In a video clip from last week’s upfronts, Kristin Veitch speaks to Rainn Wilson about lingerie, mind control, and the future of Dwangela. And yes, Kristin is a shameless hussy.
Find the video clip here; find the transcript here.
Thanks to GMMR for the tip!
Note: the video and transcript are no longer available.
“For Your Consideration” DVDs have been emailed to Emmy voters, and like clockwork, they are now appearing for sale on eBay.
The Office Emmy DVD includes two of our favorite episodes, Christmas Party and Booze Cruise.
Here is one eBay listing; anyone here care to bid? Lori? :)
Thanks so much to Me=Lion. You=Dead. for this great find!
After several schedule changes, it looks like we’ll only get to watch one Office episode tonight — Sexual Harassment. (A rerun of the Will and Grace series finale airs at 8pm, followed by My Name is Earl and The Office.)
- This episode was written by our favorite temp, B. J. Novak.
- This episode is the only one that has ever been introduced with a viewer discretion warning. Jenna Fischer (“Pam”) mentions this distinction with pride during an early TV Guide podcast.
- Jim introduces his real girlfriend in one of my favorite talking heads ever.
- Dwight asks Toby a question that no HR rep should ever be expected to answer.
- Pam’s mom makes an appearance!
- And, of course, the office gets a visit from the inimitable Todd Packer.
There is a little blurb in next week’s TV Guide (page 26) from Jenna Fischer, in response to the question “Were Pam and Jim really ready for that big kiss in the Office finale?”
We discovered the plot when we first read the script aloud at the table reading. When we got to the part when Jim told Pam he was in love with her, I screamed out “What?!” I vacillated between being the actress reading Pam’s words and the viewer reacting to it. John Krasinski [who plays Jim] and I had been arguing vehemently with the writers about whether they should kiss in the final episode. We had been fighting against it, in theory. We thought it was too early. But when we read Steve Carell’s script, it was so perfect. We immediately got on board. I heard they were going to have us kiss, but the confessional completely took me by surprise. I don’t know what’s going to happen next. Pam may come back next season married to Roy. But if Pam was going to do nothing, I don’t know if she would call her mother and say she kissed another guy.
Kate Flannery (“Meredith”) was the first guest of NBC10’s 10! Show in their new studio yesterday.
The most important thing I learned? — how to mix a “Meredith Palmer”! ;)
View the video here.
(Thanks for the link, Kate!)
Neil over at the LiveJournal Office community is reporting that Creed and Madge (from the warehouse) now have MySpace pages!
Hopefully we will receive official confirmation from Jenna or Angela that these are the real deals …
The Dartmouth details alumna Mindy Kaling’s (“Kelly”) busy career as a writer and actor.
Read the full article here.
Thanks to EDK for the tip!
The NBC Office website states that webisodes are coming July 13th! I will update the Calendar pronto.
Thanks to OT reader Becky for the tip — excellent catch.