Archive: OfficeTally Exclusives108 comments
I was honored and thrilled to play a small role in the last episode of The Office, Finale.
Here are my notes about this surreal and once-in-a-lifetime experience!
For the full listing of my 2013 set visit content, go here.42 comments
I visited The Office set the week of March 11, 2013, while they filmed the series finale episode, Finale.
Here are links to all my reports:
- First day of my visit
- Watching Greg Daniels and Ken Kwapis collaborate
- My role in The Office series finale
- Jen Celotta Schrute
- Photos of Dwight’s office
- In the writers room
- In the editing bay with Claire Scanlon
- The rest of my set visit photos
- My photos from The Office series finale wrap party
- Post wrap party
Who played the adorable baby Phillip?
Is it “Beesly” or “Beesley”?
And what’s the heartfelt real story behind Jim’s card to Pam?
These questions answered and much, much more, in OfficeTally’s final Q&A (*sniff*) with the awesome director and editor of A.A.R.M., David Rogers.
David not only answers your questions but he goes super in-depth with lots of behind-the-scenes details!
Best. Q&A. Ever. Thank you, Dave!18 comments
Here are a few more photos from my March 2013 set visit!
For the full listing of my 2013 set visit content, go here.52 comments
I don’t usually make a big deal out of OfficeTally’s birthday, but with this being the farewell season of The Office, I’m feeling super sentimental.
On this occasion, I want to share with y’all the very first fan letter I wrote to The Office. Back in October 2005!
This was to B.J. Novak, about one of my all-time favorite episodes, The Fire,
which B.J. wrote.
Here are photos of The Office set I took on January 19, 2012 (I was able to roam freely around the bullpen — they were filming Last Day In Florida in a different building that day) and March 6, 2012 (filming the Season 8 finale, Free Family Portrait Studio).
As I requested in an earlier post, I asked you guys if you had any photo requests, so I tried to snap as many of those as I could; thanks for all the great ideas!3 comments
(From tanster: thank you to Kim for sending this report from this year’s Halloween costume contest on The Office!)
The Time has come…the souls have risen!
“The Fourth Annual “Ghost of” Michael Scott Dunder Mifflin Scranton Office Fun for the Zombies Burial of the Cast and Crew Halloween Costume Contest for the Doldrums cure!”14 comments
In this final Q&A of the season, Rainn Wilson and Justin Spitzer, lead actor and writer of the episode ‘Dwight K. Schrute, (Acting) Manager’ answer your questions about piranha casting, Megadesk 2.0, the Dwight/Kevin massage scene, and much more.
A big thank you to Justin and Rainn!
(Also, there might be a surprise cameo in there. You just never know.)
And now, without further ado, here is the Q&A…