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Last night's ep. was pretty good. I know they're good when I can barely stand to hear what comes out of Michael's mouth.
“She is pregnant, she is knocked up, K for Karen.”
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.
I wake up every morning in a bed that’s too small, drive my daughter to a school that’s too expensive and then I go to work to a job for which I get paid too little. But on Pretzel Day? Well, I like Pretzel Day…
Anyone else think the look on Stanley's face was priceless after Andrew said the second time that yes, they were friends, and Stanley let him down? I love Stanley....and Creed.... and all other other non-main characters of the show.
Grape works as a soda. Sort of as a gum. I wonder why it doesn't work as a pie. Grape pie? There's no grape pie. - Larry David
"Boom-Roasted" is the new catch phrase.....and I feel like such an idiot, but I really find myself rooting for Jim and Pam--when Pam told Jim the reason her father left her mother was because her father couldnt match the feelings Jim mentioned for Pam -- I (gulp, ugh) was actually moved....(what in the world has happened to me?)
The opening scene of the post-superbowl episode where Dwight started the fire was by far the funniest scene of the last two seasons.
I'm a huge fan but i think the show lost some of it's magic after Jim and Pam got together. Every interaction between Jim-Pam, Roy-Jim, Karen-Pam was so awkward I felt myself squirming in my seat at home. I still love and watch the show every week though.
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For those watching tonight, do you think the letter from Holly to Micheal really revealed that it's "not over", or was that just Pam trying to spare Micheal's feelings?
I'm starting to find the show tedious. I understand that one premise of the show is that Michael is such a nitwit (and I'm not sure that accurately names it), but it's really becoming completely painful to watch and incredibly implausible, not even in a fantasy fiction sort of way.
“In the same way that a baseball season never really begins, it never really ends either.” - Lonnie Wheeler, "Bleachers, A Summer in Wrigley Field"
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When I see the 2015 Reds, I see a 100 loss team.
I don't think it's Jim and Pam that is the problem, it's the rest of them are exactly the same as they were in season 1, it's a big circle with them and it gets dull.
I like Jim and Pam together, the old "break em up" plan would be a waste IMO,just watch Friends if you want that