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    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum View Post
    I will say that the Jim Mr. Perfect angle has deflated this character quite a bit. The reason Tim (the UK Office equivalent) was such an intriguing character was because he was a great guy but a complete loser. At this point Jim is coming off as a suave goody two-shoes. I know the characters have to grow, but they don't have to grow into boring.
    I keep expecting that they'll have Pam end up hooking up with someone from school.

    I suspect its hard for the writers to figure out what to do with the whole Jim/Pam thing, knowing that once they get married, it may well mess up the chemistry of the show. I don't think it has to though, as long as they avoid having too many episodes that focus on Jim and Pam and not enough on the other characters. I think the characters of Dwight, Stanley, Andy, Creed, Kevin and Angela are brilliant. Having Dwight fill the "Jim" role of tormenting Andy with the Cornell stuff was great.
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    I watched the first 15 minutes of this last night and it seemed pretty good. Jim & Pam with the tiny bluetooths and Jim harassing Dwight on the practice sales call were pretty funny.
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    They are boring though.....once you get past the jokes on Dwigt....they are kind of boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Cloninger View Post
    They are boring though.....once you get past the jokes on Dwigt....they are kind of boring.
    Dwigt. One of my favorite episodes.

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    I like Kelley's panicked excuse about why she falsified Dwight & Jim's customer reviews:

    "Uhm...I was raped?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blimpie View Post
    I like Kelley's panicked excuse about why she falsified Dwight & Jim's customer reviews:

    "Uhm...I was raped?
    The better part was that apparently its not the first time she had used that excuse in the office lol.

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    Re: The Office

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee View Post
    I keep expecting that they'll have Pam end up hooking up with someone from school.

    I suspect its hard for the writers to figure out what to do with the whole Jim/Pam thing, knowing that once they get married, it may well mess up the chemistry of the show. I don't think it has to though, as long as they avoid having too many episodes that focus on Jim and Pam and not enough on the other characters. I think the characters of Dwight, Stanley, Andy, Creed, Kevin and Angela are brilliant. Having Dwight fill the "Jim" role of tormenting Andy with the Cornell stuff was great.
    Maybe Pam will have a fling with the guy from Mad Men who gave her the NYC pep-talk... there seemed to be just a touch of foreshadowing tension there.
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    Re: The Office

    So far I am not impressed with the new season, the first two episodes were ok but the last two weeks were passable at best.
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    We need more Creed! There has to be a hundred ways to write a funny episode around that crazy bastard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    I watched the first 15 minutes of this last night and it seemed pretty good. Jim & Pam with the tiny bluetooths and Jim harassing Dwight on the practice sales call were pretty funny.
    Between both Michael and Dwight's imcompetence, that scene was funny on so many levels.

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    I got a huge chuckle out of Pam screaming "That's what she said! That's what she said!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanmia View Post
    So far I am not impressed with the new season, the first two episodes were ok but the last two weeks were passable at best.
    Not sure what you were watching, but the past two weeks were way better than passable. They were very funny!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit View Post
    I got a huge chuckle out of Pam screaming "That's what she said! That's what she said!"
    So did I, that was a LOL moment as i watched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OSUredsFAN View Post
    Not sure what you were watching, but the past two weeks were way better than passable. They were very funny!!!
    Darryl in the van when Micheal and Holly were breaking up was funny but last weeks episode did nothing for me and I really like this show.
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    Re: The Office

    Did anyone catch the post-Superbowl show and tonights episode?

    Looks like they've found the stride again to me. Dwight with the fire and "today smoking will save lives" as well as "next week I've got a bomb scare planned to really keep them on their toes" was classic.


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