Tonight is the last of the back-to-back summer repeats for The Office. Tonight’s episodes will be “Two Weeks” and “Dream Team”.
From Rainn Wilson via Twitter:
Office table read today. Like first day of school. What to wear!? Make sure to ask for spoilers cause I will def. be revealing all!(um, no)
Yay, they’re back at work!
Emmy Nominations were announced this morning. Congrats to the cast and crew of the Office for earning the following ten nominations:
-Comedy Series Lead Actor: Steve Carell
-Comedy Series Supporting Actor: Rainn Wilson
-Comedy Series Directing: Jeffrey Blitz – “Stress Relief”
-Comedy Series Editing: Stuart Bass – “Two Weeks”, Claire Scanlon – “Dream Team”, David Rogers and Dean Holland – “Stress Relief”
-Comedy Series Sound Mixing: Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook, Peter J. Nusbaum – “The Michael Scott Paper Company”
-Comedy Series Casting: Allison Jones
-Interactive Media – Fiction: The Office Digital Experience
Starting at 10pm tonight on TBS, you can find back to back episodes of The Office. At 10pm/9c it’s “The Client”, followed by “Performance Review”.
Tonight’s summer repeat is “Lecture Circuit”. You can watch the first part at 8:30 and the second right after it at 9pm. While I did enjoy Pam and Michael getting to spend some time together on the road, I think my favorite part is Jim and Dwight putting together Kelly’s birthday party. For a refresher on the episodes, here are some previous posts about them:
Congratulations to Jenna Fischer on her engagement to writer, Lee Kirk. For more you can go to People’s website. (The source for the photo
Tonight on TBS you can find the season 2 episodes “Halloween” and “The Fight”. The blast from the past starts at 10pm/9c. Admit it–you know you love 3-hole punch Jim.
Tonight on TBS you can find two classic Office episodes: “Office Olympics” and “The Fire”. The season 2 goodness starts at 10pm/9c on TBS.
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