Adam Scott as Jim? Mary Lynn Rajskub as Pam?
NBC tries to salvage a failed spinoff. They shouldn't have bothered.
A.J. Jacobs judges our first face-off. Sam and Diane take on Jim and Pam!
We kick off our Sitcom Smackdown, a bracket that pits Cheers, The Simpsons, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, and twelve more comedy greats against each other to find the ultimate champion.
As Dwight's sensei.
So is Andy a big mean jerk, or what?
Dwight and Angela reconnect; Andy gets his revenge.
Plus: All hail Bruce Willis the Pope, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Thirty-eight percent better than Liz Lemon.
Andy is back. Perhaps not for long.
And they're not doing it right.
Pam gets a new desk mate — and also gets royally pissed off.
Nellie meddles in Erin's love life; we meet the camera crew.
Clark and Dwight pretend to be in the family way; Daryl's job interview is a slam dunk.
As will Zach Woods.
Pam gives everyone lice, and heads roll. Or at least get shaved.
And Up All Night.
You'll get a glimpse at The Farm after all.
Dwight saves Christmas; Daryl gets punch drunk.
Kelly & Ryan 4-Ever.
Dwight protects Oscar's knee caps. Pam learns how to fail.
Stop watching this filth!
We love your wormy and manipulative ways, James!
Dwight tries to get in touch with his feminine side and Oscar is outraged that The Senator might be a cheater.