Midway through The Office’s run, the “Scranton Welcomes You” sign made iconic by the show’s opening credits was moved to the local mall because too many people kept stopping traffic to take their pictures with it.
When The Office debuted ten years ago, it was not a very good sitcom.
If you don’t know David Brent by now, you will never, never, never know him… ooooooooooooooo.
David Brent, Ricky Gervais’ signature creation from the original Office TV series, was a middle-manager at a depressing paper company who never gave up his dream to be a rock-star. Never!
For nine years, Angela Kinsey played television’s favorite high-strung, cat-loving accountant, Angela Martin, on The Office. And though she, Kevin (Brian Baumgartner), and Oscar (Oscar Nunez) may have butted heads on the show, in real life, she and the men of Dunder Mifflin’s accounting department share a real bond.
Oscar Nunez is coming back to TV.
This time, The Office alum will star alongside Happy Endings’ Eliza Coupe in the upcoming USA Network comedy Benched, about a corporate attorney whose breakdown leaves her working as a public defender. Nunez, who joins as a series regular, will play a colleague of Nina’s.
Little is known about Community’s season finale, but here’s some intel to chew on: One, it’s in two parts. Two, here’s one celebrity guest you can expect to see: B.J. Novak.
[Spoilers from Tuesday’s The Mindy Project]
Mindy Kaling loves a good romantic comedy, so it shouldn’t have been a surprise that Mindy Project’s winter finale last night culminated in a perfect rom-com moment: Danny kissed Mindy! And it was a longggg one! On a plane! After helping her try to win Cliff back!
Rashida Jones is going from Pawnee to the PD.
[Monday-night TV spoiler alert!]
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