So I missed the very end. Did Dwight ever make an offer on the office building?
(Even being “rich beyond his wildest dreams,” I doubt he has enough to plausibly make a downpayment on an office park. But knowing the writers of this show, by next season Dwight will be Dunder Mifflin’s landlord, and top salesman.)
Michael: [Stands in front of Pam, making elaborate gestures]
Pam: Frighteningly, I know exactly what you mean.
Michael: [whispers] Meet me at Meredith’s van in 5 minutes.
Pam: You didn’t have to say it.
The bit with the IT guy at the end seemed… like they were fulfilling a contractual obligation for the actor. Like they promised to give him a scene that featured him for 90 seconds, or something. Stupid and forced.
Didn’t Jim once ask Dwight something along the lines of “If you could do anything you wanted, anything at all, what would it be” and Dwight mentioned something about working for a paper company and making $80,000 a year.
I had a LOL moment when Ryan sent himself a Woof. All the pop up screens on his computer, the fax machine fired up, his phone beep (probably both texts and emails) and then Erin on speakerphone “Ryan you have a woof on line 1”.
Michael read a statement to the press for Jo, who had opened up to Michael that she hated the fact that she sold cheap printers. Michael said that they, (Sabre), were sorry for their laps in judgment and candor, and made a recall
Jo, appreciating Michael stepping in to talk to the press, told him to give her a shout if there was anything she could do. He mentioned transferring Holly back from Nashua. Jo said; “Let me see what I can do.” I just watched the end 5 times, the look on Michael’s face after that really shows that he’s overcome with the possibility of Jo looking into it, and it actually possibly happening.
I’m not saying this out of joy to maybe get to see Holly again. I liked it because It’s been a while in the show where there’s a scene of that they just show the silent reaction of the character, and I must say pretty well. I like and miss the ‘old-school’ subtlety that I think is lacking a bit. I think Michael’s been much more tolerable these past few episodes too.
I think Andy WAS brave for doing what he did, the things caught on fire.
That was just to show that even David Wallace was talking w/ the press. The joke is that they were hunting for a whistleblower, but there were like five or six different people that had blabbed to the press in some form or another.
I thought that too, but when Jo spoke to the camera, it, (In my mind), showed that they wanted and were close to wait to address it before it got out.
That camera crew would step in you think? What I’m saying is, it doesn’t seem like if there IS “The Office Doc.”, that it’s ‘out’ yet… If they just waited a little longer, they would have had it under control, even with the bit with Andy and Darrel. You have control over it if you nip it in the butt before anyone says anything.
I thought tht was probably my favorite scene. I think it was the “lampshade” moment of “Oh yeah we introduced this character this season but didn’t do anything with him… let’s give him a funny exit scene”
“I think his name is Shadow or Garth… something weird like that.”
I don’t want to become the guy who points out all the things that don’t make sense every week, but really? Last week Dwight says “I don’t have $30,000 lying around” (regarding the Angela contract thing) and this week he’s thinking of buying an office building?