The Weekend Tally

New blogs this week

Other notable items

  • Angela on Megan Mullally: If you missed the show, here is the video.
  • New fanvid site: Welcome the latest addition to the OfficeTally Links Page: — a compendium of Office-based fan videos, maintained by Becca, quite an accomplished fanvid creator in her own right.
  • An Office Halloween: I’ve posted a bunch of Office-inspired Halloween photos that people have sent in. Bask in the creativity!
  • TV Squad photos of Office set: People are leaving some interesting comments on what they are noticing in the photos. Props to the props team for their amazing attention to detail!
  • Office Games Get Flash Make-Over: “NBC’s The Office Games has produced a flash-enhanced game … The new [games] feature cleaner graphics, enhanced sound and quicker relay times …” Read more here.
  • Messages from the cast: I’ve added Angela’s and Kate’s audio messages to the sidebar — find them in the “Notable Posts” list.
  • 48 hours with Rainn Wilson: A little blurb on what does Rainn like to do on the weekend. Thanks to Jill for the tip!
  • Wicked sibling rivalry: And lastly, Jenna Fischer appeared in a video entry for the Instant Films Festival in 2003, entitled The Girl’s Guide to Summer. “What’s a little bit smaller than a cow?” Thanks to Paula for the tip! (And here is a Behind the scenes clip that is also really fascinating …)

Access Hollywood on the Office set speaks to Steve Carell and Rainn Wilson on the set of The Office. Hilarity then ensues. Or as Steve Carell states, “If I’ve choked one person, I’ve choked fifteen.” And watch for Rainn Wilson’s direct challenge to Office fans!

SPOILER WARNING! The video may contain scenes and discussion from future episodes. Watch at your own risk. Comments may contain spoilers as well. You might as well just pretend like you never saw this post. (What post?)

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Thanks to Katherine for the tip!

New supersized Office airing Nov. 16

From the NBC press release:

NBC will return the Emmy Award-nominated “Scrubs” and move freshman comedy “30 Rock” to Thursday nights beginning November 30 to form a new two-hour 8-10 p.m. (ET) comedy block with “My Name Is Earl” and “The Office.” The change will follow a special super-sized night of comedy two weeks earlier on Thursday, November 16, with three 40-minute episodes of “My Name Is Earl,” “The Office” and “30 Rock.”

Read the full press release here.

No information yet on a title or synopsis of the Nov. 16th episode, but when I hear, I will be sure to post it!

SPOILER WARNING Comments may include spoilers. Read at your own risk.