The Incentive promos September 25, 2011 | tanster| The Office Promos | 9 Comments Here are two promos of The Office episode ‘The Incentive’ airing this week:Promo #2: Promo #1: And don’t forget a clip of The Incentive was shown during Ed Helms’ appearance on The Tonight Show.Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePinterestEmail Other posts you might like The Office: Suit Warehouse clips Jan 16, 2013 NBC promos of ‘Ben Franklin’ Jan 26, 2007 The Office: Last Day In Florida promos Mar 7, 2012 The Office: Couples Discount promos Feb 3, 2013 9 comments Leo September 26, 2011 Looks Great! Jamie September 26, 2011 I really can’t wait until NBC drops or moves Whitney. That show is just tearing our Thursday nights up…one of these things is not like the others. Nathan September 26, 2011 I think Jim got a haircut! Scotty_Danger September 26, 2011 I’m excited for this season. The one thing that threw me off about Promo 1 was that I’ve never heard a good thing about “Whitney.” Molly September 27, 2011 haha, I love that Andy is at the end with his tie flying up. He’s come a long way! Tan September 27, 2011 “Hi Dad”. Awkward much! bundle of awesome September 27, 2011 Pregnancy jeans Pam! theJFKshow September 27, 2011 I watched the first few minutes of Whitney and it was absolutely horrible.I’m excited for The Office and Parks this week though. I really hope Robert California isn’t there all season.. Why would the CEO be in Scranton everyday? Especially when Sabre is based out of Tallahassee.Also, I kinda like Andy as the boss. TobyFan September 29, 2011 I’m actually more excited for this week’s episode in some ways – last week was a lot of catching up, but this week things settle back into the “new normal.” I think in the last episode Jim said RC was dividing his time between Scranton and Florida, but also I had heard (at least originally) that James Spader was doing about 13 episodes (in any case, I love his character, so don’t mind if he’s around more).As for Whitney – I say give it a chance – if you’d only watched the very first episode of The Office, you probably wouldn’t have thought much of it either. Or Parks and Rec or Community, for that matter. None of those shows started on a high note, IMHO, and I love them now.