Steve Carell may have left The Daily Show behind, but he’ll have another reminder of it on the set of The Office this season: Correspondent Ed Helms (pictured) is slated to appear in at least 10 episodes of the NBC comedy as a Dunder Mifflin employee. Says Office executive producer Greg Daniels of Helms: “He’s very funny, yet it’s not in a way that you go, ‘Oh, yeah, that’s Sitcom Character 7.’”
Posted July 28 2006 — 5:00 AM EDT
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