Angela and Kevin Prepare for the End of The Office

by Samantha Rullo September 19, 2012 1:02 pm
Angela and Kevin Prepare for the End of <I>The Office</i>

Tomorrow night is the ninth season premiere of The Office, and also marks the beginning of show's final season. After years of anchoring NBC's Thursday night comedy lineup, the show will finish its plotlines, and according to two cast members, give the audience some surprises. Angela Kinsey, who, of course, plays Angela Martin, and Brian Baumgartner, the man behind the goofy Kevin Malone, spoke with us about what's ahead this season and what they're not quite ready to leave behind.

Roy Returns to The Office: Who Else Should Come Back?

by Rachel Stein August 6, 2012 2:45 pm
Roy Returns to <i>The Office</i>: Who Else Should Come Back?

When we heard the news that The Office is bringing back Pam's ex-fiancé Roy (David Denman), we realized how tiny of a chance Season 9 had at being remotely good. But unlike some new NBC shows that we genuinely love to hate-watch, The Office was at one time a great sitcom with a lot of heart, and we're still not quite ready to completely throw in the towel just yet. Over the course of the series, there were dozens of characters that could be brought back, all of which are less desperate than yet another callback to Roy. Sure, most everyone below has booked better gigs since leaving their Office stints, but we dare to dream.

Ed Helms and Paul Lieberstein Talk <i>The Office</i>, Steve Carell and Yes, They Do Know They’re Making a Faux-Documentary

When talking to Ed Helms (Andy Bernard) and Paul Lieberstein (Toby Flenderson, as well as Office writer and producer) on a media call earlier this week, everyone wanted to know how Andy of all people got the gig, if Andy could ever really be as good as Michael, if the writers are just using Helms' budding movie career to boost Office viewership... all fair(ish) questions, but pretty damn brutal. True professionals, Helms and Lieberstein just wanted to be clear that they're excited for the future of the show, but they managed to throw in a few fun lines about writing in a post-Steve Carell series. They were the highlights of the phoner, along with a few of the choice quotes below.

TWoP 10: Replacements for Steve Carell on The Office

by Angel Cohn April 30, 2010 6:02 am
TWoP 10: Replacements for Steve Carell on <I>The Office</I>

There are rumors swirling that Steve Carell will leave The Office after the 2010 season. Apparently the allure of doing quality films like Date Night is just too tempting for him. Whether or not he actually leaves Dunder Mifflin probably comes down to contract negotiations, but if Michael Scott does depart Scranton, we've identified some folks that would be well-qualified to serve as the new office manager.

‘I Choose Art Every Time’: Ricky Gervais on His <i>Office</i>, Our <i>Office</i> and the Decade’s Best TV

Ricky Gervais started this decade on the fringes of British radio. He'll start the next one hosting a major awards show (the Golden Globes, airing Jan. 17, 8PM ET, NBC). In between, among many other considerable achievements, he co-created and starred in what many would consider to be not only one of the best television shows of the decade, but of all time: The Office, seven and a half hours of perfectly calibrated, sometimes agonizing, dark comedy. As his opportunity to reach his biggest viewing audience to date approaches, Gervais spoke to us and other media outlets about his ground-breaking show, its U.S. version and his favorite American programming.

The Office: A Nice Day for a Strange Wedding

by Angel Cohn October 9, 2009 8:57 am
<I>The Office</I>: A Nice Day for a Strange Wedding

As we wrote earlier, Jim and Pam both have jerky tendencies, but together, they somehow work. Last night's big wedding episode really illustrated that. At the outset, still in Scranton, Pam forced her husband-to-be to stand beside her as she berates all of her coworkers for wearing perfume and eating pungent smelling foods as they make her nauseous in her delicate state. Whatever. That was a total dick move. I speak as someone who has been pregnant and had to cope with the fact that the smell of chocolate made me want to vomit. However, I had the tact and wherewithal to dismiss myself to the ladies room, instead of puking in a wastebucket, sending off a vomit chain around the office that was reminiscent of that gross scene in Stand By Me.

The Office is New Tonight. Why Don’t I Care?

by Mindy Monez March 19, 2009 11:07 am
<I>The Office</I> is New Tonight. Why Don’t I Care? Saying The Office sucks now has become kind of the in thing to do on the internet recently, so up until now I've avoided doing it here for a variety of reasons -- not just because I didn't want to join the bandwagon, but mostly because, while it's been disappointing this season, I don't really think it sucks. It's not as funny as it used to be, sure, but it's still funnier than most sitcoms on the air right now. And yet, I haven't been excited to sit down and watch a new episode in a really long time. Why? The answer, I think is actually pretty simple.

The Office‘s Most Embarrassing Moments

by Mindy Monez January 29, 2009 9:23 am
<i>The Office</i>‘s Most Embarrassing Moments In honor of Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!'s post-Super Bowl Office roast special (we totally scooped 'em!), our resident Office super fan (for real -- he's even got the ringtone) Zach Oat has selected each Dunder Mifflin employee's most embarrassing moments, in ranking order. Peruse the list, and then come back to add your own favorite Office humiliation moments in the comments below!

B.J. Novak Has Gone Hollywood, Is So Over The Office

by Mindy Monez November 12, 2008 5:09 pm
B.J. Novak Has Gone Hollywood, Is <I>So</I> Over <I>The Office</I> Not exactly earth-shattering Office news, but I count myself as one of Ryan's loyal fans, so here we go. B.J. Novak has requested some time off from the series to film Quentin Tarantino's Nazi-slaying epic, Inglourious Basterds, and Ausiello is reporting that he may never come back, not even as a writer. There are conflicting reports -- some say he'll be back for a few more episodes this season, other insiders say he'll still write a few more episodes, but he's done playing Ryan on-screen.

The Office: Andy & Angela Open Up

by Zach Oat November 12, 2008 2:06 pm
<i>The Office</i>: Andy & Angela Open Up

Of the two relationships currently entering crisis territory on The Office, only one threatens to be a real barn-burner... literally. Andy and Angela's impending nuptials at Schrute Farm may end in fire if Andy ever finds out about Angela's relationship with Dwight, so we talked to Ed Helms and Angela Kinsey, who play the not-so-happy couple, about what's going through their heads, and the heads of their characters.

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