Reading Jenna Fischer

In the September issue of Esquire magazine, Jenna Fischer wrote an article called Ten Things You Don’t Know About Women.

Here is a video, created by Preston Conner and shot entirely on a camera phone, of various Office staff members (including Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, B.J. Novak, Kate Flannery, Charles Esten, Ed Helms, John Sparano, and Dan Beals) reciting from the article.

Warning: Definitely NSFW! It’s pretty raunchy stuff …

Tipsters: LJ Office community, Reid.


  1. I loved the Esquire article, but this…this is pretty much the best thing I’ve ever seen. Not only was it amazing in the first place, but then we had John Krasinski sitting on a man’s lap. And THEN we had a hot guy in a Red Sox hat.


  2. Did anyone notice that Rainn’s name is spelled wrong in the credits, it’s spelled Rainne and Carell has two R’s in it.

    Inside joke maybe?

  3. When I first read that article I was ROTF laughing. But this..this is the great…

    Yes John, get it all out of your system. :P

  4. I probably should have known better after Lollilove and the NSFW tag. But that was absolutely shocking.

    Are you sure that wasn’t Sarah Silverman?

    Not that it wasn’t funny — and I’m not saying I definitely did find it funny either — but I’m finding further affirmation that I’d rather date Pam Beesly than Jenna Fischer.

    And given that one is a fictional character and the other is a married, successful actress, I don’t think I have to concern myself with facing such a decision.

  5. Plain White Jim, your comment perplexes me. Now, I am in no way suggesting that you actually “go” for a married woman, but I, as a hetero female, find Jenna far more appealing than Pam. If nothing else, this article proves that she is eloquent, open, HILARIOUS, and liberal-minded. Strong, intelligent, LIBERATED women who have the courage and eloquence to speak out are pretty rare in this world. Jenna’s a treasure because she’s not afraid to get gritty, and it’s a smart kind of grittiness we’re talking about here. That’s pretty effin’ sexy. Good for her, don’t you think?

  6. Plain White Jim,

    Pam Beesly is sweet and kind and funny, but almost a little unrealistic. You just have to keep that in mind. I don’t know any women in real life like her. And why Pam over Jenna anyways? Pam isn’t very open and is a bit prudish in her ideals. Hell even Phyllis is more open than her (“yeah, you’d have to put out.”) It’s okay to like Pam because her character is really cute and likeable, but keep in mind that Jenna’s a real woman.

  7. My comments perplex myself as well. I’ll take whatever I can get, I don’t care.

    Either way, call me conservative (and I am), but I am finding myself lacking appreciation for the article the more I think about it. More disgusted actually.

    Different strokes y’all.

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