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    Re: The Office

    It's a mallard

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    Re: The Office

    On top of the Pam/Michael fuede, this interaction between Dwight and Jim has the chance to reach epic levels.

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    MUCH better episode than last week. Poor, poor Toby.
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    I though the episode was ok. I like the Jim/Dwight feud. Not enough Andy in the episode.

    I am really curious where they are going with the Ryan character. I realize that BJ Novak is a writer, but his character is getting tired.

    I think whenever Kevin opens his mouth he is funny. I love the way he says everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucksfan2 View Post
    I am really curious where they are going with the Ryan character. I realize that BJ Novak is a writer, but his character is getting tired.
    Yea, Ryan is definitely the least likable and most annoying Office character ever. And that's saying something.

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    I think they're doing just enough with the side characters like Kevin, Creed, and Meredith to keep you coming back.
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    I saw most of it and thought it was pretty funny.
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    I liked last nights episode quite a bit. The feud between Dwight and Jim definitely has potential.

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    I didn't like this episode. I get that Pam is pregnant and everything, but they used a fairly hilarious situation as a vehicle for turning Pam into a totally unlikeable character.

    I am kinda disturbed by this episode. I'm not going to give the writers credit enough to attribute this all to some pregnancy hormonal rage trip, this is a complete transformation of her character, and it's affecting Jim's character as well. This episode was the first to ever make me actually root for Michael's character as the voice of reason to go off on Pam's outrageous behavior. Jim and Pam have been nothing but *****s toward everyone else in the office since they got married, and the whole dynamic of the show is just totally screwed up right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Playadlc View Post
    I didn't like this episode. I get that Pam is pregnant and everything, but they used a fairly hilarious situation as a vehicle for turning Pam into a totally unlikeable character.

    I am kinda disturbed by this episode. I'm not going to give the writers credit enough to attribute this all to some pregnancy hormonal rage trip, this is a complete transformation of her character, and it's affecting Jim's character as well. This episode was the first to ever make me actually root for Michael's character as the voice of reason to go off on Pam's outrageous behavior. Jim and Pam have been nothing but *****s toward everyone else in the office since they got married, and the whole dynamic of the show is just totally screwed up right now.
    I'm with you. I still enjoy The Office, but I don't like Pam's character anymore. "Casino Night" from season two was on TBS earlier tonight. After seeing that again it is hard to imagine that Pam would ever become an unlikeable character, but it has happened.

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    Re: The Office

    Did anyone else think, "Frank and Benny, or Frank and Beans" was some type of double entendre?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBA View Post
    Did anyone else think, "Frank and Benny, or Frank and Beans" was some type of double entendre?
    I kept thinking of the same line/incident in There's Something About Mary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reds1869 View Post
    I kept thinking of the same line/incident in There's Something About Mary.
    That's what I was thinking too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Playadlc View Post
    I didn't like this episode. I get that Pam is pregnant and everything, but they used a fairly hilarious situation as a vehicle for turning Pam into a totally unlikeable character.

    I am kinda disturbed by this episode. I'm not going to give the writers credit enough to attribute this all to some pregnancy hormonal rage trip, this is a complete transformation of her character, and it's affecting Jim's character as well. This episode was the first to ever make me actually root for Michael's character as the voice of reason to go off on Pam's outrageous behavior. Jim and Pam have been nothing but *****s toward everyone else in the office since they got married, and the whole dynamic of the show is just totally screwed up right now.
    Wow, I think you may be thinking about this stuff way too deeply. It's a TV show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Playadlc View Post
    I didn't like this episode. I get that Pam is pregnant and everything, but they used a fairly hilarious situation as a vehicle for turning Pam into a totally unlikeable character.

    I am kinda disturbed by this episode. I'm not going to give the writers credit enough to attribute this all to some pregnancy hormonal rage trip, this is a complete transformation of her character, and it's affecting Jim's character as well. This episode was the first to ever make me actually root for Michael's character as the voice of reason to go off on Pam's outrageous behavior. Jim and Pam have been nothing but *****s toward everyone else in the office since they got married, and the whole dynamic of the show is just totally screwed up right now.

    Well to be fair, they've been married for two episodes(three if you want to count the actual wedding.) In one episode they were on their honeymoon when Oscar called with a normal office issue. The second they come back, Pam finds out that the first man her mom is seeing after a divorce is Michael, meaning she can't ever get away from him.

    Also, what was the deal with the secretary asking Michael's permission to have the nuts out. Was that just her way of asserting dominance over Pam? Or some bitter rivalry I didn't understand?
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