Official Office Obsessiveness – Local Ad

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Wow, well after so many weeks of hour long episodes, 30 minutes just doesn’t seem enough! A compact, chock full episode of zingers though that moved pretty quick! Man, from the opening to the end it just flew by. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t full of laugh out loud moments!
The only downfall is the lack of character depth, which I suppose we got enough of last week. The Dwangelandy has been so intriguing! Andy finally has a reason to be showcased as a character! Although, it appears it’ll be short lived.

Well, without further adieu, my favs:

  • Football creme! It’s football creme! – Michael
  • Fllff! Momma Bear 🙂 – Kevin pointing to Oscar!
  • Oh it has losers! – Jim
  • I hate being titillated. – Angela
  • Break me off a piece of that Grey Poupon. – Andy
  • You coming?!? Piss or get off the pot!! – Meredith
  • Beep, boop, beep, boop, boop. – Pam

This week’s favorite: Oh D? Oh D!…oh D…oh D…Oh D…OH D…OH D!!! – Andy and Dwight

Alex doesn’t have his up yet it seems but here’s a link to his from last week.

4 Responses to “Official Office Obsessiveness – Local Ad”

  1. October 26, 2007 at 12:47 am

    Here’s this weeks! I missed the hour episode, but it does make live blogging a little easier.

  2. October 26, 2007 at 9:06 am

    The Office is so freaking smart, and chock full of social commentary, that I’m going to have to do a post on it soon.

    I remember after (or during) the first season, Jason and I were discussing how the show is so great and a female co-worker said it was horrible because it was so sexist. How do you explain to someone that it was calling out sexism for what it is?

    PB&J obviously display the ideal human interaction in the minds of the writers. Through every other character they expose the flaws of the human race.

  3. October 26, 2007 at 9:15 am

    Wow, that’s so weird that your co-worker doesn’t get it. Well maybe not so weird I mean it is that dark comedy with no laugh track kind of thing. But I mean what? Is she thinking they’re glorifying Michael and Dwight?!?! HAHAHA.
    Honestly, the sad truth is that unfortunately that show bears alot of truth with it as well. As you said, tons of social commentary within it. Now that I’m out of ‘the corporate world’ of Chase Bank, I can look at this show and go “My goodness, I knew people like in our company!”
    If your friend was the Phyllis of the office, I could see her hating this show b/c it might hit too close to home.

  4. October 26, 2007 at 9:56 am

    Found another great recap here.

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