Episode # 73 -- "Blackmail, etc." Episode # 73 of THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID finds both Matt and Kevin stealthily hiding their green envelopes. One MILL-yun dollars! Creed needs a new helicopter, and there's only one way to get it-- blackmail, baby! Oscar's sex tape, Andy's tramp stamp, Meredith's child support fraud, Kelly's twitter report... who will survive once these secrets get out? One thing's for certain- Flenderson WON'T be coming to anyone's rescue. Incidental music provided by the Podshow Podsafe Music Network. Email us at TWSSpodcast @ gmail.com, or leave a comment on our blog page at TWSSpodcast.com. iTunes reviews are always appreciated! Help spread the word! Also, PLEASE help support the show by signing up for a FREE 14-day trial of Netflix. Instantly watch every episode of the office from the comfort of your laptop, desktop, or xbox360-connected TV. Go to http://www.netflix.com/twss to start your free trial today. Also, check out http://www.audible.com/shesaid for a free audiobook download credit.
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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:13pm EDT

The Office Season 5 DVD Details
Here are the details of the forthcoming Season 5 DVD for The Office. The set will be released on September 8th.

5 discs, 606 minutes; $59.98 SRP; Anamorphic Widescreen; English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; English and Spanish Subtitles

Bonus Material:

-Weight Loss Commentary with Randy Cordray, Michael Gallenberg, Brian Wittle, Nick Carbone, Ben Patrick, Alysia Raycraft, Kelly Cantley, and Jake Aust

-Business Ethics Commentary with BJ Novak, Peter & Vartan, and Sergio & Alan

-Employee Transfer Commentary with Dave Rogers, Anthony Farrell, Veda Semarne, Chuck Canzoneri, Kyle Alexander, and Phil Shea

-Customer Survey Commentary with Stephen Merchant, Paul Lieberstein and Mindy Kaling

-Moroccan Christmas Commentary with Kate Flannery, Angela Kinsey, and Brian Baumgartner

-The Duel Commentary with Rainn Wilson, Rusty Mahmood, Jennifer Celotta, and Dean Holland

-Dream Team Commentary with BJ Novak, Aaron Shure, Charlie Grandy, and Matt Sohn

-Michael Scott Paper Company Commentary with Jenna Fischer, Gene Stupnitsky, Lee Eisenberg, and Justin Spitzer

-Casual Friday Commentary with Creed Bratton, Mindy Kaling, Ellie Kemper, Brent Forrester, and Claire Scanlon

-Company Picnic Commentary with Paul Lieberstein, Ken Kwapis and Jennifer Cellota

Other stuff:

-Gag Reel
-Deleted Scenes on each disc
-Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Presents The Office
-Superbowl Ads
-Olympic Promos

Please help support the podcast by pre-ordering the DVD set through our Amazon link (located to your right), or by clicking HERE.

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

Oh the Humanity! Oscar Nunez Strips for The Proposal
by Kevin Crossman

If Ed Helms' turn in the megahit The Hangover is the highpoint for our summer hiatus for The Office, and if John Krasinski's turn in Away We Go is a middling effort... well, I think we've found our low-point. Oscar Nunez plays a male stripper in The Proposal.

Actually, this sounds like a good role for Nunez, who often shows versatility on The Office. It seems his character is a jack-of-all-trades in a small Alaska town, so when duty calls at bachelorette party...

The Proposal stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds and is sure to please this summer's underserved RomCom market. There's also buzz about Bullock and Reynold's humor-tinged nude scene. And, if the thought of Oscar's junk displayed on a giant screen is your thing then maybe this movie was made for you.  The Proposal opens on Friday.

Oscar talks more about the role in this interview.

Category:movies -- posted at: 6:33pm EDT

To celebrate the success of THE HANGOVER, and Ed Helms' return to THE DAILY SHOW as a featured guest, the guys over at Comedy Central Insider posted some "best of" video clips of Ed's time as a correspondent for TDS.

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
I Am Abe
Daily Show
Full Episodes
Political HumorJason Jones in Iran

Head HERE to see more clips.

Category:general -- posted at: 6:44pm EDT

We've been following "Away We Go" for many months now, and after a limited debut on June 5th, the film will start rolling out across the country very soon.

For those of you who have been living under a rock, rottentomatoes.com offers this summary:

Directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty) from an original screenplay by Dave Eggers and Vendela Vida, this funny and heartfelt film follows the journey of an expectant couple...  Directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty) from an original screenplay by Dave Eggers and Vendela Vida, this funny and heartfelt film follows the journey of an expectant couple (John Krasinski [The Office] and Maya Rudolph [Saturday Night Live), as they travel the U.S. in search of the perfect place to put down roots and raise their family. Along the way, they have misadventures and find fresh connections with an assortment of relatives and old friends who just might help them discover home on their own terms for the first time. The movie features the music of Alexi Murdoch.

So far, reviews have been mixed yet decidedly positive-- it's currently sitting at 65% "Fresh" on the RottenTomatoes page, and at a slightly more worrying 57% on Metacritic.

Critical icon Roger Ebert gave the film 3.5/4 stars in his Sun-Times review today, calling it:

"...a film for nice people to see. Nice people also go to “Terminator Salvation,” but it doesn’t make them any nicer. “Away We Go” opened last week in New York and Los Angeles, and now rolls out after lukewarm reviews accusing Verona and Burt of being smug, superior and condescending. These are not sins if you have something to be smug about and much reason to condescend [...] If their characters find they are superior to many people, well, maybe they are. “This movie does not like you,” sniffs Tony Scott of the New York Times. Perhaps with good reason."

Have you seen "Away We Go"? Planning to? Give us your thoughts and impressions in the comments section.

Category:general -- posted at: 11:11am EDT

Ed Helms: Movie Star? By Kevin Crossman

After a series of small roles in films like Night at the Museum, Walk Hard, and Evan Almighty, a big time movie star moment is staring The Office's Ed Helms straight in the face. Helms is starring alongside Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis in director Todd Phillips' The Hangover opening on Friday.

In addition to the hilarious character poster, Helms is getting his song on with this very funny but not entirely safe for work trailer.

Have you seen The Hangover? What did you think? Is movie stardom in the card for Ed Helms?
Category:general -- posted at: 1:43am EDT

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