Andy is on a boat, Kevin has a secret and the giggles.
It's called The Office, but not like that The Office.
Three reasons to be hopeful, and two that say "Not so fast ... "
In today's TV industry, odds are you won't see Schimdt Happens or Being Barney.
NBC passed on the show.
Sorry, but we still miss Michael Scott.
Andy relives his a cappella days. It is not aca-awesome.
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A second spin-Office of sorts.
Everyone rides the not-so-magic bus; Dwight and Nellie get the baby blues.
Will you ever find another Firefly?
In which Andy thinks he's related to Michelle Obama and Erin learns Dothraki.
Jim feels like a failure, and Pam feels boring. In other words, marriage!
And so begins the final season.
As a member of Andy's old a cappella group.
It is pretzel day?
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What's at stake for Glee this season?
She's become one of the only women of color to create, write, produce, and star in her own sitcom.
Will McAvoy for the win, obviously.
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It's Die Hard 2's Tom Bower.
She picks her favorite episode—it's one she wrote back in season two.
He's hoping Steve Carell comes back.