Steve Carell’s last season on ‘The Office’ September 22, 2010 | tanster| Steve Carell | 8 Comments Steve Carell talks about Season 7 being his last season on The Office.Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePinterestEmail Other posts you might like The art of improv Aug 15, 2007 Stuff magazine photo spread Dec 1, 2005 ‘Dan in Real Life’ giveaway Mar 15, 2008 Steve Carell and Anchorman cast on SNL Dec 14, 2013 8 comments sterlingrules September 20, 2010 Such a smart and clever man. I can’t wait! Justin September 20, 2010 Comical genius. Chris September 20, 2010 Steve is such a class act. Actually, I’ve been thinking the same thing…that Michael leaving gives the writers a good tangible thing to write toward. I don’t say this lightly when I say I think this season has the potential to be as good as the Second and the Third. Not that I mean to slight the other seasons because each has had spectacular moments.Regardless, thank you Steve for giving us all so many great moments over the past 7 seasons. Season 1 seems like 7 seasons ago! Karen September 20, 2010 I really enjoyed that interview and thought Steve was so genuine. I do believe this season could be one of the best. It’s going to be very emotional for all of us come next May. Claire September 20, 2010 [200-word limit] Sprinkles September 21, 2010 The work Steve has done with this character will live on so far beyond just this time. Watching the progress as they tackle this final season really strikes a chord re. the realisation that every scene that is completed is a step closer to the end now. Steve’s been nothing short of magic in this role and has brought so much joy with his work. I wish he could go on forever, but all good things come to an end. Thank you Steve! Andrea September 22, 2010 I really think Steve Carell is what has made “The Office” what it is. Sure the supporting characters are hilarious and necessary, but the show should really end after this season. Jim and Pam are together, obviously Michael will end up with Holly… there is no reason to recreate the awkwardness without Michael Scott. Great shows are classics when they end on top…. not because they are cancelled. Jerry October 28, 2010 I totally agree with Andrea. If they keep it going, I don’t think it will last another season. It can’t go anywhere. The main storylines we care about are going to be over after this season. I mean who really cares about the whole andy, erin, gabe love triangle. I can’t get into that whole relationship anywhere near what i did with jim and pam.