The Office, "Night Out", OAD 4/24/08 *SPOILERS*

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  1. Apr 25, 2008 #21 of 118
    Alfer

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    :thumbsdown:

    Hey I am a HUGE fan of The Office...but still I feel almost cheated over the last two weeks with eps that are far from steller IMO. I hope that once the season is over the writers can regroup and get back on track rather than tossing out some rushed eps post strike style.
     
  2. Apr 25, 2008 #22 of 118
    Demandred

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    I wonder if we will ever see Toby again.
     
  3. Apr 25, 2008 #23 of 118
    Bierboy

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    I disagree....someone who says "The Office sucks" is a show-crapper :)

    Someone who craps on this thread (which is what is happening here) is a thread crapper.

    Now, leave me alone so I can go take a crap....
     
  4. Apr 25, 2008 #24 of 118
    Alfer

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    I'm confused...

    So if you LOVE The Office, have watched since the beginning, BUT have not been happy with an episode, you AREN'T allowed to voice your opinion be it good or bad??:confused:

    Sorry...that doesn't fly with me.
     
  5. Apr 25, 2008 #25 of 118
    GDG76

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    I thought this episode was funny as ever, as was last week. I don't get the hate.

    "Crawfordness"

    I have one question Ryan - "How dare you?"

    I loved Dwigt's lullaby and his constant insistence that Ryan's friend was a hobbit.

    Loved Michael screwing up the movies- "It's like Swingers with Jon Favreau- you know, the tall guy from Dodgeball"

    And finally "I'm a bank teller." "Ryan always says to say you're in finance"
     
  6. Apr 25, 2008 #26 of 118
    Alfer

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    A friend had a prediction about the Ryan thing.

    Ryan will get canned...Jim will be asked to take over, thus screwing up the "too perfect" coupling of Jim and Pam.
     
  7. Apr 25, 2008 #27 of 118
    kaszeta

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    Agreed. This was a C episode for me, but Creed's line and Hank showing up at the end of the episode ended up bumping it up to a B for me.
     
  8. Apr 25, 2008 #28 of 118
    Bierboy

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    No...what I'm seeing...and perhaps I wasn't clear...is one or two people say they're disappointed in this week's ep...and that's a legitimate post. But then, and perhaps I'm reading too much into the subsequent posts....others see those posts and think "hey, they said it sucked, so I'm gonna say it sucked too". That's my perception of what I'm seeing here...and I could very well be wrong. It wouldn't be the first time and I'm sure it won't be the last.
     
  9. Apr 25, 2008 #29 of 118
    Kablemodem

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    I loved Ryan's management speak when he was in the office.
     
  10. Apr 25, 2008 #30 of 118
    Zevida

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    I sincerely loved that Dunder Mifflin is committing fraud by having sales from their actual salespeople recoded as sales from the website in order to increase the legitimacy of the website. I mean :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I can't wait until Ryan is back in Scranton - maybe they'll hire him on as a temp.
     
  11. Apr 25, 2008 #31 of 118
    ozzman73

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    Ryan will fall and Jan will rise. They have shown us that Jim is not a very good boss. With Jan broken up with Michael, that opens up their relationship to more tension
     
  12. Apr 25, 2008 #32 of 118
    5thcrewman

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    No one from the other '5 Families' has a key? Isn't Phyllis married to Bob Vance? Wouldn't he have a key?


    Stupid Jim for not thinking of that!
     
  13. Apr 25, 2008 #33 of 118
    quango

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    I can't see Jim going to NYC; he apparently turned it down just for the chance to date Pam, so why would he take it now? And there's no way Jan gets back in the door at corporate after her meltdown and suing the company.

    If Rashida Jones' sitcom dies, I could see Karen in the job, which would be interesting. If not... Andy maybe?
     
  14. Apr 25, 2008 #34 of 118
    writdenied

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    Nobody seems to have noticed that Creed was the only one who knew that the security guard's name was Hank. Everybody just blew off what Creed said, but he was right.

    And yes, we will see Toby again. Remember, he's got a wife and school-age kids. He's not going anywhere, and the humiliation of his faux-pas will probably be forgotten as past ones have been (even though it would be funnier if Pam was so creeped out by him that the Finer Things Club dissolved because of it).
     
  15. Apr 25, 2008 #35 of 118
    TAsunder

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    I didn't like the second half or so of this episode as much as the first half. I really felt like we could have had an 8 part miniseries just of website jokes lampooning all of the stupid crap people are doing with websites now.

    I thought it was John Favreau and... the tall guy from Dodgeball.

    I noticed that and got a chuckle out of it, because when he said it, they played it for humor, then it was the right answer.
     
  16. Apr 25, 2008 #36 of 118
    uncdrew

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    We laughed so hard at that. Sometimes that type of humor is exactly what gets us going.
     
  17. Apr 25, 2008 #37 of 118
    uncdrew

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    "Stupider" that Phyllis didn't think of it.

    :)



    "Ryan says to tell them I'm in finance." :up:
     
  18. Apr 25, 2008 #38 of 118
    Figaro

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    I thought this was the best episode since it came back on after the strike. The Dinner Party was just too damn awkward. Last weeks was just weak, but this one had laughs throughout.
     
  19. Apr 25, 2008 #39 of 118
    Legion

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    Did no one enjoy Pam repeating the conversation she had with Dwight about him handing over one of the spare keys "In case he died or something"?

    "Wouldnt matter, because you would of all been dead for two weeks".
     
  20. Apr 25, 2008 #40 of 118
    Zevida

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    I don't think anyone except the security guard had a key to the parking lot. When they were talking about keys, they were looking for a key so they could go back into the office and get the security guard's information to call him. Vance wouldn't have a key to the DM office. It does seem kind of odd that no one would have a key to the parking lot, but heck, it's just a TV show.
     

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