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Jenna Fischer (“Pam”) appears on ‘Ellen’ Friday, April 28th.
This will be Jenna’s first appearance on the Ellen show!
Other guests: Michael Douglas.
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W: Jennifer Celotta, D: Greg Daniels
Summary (NBC): When Dwight finds half a joint in the parking lot, he launches an official investigation. Pam issues a challenge to Jim and he does his best to follow through with it.Comments Off
Read Angela Kinsey’s (“Angela”) latest MySpace blog posting here.
She’s also posted new pics, including an adorable one of her and Rainn (“Dwight”)!
Lastly, she’ll appear on various XM stations Thursday morning.
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Show your admin some love! (Especially if he or she works for someone like Michael Scott.)
P.S. Check out MySpace on her computer monitor! This makes the second time that MySpace sneaks into the picture. (Here’s the first time … )
First of all, what the heck is The Joseph Podcast?
The Joseph Podcast is the creation of two college dudes — both named Joseph — who have been friends since 7th grade and are huge fans of The Office. Their podcasts usually revolve around normal everyday things, but tonight, they scored a 23-minute phone conversation with Angela Kinsey (“Angela”)!
You can find the podcast here.
As usual, Angela is very charming and funny. I’m sure Joseph and Joseph would have talked all night with her if they could! ;)
And yours truly (“Jennie from Palo Alto” on the audio) even got to contribute a question: “Who is the chief prankster on the set, and what was the best prank?”
Good job guys! (And isn’t Angela the coolest?)Comments Off
I’ve added TVGuide.com’s synopis of Casino Night, the season 2 finale, to my original supersizing post. If you don’t want to know the new details, don’t jump!1 comment
Just when you thought you couldn’t waste any more time watching Office episodes and fan vids over and over again, here comes a cell phone game!
Capturing the essence of the series is paramount to Indiagames, which says it aims to bring “petty behavior and zero productivity” to mobile. Players sit inside the Dunder Mifflin offices in Scranton, PA and play classic cubicle timewasters like Wasteketball (basketball with a wastepaper basket), paper football, and table-top golf.
Read the rest of the article here.