Michael Scott and David Brent: best friends forever

A recent Sunday edition of the Chicago Tribune included a short Q&A with Ricky Gervais, star and producer of the original UK version of “The Office,” as well as executive producer of the US version.

The final question of the article was:

What do you think David Brent [boss of the BBC’s “The Office,” played by Gervais] and Michael Scott would enjoy doing together?

Ricky responds:

Getting drunk and showing off. It would be like Bill and Ted or “Dumb and Dumber.”

Now wouldn’t that be a splendid episode! Maybe they would meet and become friends at some international paper convention …

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OfficeTally goes mobile!

Do the following two conditions apply to you?

  1. Own a Web-enabled cell phone or PDA
  2. Can’t bear to be without the latest OfficeTally news for a single minute

Then I’ve got a remedy for you.

Just point your mobile browser to http://www.officetally.com/mobile.htm — this is essentially the OfficeTally feed, but optimized for the small screen.

Mind you, I’ve only tested it with my Treo 650’s Blazer browser, so if you are of the mobile persuasion, please help me test it out, and post a comment if you run into any issues. Thanks!

John Krasinski at Marquee NY on May 4

Just received this in my email:

Death Cab For Cutie Screens Innovative “Directions” Anthology

“DIRECTIONS,” the innovative anthology from Death Cab for Cutie, will screen at Marquee (289 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10001) on Thursday, May 4th at 8 p.m. to coincide with the Tribeca Film Festival. The band will be in attendance and the screening will be hosted by Will Arnett of “Arrested Development” and John Krasinski of “The Office.”

Read the full press release here.

I went over to Marquee’s website to look for ticket purchase information, but no luck.

John Krasinski in person. You lucky New Yorkers!

See a complete list of events in the calendar.