Fuller House. X-Files. Twin Peaks. Star Trek. Gilmore Girls. McGyver. Prison Break…the list of old TV shows suddenly getting the reboot or revival treatment goes on and on. And on. (Wait, what’s that?
Is John Krasinski the new Toby?
Actress Jenna Fischer reawakened The Office fans’ Jim-and-Pam feelings on last Wednesday’s Watch What Happens Live when she commented that there were parts of herself and Krasinski that were “genuinely in love” during the filming of the show.
The Office’s Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) will forever be remembered as one of the greatest couples — if not the greatest couple — on television, and Fischer told Andy Cohen that their swoon-worthy chemistry wasn’t all fake when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live Wednesday.
The American version of The Office employed a simple, piano-driven theme song that is inextricably tied to the show. It was made for the show by former Spirit singer Jay Ferguson, but a few existing tracks were also considered.
In his new memoir The Bassoon King, Rainn Wilson, the actor behind the inimitable Dwight Schrute, has a section titled “Random Office Memories,” in which he lists a bevy of pop classics that might have served as the show’s theme.
James Spader has played quite a spectrum of characters over his career. Thanks to his distinctive voice and deadpan humor, some of them fit together surprisingly well. One fan recently tested this theory by inserting lines spoken by Robert California, Spader’s character on The Office, into Ultron’s mouth. Somehow, it makes Ultron even scarier.
It’s a Dunder Mifflin #tbt: Jenna Fischer, who played Pam on The Office, posted a photo to Instagram on Thursday of herself, Angela Kinsey, Kate Flannery, and Ellie Kemper alongside a photo of the four of them five years ago.
“Five years ago, these crazy ladies helped me celebrate my bachelorette,” Fischer captioned the image. “Last night, we decided it was time to recreate the photo.”
Andy Buckley (Odd Mom Out) is going to play someone else who keeps our favorite leading man in check. Michael Scott’s old boss in The Office has been cast to play Jimmy’s agent in FX’s acclaimed, rauncy comedy You’re the Worst, EW confirmed. The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news.
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.
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