Tallyhead Jaclyn reports, “I was at Barnes and Noble today, I passed by this little gem. Intentional or not, I see some major copyright infringement on Michael Scott!”
(In The Office episode Golden Ticket, Michael says “I have an idea for a fancy men’s shoe store called Shoe La La. And it’s just men’s shoes for the special occasions in a man’s life. Like the day that you get married, or the day your wife has a baby, or for just lounging around the house.”)
Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich met Ed Helms on a visit to The Office set today.
Lee tweeted “Everyone should have a chance to meet their doppelgänger” and then posted this photo!
Tipster: Mike B.
Posted with permission by Thomas Stanley
Michael: You can use the conference room as a temporary workspace.
Dwight: Yes! I have an office. Bigger than his.
Michael: Nope, you cannot use it.
Dwight: Okay, I take it back. It’s a workspace.
Michael: Temporary workspace. You can use it.
Dwight: Thank you.
Nom, nom, nom.
Measuring 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall, this two-pound bar of milk and dark chocolate showcases the Dwight Schrute bobblehead and the message “Happy Holidays from Our Office to Yours.”
As Kevin would say, niiiice.
Credit: NBC Store
Seen last weekend at The Mall at Steamtown, Scranton:
Check out the base of the tree: “Michael, why did you have to get it so big?”
Posted with permission by Tallyhead jetsnow
The Office Bar and Grill, Boise, Idaho. Wonders jetsnow, “I feel like there has to be an NBC trademark violation going on here…”
From Richmond Virginia’s WTVR.com:
HENRICO COUNTY — Henrico Police are looking for a person seen wearing a green “Dunder Mifflin” shirt in surveillance video shot inside a West End Little Caesar’s.
Dunder Mifflin is the fictitious paper business used as a setting for the NBC sitcom “The Office.”
Police say early on the morning of July 25, 2010, four people got inside the Little Caesar’s located at 9730 Gayton Road in the Gayton Crossing Shopping Center.
Police say the suspects stole food, vandalized the store and tried to pry open the cash registers.
Three of the four subjects had their faces covered.
One person did not.
Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to call Henrico County Division of Police at 804-501-5000 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.
His expression says it all. See the surveillance video here.
Found at the Vancouver Library:
(From FAIL Blog)
I don’t know, looks like a winner to me! :)
Tipsters: Matthew, Leonora