab center.
Well, after nearly four and a half seasons, we finally got a wedding.
'It's NBC and their lack of programming,' says Rainn Wilson.
Jim's a small-town imp socially just stunted enough to think it's a good idea to buy his parents' house for him and his fiancée without telling her.
Michael's never seemed sadder than at the end of this episode, after being forced to do the walk of shame in Winnipeg.
Melora Hardin is making her Broadway debut as Roxie.
Remember: Schrute Farms is the No. 1 beet-related agro-tourism destination in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Even though she’s only been on the show for six episodes, no possible good-bye could do her justice.