The Office -- Episode # 3.13 "Traveling Salesmen" From

It's time for Michael (Steve Carell) to revisit his roots with the company as he hits the road for sales call duty. Meanwhile, Dwight (Rainn Wilson) attempts to cover up a crucial deadline missed by Angela (Angela Kinsey) while Karen (Rashida Jones) is in for some surprising news. David Denman, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Jenna Fischer, Kate Flannery, Melora Hardin, Mindy Kaling, John Krasinski, B.J. Novak, Oscar Nunez, Phyllis Smith and Paul Lieberstein also star.

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Is this the first time in the history of the show that they've used an abbreviated opening theme song?

Holy crap, 7 minutes in, and this episode is pure comedy gold... GOLD, I tells ya!

The beauty parlor, the "young Jim" photo... Dwight in the car "psyching" up... "Hawkman"... Sigh!  I love you, Cousin Mose!  You write a mean episode.


Go team Jwight!

Phyllis?? Oh no you dih-ent!


I literally had tears in my eyes during Dwight's farewell speech... Sniff!

Yikes, cliffhanger! BASTARDS!

Oompa-loompa, oompity dawesome... this episode was totally awesome!


Oh, Snap! Hell hath no fury like a pissed off Angela.

Category:general -- posted at: 11:56pm EDT

iTunes Offers A Little Something "Extra" I still haven't caught up with the first series yet, but HBO has just offered the first episode of series two of Ricky Gervais' EXTRAS as a free download through the iTunes Store.

Not really sure why, but HBO has this technically marked as a PODCAST, and NOT a TV show (perhaps it's to keep the filesizes small, since Apple seems to demand a much higher resolution for their TV episodes than the iPod can display).  Long story short, it will show up in your VIDEO PODCAST menu (oh, and you can still download and watch the episode even if you DON'T own an iPod-- iTunes works just fine).

Category:general -- posted at: 10:31pm EDT

Beesley: The Vampire Slayer?
So we've already had a special Ivan Reitman directed episode, a Ricky Gervais written episode, and we're still awaiting the J. J. Abrams directed episode to hit sometime soon.

News hit the blogs this week that none other than "Mr. Firefly/ Buffy/ Astonishing X-Men" himself, JOSS WHEDON, is now onboard to direct an episode of The Office as well.

According to Televisionary:

Rumor has it that Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator and TV ubergod Joss Whedon will return to television to direct an upcoming episode of NBC's hit sitcom (and Televisionary obsession) The Office.

The move marks Whedon's first return to the small screen since the release of Firefly feature film spinoff Serenity. Before that, the prolific creator wrote and directed a number of episodes on Buffy, Angel, and Firely (and wrote his fair share of Roseanne scripts as well).

Entertainment Weekly verified the rumor yesterday, so it seems a lock.

What, if anything, will Whedon bring to our favorite work-space?  Only time will tell. 
Category:general -- posted at: 7:36pm EDT

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