The Office Season 6 spoilers and news

September 30: Mindy Kaling’s Twitter feed

Oh, Green Day, how I love you guys. Please let us use your song in our Christmas episode!

September 30: Ausiello Files

Question: Will we be seeing Jan at all this season of The Office? —Kevin
Ausiello: There’s nothing on the books, as we say in the biz, but Melora Hardin insists it’s happening. “I know I am coming back this season,” she tells me. “Hopefully we’ll find out who the baby-daddy is.”

Question: Office scoop, please! —Colin
Ausiello: The mob subplot we’ve been hearing so much about will kick in while Jim and Pam are on their honeymoon. “Without Jim and Pam around, Michael and Andy and Dwight are visited by an Italian American insurance salesman and they think that it’s a mob visit,” explains exec producer Greg Daniels. “And there’s no one around to tell them that isn’t likely. So they kind of deal with the mob in their own minds.” Meanwhile, when the newlyweds return the following week, Daniels says there will be a shift in the power dynamic in the office. ‘Jim has gotten more ambitious because of the baby coming and is bumping up against Michael a little more. The company is dealing with the recession. Branches are closing and there are possible other shakeups happening there.”

September 29: The Wrap

From The Wrap’s interview with The Office’s executive producer Greg Daniels:

How long would you like “The Office” to continue in its current incarnation? Could you see the show continuing with a mostly new cast, a la “ER”?
Mindy Kaling very early on made the comparison to “ER,” and I think it would be possible to keep bringing new characters in. Ed Helms’s Andy Bernard was introduced in season three, for example, and Ellie Kemper came on last year. In our premiere, we introduced three summer interns just for the episode, but by the end of it I was curious to see more of them. But it is hard to imagine the show without Steve and the current cast at its core. We are still several years away from having to think about it, and I have a good idea for a series finale episode, too.

Any chance of a “Parks and Recreation”/”Office” crossover? And how are things on the new show?
Things are great on the new show. Mike and I tinkered with things after our six-episode season one, and the reaction has been extremely positive. The show gets better and better every episode, which is tough for me as the pilot co-writer and director to admit. When we cast Rashida Jones on “Parks and Recreation,” though, I think we closed the door on a fictional crossover between the two worlds.

September 26:

According to, The Office Season 6 will comprise 27 half-hour episodes; this is one fewer half-hours than last season. Niagara, the wedding episode, counts as two.

September 26: Mindy Kaling’s Twitter feed

Very difficult to write a Christmas episode when it is 90 degrees in my house and my laptop is burning through legs.

So according to Jenna Fischer’s MySpace blog, we’ll have a Halloween episode and according to Mindy, a Christmas episode. YAY!

September 26: tanster

I have read a pretty detailed scene-by-scene description (nearly 1,500 words) of the wedding episode, ‘Niagara,’ and I can say emphatically that there are scenes that will make you cry, make you cringe, make you laugh, and last but not least, make you rewind and play over and over again. (And I’m not talking about the kiss.)

I can also say that of all the press that’s been done about this episode (EW cover story, Emmy interviews, etc.), there is one key scene that has not been mentioned AT ALL. Which is good. You still want something to be a total surprise, right? ;)

September 25: October 2 print version of Entertainment Weekly

Here are all the spoilers from the article:

In the “Passion Package Room” in a Niagara Falls banquet hall — actually the Smoke House restaurant in Burbank, whose wood-paneled walls have been covered with black-and-white photos of the thundering falls — guests for the Halpert party (or “Halpret,” as the sign endearingly misspells) rehearsal dinner are picking at the last bits of their teriyaki chicken as they turn their attention to the evening’s main event. It’s time for groom-to-be Jim (John Krasinski) to give his toast.

Even though Krasinski is just doing a quick run-through of his lines before cameras roll, the roomful of cast, crew, and extras lets out a genuine “Awwwww” when the star utters these words for the first time: “People told me it was crazy to wait that long for a date with a girl I worked with,” he says of bride-to-be Pam (Jenna Fischer). “But I think even then, I knew I was waiting for my wife.”

Moments later, a genuine gasp sucks the air out of the room when Jim, in a burst of excessive enthusiasm, commits a major faux pas by blurting out something that leaves his family — especially his uptight grandma, “Meemaw” — completely chagrined. Unfortunately, the man who comes to his rescue is Michael Scott (Steve Carell) … who tries to smooth things over with a speech of his own … by the time Krasinski finally raises his glass “to waiting,” most everyone on set is tearing up — from crying, laughing, or both at once.

Michael and crony Dwight Schrute, inspired by Wedding Crashers, will be trolling for hook-ups. Office fussbudget Andy Bernard will pursue his budding crush on receptionist Erin by hosting a hotel-room bash. “He was supposed to be sitting next to her at the wedding, but Kevin switched seats with her,” [Greg] Daniels explains. “So Andy’s furious about that.”

Tensions will mount between Pam’s parents when her dad (Leverage’s Rick Overton) brings a young new girlfriend as his date, while her mom (Port Charles’ Linda Purl) comes solo.

… uncomfortable moments will lurk behind every flower arrangement and place card, as when Kevin and Oscar are mistaken for a couple, and Michael ambushes the rehearsal with his stand-up act.

The cast got so caught up in the moment … that they ad-libbed some of their own heartfelt lines during the wedding shoot.

Season 6 as a whole … will focus more on office comedy than romance. With Jim and Pam out of the office, Daniels says “the balance of reason has been tipped,” prompting Andy, Dwight, and Michael to turn an innocent visit from an Italian-American insurance salesman into a potential Mob threat.

When Jim returns, he’ll shake up the power dynamic as impending fatherhood sparks his long-dormant ambition. He and Pam will also face questions of maternity leave and day care, not to mention a birth that should conveniently fall around February sweeps. For the record, producers swear they don’t know how the birth will go, let alone how much time off Pam will take, or if the audience will see much of the baby.

As for Michael’s angst-ridden love life, producers say he’ll find someone eventually — but not likely this season. (Amy Ryan’s goofball HR executive, Holly Flax, whom Carell calls “the real love of Michael’s life,” isn’t slated to return anytime soon.) Says Daniels: “Michael says something in [the wedding] episode like “This is going to be the most important wedding for this branch besides my wedding.”

… fans can count on seeing a first birthday (if not a second) for baby Halpert, as most of the cast is signed through Season 8; and Michael still has time to find love, because Carell is signed through Season 7. Krasinski and Fischer say they’ll stick around as long as the show does, while Carell isn’t quite as clear on his plans.

September 25: NBC

Synopsis for the Oct. 22 episode, ‘The Lover’:

PAM AND JIM RETURN FROM THEIR HONEYMOON AND GET SURPRISE NEWS FROM MICHAEL—Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) shocks Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) when he reveals the identity of the new woman he has been dating. Dwight (Rainn Wilson) apologizes to Jim for years of torment with a strange peace offering. Jenna Fischer, Ed Helms, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Oscar Nunez, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein, B.J. Novak and Ellie Kemper also star.

Tipster: Purse Girl

September 24: Entertainment Weekly

Spoilers from Entertainment Weekly’s cover feature on Jim and Pam’s wedding:

From the videos:

Jenna: The guys playing your brothers are back, my dad’s back, my mom.
John: You meet my mom and dad.
Jenna: I have a sister. Pam has a sister. Her sister’s name is Penny.

Jenna: I’ll say Kevin goes through quite an ordeal at our wedding. And Andy as well.

Jim: I’ll say Michael’s dating life has expanded beyond our wildest dreams.

From the article:

… the whole Dunder Mifflin gang tags along to the wedding, and that’s when the fun starts—including a rehearsal-dinner gaffe from Jim that will wreak some pre-ceremony havoc.

“When I got married, people told us, You have no idea where it’s going to come from, the thing that will go horribly wrong,” says exec producer Paul Lieberstein (a.k.a. HR sad-sack Toby). “That’s exactly what happens: Jim ruins his own wedding.”

September 23: Ausiello Files

Question: Got any Office relationship scoops — preferably relating to a couple that is not Jim and Pam? —Jen
Ausiello: Dwangela will eventually be reunited, according to both Angela Kinsey and Rainn Wilson. “They’re soul mates,” Kinsey told me on the Emmy red carpet. “They’re going to find each other.” Added Wilson: “I think they are destined to be together. I think it’s just a matter of when the writers need to dig that storyline back up and lay it back in.”

Question: Anything on The Office? 3… 2… 1… go! —Jason
Ausiello: Um… er… There’s footage of Jim and Pam’s wedding floating around, and Jenna Fischer’s seen it! “I have seen a rough cut of the wedding episode and [fans] will be satisfied,” she told me on the Emmy red carpet. And how ’bout the honeymoon footage? Will that satisfy us as well? “We’re not taking the cameras on the honeymoon. Sorry. That’s for us.”

September 23: Perry Smith

According to Perry Smith’s page, she is scheduled to appear (as Jim’s mom) in the Oct. 8 and Oct. 15 episodes.

September 23: TV Guide

More Jim-Pam Office wedding scoop, please! — Lynn

“There’s something nutty that happens at the rehearsal dinner,” Ellie Kemper (who plays the new receptionist, Erin) tells us, really emphasizing the word nutty. “It will become clear how smart that was, what I just said, when you watch it. There’s something that happens that’s nuts.” Any guesses? I say peanut allergy-induced anaphylactic shock — nothing is more hilarious, especially at a wedding.

September 23: TV Guide

From the Sept. 28 – Oct. 4 issue:

Inside The Office’s Wedding Day

The gang’s all there when Pam and Jim tie the knot on The Office October 8. The Niagara Falls wedding boasts an impressive guest list. “Everyone makes the trek up to Niagara Falls,” says Mindy Kaling, who plays Kelly Kapoor and co-wrote the episode with exec producer Greg Daniels. “We wanted it to be a full house.” In addition to all the regular characters, whom Michael (Steve Carell) gives the day off, Kaling says, “We have the most guests we’ve ever had in an episode.”

Seated in the pews will be Jim’s dad (played by CHiPS vet Robert Pine), mom (Perry Smith), and brothers (Tug Coker and Blake Robbins), along with Pam’s mother, Helene (Happy Days’ Linda Purl), grandmother (Peggy Stewart), sister Penny (Anna Camp) and college pal (Kelen Coleman).

Pam’s pregnancy provides ample shotgun-wedding jokes for Michael. “At this point, Pam’s like six months pregnant,” says Kaling, who commends actress Jenna Fischer for being “such a trouper this whole season, putting on her fake-pregnancy padding.”

The next week picks up in Scranton with Jim and Pam off camera on a honeymoon. Kaling’s character is still single, and spring will likely bring “a reversal in Kelly’s career status.”

Tipster: Stephanie

September 22: TV Guide

“I can promise you that it will work out for Jim and Pam and their wedding, that’s never in doubt,” [B.J.] Novak tells “It’s really about how they get there and what kind of memories they’re going to wind up with” … “We decided to go [with] the funny things about real life, fantasy meeting reality and making the best of unexpected problems. That’s sort of where we find our inspiration with Jim and Pam rather than will they, won’t they.”

September 22: NBC

Synopsis for ‘Mafia’ (Oct. 15):

A MAN IN THE MAFIA?—Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) meets with an insurance salesman that visits the office and is later convinced by Dwight (Rainn Wilson) and Andy (Ed Helms) that he is part of the mafia. Erin (Ellie Kemper) accidentally ruins Pam’s (Jenna Fischer) painting. John Krasinski, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Oscar Nunez, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein and B.J. Novak also star.

September 21: NBC

The Oct. 8th episode is called ‘Niagara’; the Oct. 15th episode is called ‘Mafia.’

Synopsis for ‘Niagara’ (Oct. 8):

JIM AND PAM TAKE THE OFFICE TO THE FALLS FOR A WEDDING TO REMEMBER–SPECIAL ONE HOUR EPISODE–The Office travels to Niagara Falls to celebrate Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam’s (Jenna Fischer) wedding under strict orders not to mention Pam’s pregnancy. Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell), Dwight (Rainn Wilson), and Andy (Ed Helms) all want to hook up with guests at the wedding and Michael and Dwight meet twins. Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Oscar Nunez, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein, B.J. Novak and Ellie Kemper also star.

Tipster: mrsay1

September 21: Watch With Kristin

Libby in Utah: The Office premiere was super, but please tell me that’s not the last we’ll see of Pam and Jim’s baby until it’s born.
No worries: the Jam baby will be present and accounted for throughout the season. In fact, the baby daddy, John Krasinski, tells us, “They have a very elaborate process for making sure Pam’s tummy grows at the right rate. It’s crazy–they put way more thought into the show than I do, obviously. I would have shot it and then been like, oh, we forgot about the bump! And the wedding episode is going to be really, really fun. It feels like a premiere, even though it’s our fourth episode in.”

Stella in Montpelier, Vt.: Quit skimping on The Office spoilers.
OK, here’s an intriguing tease: According to B.J. Novak, “Ryan gets into photography.” Wanna bet that Michael Scott finds some way to make that dirty and wrong?

September 18: TV Guide Magazine/h4>

Mindy Kaling, who plays The Office’s Kelly Kapoor told TV Guide Magazine how excited she is about a series of spin-off webisodes she directed for which feature her character, Kelly, new receptionist Erin (Ellie Kemper), Andy (Ed Helms) and Ryan (B.J. Novak) forming an all-girl band named Subtle Sexuality.

Yes, you read that right — a girl group with two guys! Debuting in mid-October, one of the three installments features a full-length music video shot on The Office set … We can also expect plenty of music and dancing at Jim and Pam’s wedding—a one-hour episode, airing October 8, written by Mindy and executive producer Greg Daniels. At Jim and Pam’s reception, Mindy says, “Andy does some dancing and singing that I think people will like.”

Tipster: mrsay1

September 18: tanster’s notes on the advanced screener of ‘Gossip’

Now that ‘Gossip’ has aired, I wanted to mention key differences between the advanced screener I received and the version that actually aired:

  1. When Andy lands in the refrigerator box, he feebly says “There’s no fridge in here” instead of “Parkour.”
  2. The Pam/Jim “shotgun wedding” talking head was replaced with the following:

    Jim: We have not told people about Pam’s situation.
    Pam (points to her tummy): My “situation.”
    Jim: Well, let’s be honest, you’re unmarried. Some dude knocked you up. That’s just the kind of thing that would be a feeding frenzy for all the yakity yaks in this office.
    Pam: We’re getting married in a few weeks, we’ll tell people then. I just, I don’t want to walk down the aisle and have people whispering, “there goes the fancy whore.”
    Jim: No. We want them to find out she’s a fancy whore when we’re good and ready.
    Pam: Exactly.

    This scene was brilliant, I wish they had kept it in!

  3. In the scene where Erin is taking dictation from Michael, and then Michael runs out of his office to chase after Stanley, Erin looks at the camera and says: “Is that the end of the letter …”
  4. A scene that was cut:
    Meredith: Hey, between you, me, and the wall, Pam is preggers.
    Ryan: Oh …. she’s gonna stretch.
    (This was the scene shown in these promo photos.)

September 17: TV Guide Both Dwight and Andy were vying for your affection last season. We hear you’ll just be Andy’s love interest this season.

Kemper: Yes. A love connection starts to develop between Andy and Erin. Andy initiates it and pursues it. In some of the stuff we’ve shot, we begin to see that play out, but it’s certainly not fully formed yet.

September 17: Jenna Fischer’s MySpace blog

Tonight is our Season Premiere!!!! The episode is called “Gossip”. Michael accidentally finds out something true about someone in the office and in order to protect the secret he starts spreading lies about everyone else. It is a fun episode. Very “classic” office.

Today we are shooting our 9th episode of the Season. This is the episode that will air over Halloween. Everyone is walking around in their costumes. It’s so fun! Mindy and ..Erin.. had to be here at 4:30am to start getting ready! Luckily I have a pretty easy costume so I didn’t have to come in until 7:30am. Whew! The crowd favorite so far is Oscar. He’s hamming it up too!

September 16: NBC

Here’s the synopsis for the October 1 episode, ‘The Promotion’:

THE RECESSION HITS DUNDER MIFFLIN — David Wallace (Andy Buckley) breaks the bad news that not everyone will get a raise this year. Dwight (Rainn Wilson) reaches his breaking point with Jim (John Krasinski) and looks to the rest of the office for allies. Pam (Jenna Fischer) would like cash instead of wedding gifts. Steve Carell, Ed Helms, Paul Lieberstein, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Oscar Nunez, Creed Bratton, Ellie Kemper also star.

Tipster: mrsay1

September 15: Scranton Times-Tribune

… future storylines include Michael freaking out over a meeting between Dunder Mifflin CFO David Wallace (Andy Buckley) and Jim (John Krasinski), and the employees becoming convinced that an Italian-American insurance man visiting the office is a mobster.

And then, of course, there’s the upcoming marriage of Jim and Pam (Jenna Fischer), who were last seen learning they were having a baby. The wedding will take place over the season’s fourth and fifth episodes, Mr. Lieberstein said, and will be set in part at Niagara Falls, where Mr. Krasinski and Ms. Fischer were recently seen filming scenes.

“That’s coming out really well. It’s pretty straightforward; it’s a wedding,” Mr. Lieberstein said. “It’s just our characters going through it, and things getting messed up.”

As far as plot developments for his own character go, Mr. Lieberstein said Toby will figure prominently in the second episode, when he and Dwight (Rainn Wilson) team up to find out if Darryl (Craig Robinson) is faking a worker’s compensation claim.

September 14: NBC

Here are photos from the second episode of Season 6, ‘The Meeting.’

September 14: Watch With Kristin

Melanie in Hartford, Conn.: Need Office scoop! You got anything that doesn’t have to do with Jim and Pam?

We’ll learn in the season premiere of The Office that someone at Dunder Mifflin has been having an affair, and for once it’s not village mattress Angela.

September 13: Entertainment Weekly

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From Entertainment Weekly’s Fall TV Preview issue:

The beginning of season 6 centers on Jim (John Krasinski) and pregnant Pam (Jenna Fischer) scrambling to get married before Pam starts to show. (The wedding episode airs Oct. 8). “They decided to have a wedding at Niagara Falls with the hope that the drive would keep people away,” says exec producer Paul Lieberstein, “but Michael [Steve Carell] gives everyone Friday and Monday off, so everybody goes.” Pam will give birth before the season’s end, but the writers haven’t settled on a gender. Asks Lieberstein, “Do you have any requests?” Boy or girl, just keep it away from Creed. (Sept. 17)

Tipster: Cat

September 11: tanster

NBC was nice enough to send me The Office Season 6 premiere, ‘Gossip.’ Here are my thoughts:

  • After watching the cold open, I had to look up a word at Wikipedia that I had never heard of before. Mark my words, this Thursday night, people are going to be asking, “What did they say? What does – – – – – – – mean?”
  • For fans who love old school Office, this one’s for you!
  • Paul Lieberstein (writer and director of ‘Gossip’), you are very clever in the way you weave a story.
  • A terrific start to the season!

September 11: USA TODAY

It’s all about Pam and Jim (John Krasinski), and their little bundle of joy, this fall. The longtime loves will tie the knot and welcome a baby, which pushes Jim to secure his family’s future. “He’s going to try to advance at Dunder Mifflin, and that’s going to threaten Michael,” says producer Paul Lieberstein … Dunder Mifflin also will find itself on the verge of collapse, providing plenty of fodder for a good old-fashioned Michael Scott freak-out. As for Pam and Jim’s wedding, co-executive producer Mindy Kaling (who plays Kelly Kapoor) says to expect plenty of antics. “I was watching the Ross and Rachel episode of Friends where he said her name accidentally at his wedding (to Emily), so I know NBC has this rich tradition of wedding episodes.”

Tipster: Purse Girl

September 9: Ausiello Files

Question: Is there a possibility this season that Andy and Oscar will become a couple on The Office? A recent NBC promo seemed to hint at that. — Sarah

Ausiello: I haven’t seen the promo you’re referring to but I have seen the premiere, and I can confirm that Andy finds himself wrestling with the very real possibility that he likes both girls and boys. And because I know you’re dying for some Jim/Pam scoop, let’s just say the episode features one of the most unique and funny pregnancy reveals I’ve ever seen on TV.

September 9: E! Online

… Anna Camp, the sexy and scandalous reverend’s wife from True Blood is heading to Scranton to be a part of TV’s most anticipated wedding in recent years.

… Anna will join the Dunder Mifflin Niagara Falls nuptials playing Pam’s sister Penny.

September 9: TV Guide

Will there be any new couples this season on The Office? — Keith

MICKEY: Yes, there will be! I have it on good authority that Erin, Dunder Mifflin’s new receptionist, will find love this season. The hilarious season premiere, which is about gossip, reveals that at least one employee is pregnant, one is cheating on his or her partner, and one is questioning his or her sexuality.

September 5: iTunes Store

Synopsis for Season 6:

Are those wedding bells in the air? Is that the pitter-patter of little feet on the office floor? Has Michael turned mafia boss? With Dunder Mifflin on the brink of bankruptcy, who knows, he may just have to — or maybe it’s just time to replace the Dunder Mifflin leadership. And since Pam Beasly [sic] is now a sales representative, you can bet that is bound to set off a chain reaction that will affect the entire office. Everyone’s favorite workplace comedy is back, and the surprises are running on overtime. Don’t miss the new season; it all starts with a jaw-dropper.

Tipster: Carlos

September 1: OfficeTally

In case you missed it, here are some photos and promos from ‘Gossip.’

September 1: Ausiello Files

Actress Linda Purl has been cast as the role of Pam’s mom.

September 1: The Office Cast Bios

Ellie Kemper’s bio has been added, but Melora Hardin’s bio has been removed. Hmm …


  1. I think if Holly sticks around, Jan will make good drama. I don’t think they did enough with her after the baby.

  2. This is good news.

    The Jan storyline was very significant and there’s no closure there. Just an emotionally cryptic “Don’t date Holly”?????

    They can’t leave such a significant character like that.

  3. Ms. Levenson– Season 2 Ms. Levenson– you are needed. Badly. Come home (and be sane, please!)!!!

    “Just call me Levenson in the mornin’, baby…”

  4. Yay, we get to see Jan again! Hopefully more than once a season.

    Jan is a good foil to Michael/Holly. If she turns out to be Michael’s babymama after all, the writers can easily weave her in and out of the show every so often without needing a contrived reason. She can be a presence in Michael and Holly’s relationship even off-camera. Happy soulmate couples can get boring very quickly.

  5. Yey for Jan being back! I’ll second the “no crazy Jan, please”. The “that’s funny” put down to Holly was the only real Jan moment in the entire Baby Shower episode. The last episodes just seemed as if they were thinking “how unlikable can we make Jan so Holly seems the best choice”.

  6. I’m in favor for Jan coming back, but only if her storyline comes full circle. It hasn’t yet, and it was frustrating that it didn’t happen in Season 5, so hopefully it’ll happen next season.

  7. Did anyone see TV Guide’s “Guide to 16 season finales”? The Office is on there. Just a heads up, there’s kind of a big-ish spoiler in it- not sure just HOW spoiled you all want to be.

  8. I had a feeling we were not going to see a JAM wedding this season. Oh well. I’m really interested with holly coming back if we will ever find out what was in that letter that michael stole off her computer.

  9. Honestly, I like Jan as a character, but she’s the most irritating over-talker on the dvd commentaries. Perhaps a rider could be written into her contract excluding her from them! Has anyone else noticed that? I wish Creed would be more active in commentaries.

  10. (to clarify, I’m criticizing Melora Hardin’s commentary skills, not Jan’s strength as a character.)

  11. I think you Jan-haters are forgetting one of the best episodes of season 4 – The Dinner Party. More please!

  12. I’m not a huge Jan fan (I miss season two Jan) although, Nazy is right- she was great in Dinner Party.

  13. Jan’s character is flush, so as long as what they do is reasonable, I’m okay with it.

  14. I’m very happy and quite surprised to see how excited people are to see Jan return! I’ve always been a M/J follower and have been anxiously awaiting for her to return. I’m just happy to see people actually DID like her. I would just love her to break down, so we can understand why she is the way that she is.

  15. Am in total agreement with Peter about Melora’s commentaries -they never fail to annoy me. But I do enjoy Jan as a character most of the time.

  16. Season 6 will be great!! They Have to bring Todd Packer back! It’s so funny the way he thought Jim was gay!

  17. I wish Holly would come back – I liked Jan until she was no longer with DM. Her relationship with Michael became just plain abusive at that point, and hard to watch. But Holly was so sweet and brought out a side of Michael that wasn’t so yappy little dog-ish.

    I love the show, by the way.

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