Friday, October 19, 2007

Last night's Office

As has been mentioned before, last night I was watching a building be destroyed, and as such missed The Office for the first time this season.

According to Mr. Austin, I didn't miss much. His two cents:

Steve Carell was on Bob & Tom this morning. He believes The Office is better packaged into a 30-minute show. Last night’s episode was the least funny of the season so far ...

Best part was Pam and Jim staying at the new Scranton area B&B – the Shrute Farm. Mose is hilarious. It had a few laugh-out-loud moments. Bob & Tom asked about Creed – who apparently was a guitarist in the band Grass Roots in the 60s. Creed speaks from experience.

Anyone else have commentary? Don't worry about spoiling it, I won't watch it until reruns.

3 comments:

Kevin Hazaert said...

Strongly disagree ... this was the best episode of the season by far.

Jim & Pam visit the The Schrute B&B, seeing Dwight's pain from losing Angela and Jim's talk to him in the stairwell, the whoever/whomever dialogue and Creed claiming it's a made-up word, Kevin and Scrantonity II and, of course, Mose easily made this the most enjoyable of the season so far.

Will said...

Yeah, I liked this episode and felt that the last two have been pretty good. But the overall point is correct: they need to stick to the half-hour episodes.

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