The funniest scene that still cracks me up is in the episode productivity where he's making Cosby impressions and stands in line for a pretzel lol
"Society teaches us that having feelings and crying is bad and wrong. Well, that’s baloney, because grief isn’t wrong. There’s such a thing as good grief. Just ask Charlie Brown."
Just caught myself cracking up thinking of the scene where the puppet was at loss for words when young Michael Scott wanted to get married, have kids so he could have 100 friends!!! Lol
I'm a 4 on the stitous scale today. Just finished watching the Christmas party episode where Andy brings his new girlfriend, Val from the warehouse wears a formal, and Creed, Gabe, Dwight, and Nate mosh pit to carol of the bells by TSO. Has anyone ever noticed how marvelous Nate's turtle neck sweater, vest, and broach are? THIS is one of the 1000's of reasons I love this series. I swear I'm on the 20th time watching it thru. I only started loving Robert California on like the 10th time watching the series again. His character is genius. And getting James Spader to play him!? Even more genius.
my son had one of these moments when he was young - in a restaurant the waitress asked if he wanted soup or salad....my son looks at her and asks - "what comes on that super salad?".....still makes us laugh today
I hate it when you show up only to find out that the team doesn't exist, or the sport doesn't even exist. I should have known.....poopball.
Anybody else thinks the US version kicked the ars of the UK original version? Like, Steve Carell makes everything better. I watched the original UK version of the office and... it's just boring
Jim : Is it just me or does it smell like updog in here ??Micheal : What's updog ??Jim : Nothing much man ... what's up with you ..Micheal : That's brilliant 😆😆😆Gotta love Micheal 😂👍
Well, I'm a little more sticious right now than I normally am. It's Friday the 13th, with a full moon, and the Earth is currently covering part of my state in ice...
Where I am from there are two types of folk - those who ain't and those who are knee high on a grasshopper. Which type ain't you ain't?