From Yahoo News:
Ed Helms is becoming a permanent fixture around “The Office.”
The actor, who has had a recurring role on the NBC comedy series, has been upped to a regular.
The Philadelphia Daily News chats with Kate Flannery about how the success of The Office has changed her life:
Not so long ago, the Philly-born actress wouldn’t quit her waitressing job until NBC picked up “The Office” for a second season.
“My boss said to me on my last day, ‘We were going to get you a cake, but you’ll be back,’ ” Flannery recalled during a recent NBC party in Pasadena, Calif., hours after learning the show had already been picked up for a fourth season.
“I’ve had a lot of almosts in my career,” she said.
MeeVee got the chance to talk to Ed Helms during the Golden Globes:
Who came up with “Big Tuna”?
I wish I could take credit for it, but Greg Daniels [wrote it], in the first episode of the season. I’m very happy about it, because it automatically puts me in character.You know only Andy would be like, “T’sup, Big Tuna?” It totally puts me there.
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A new entertainment site called HollywoodPressTV launched this week, and executive producer and host Steve Patterson writes:
… included in our premiere is an exclusive sit-down interview with Creed Bratton from The Office. The interview was a ton of fun …he was great. The best part — part of the interview was done with Creed in character … priceless.
See parts one and two of Creed’s interview here — find the videos in the right column.
That quirky, wacky Creed.
Warning: A tad NSFW for some slight profanity.
See Office cast members on these upcoming shows:
Never leave home without Dwight — carry him around with you always with this Dwight Schrute Bobblehead Pin!
Yes, the head is attached to the rest of the pin by a spring, so it bobbles.
The photo of the pin over at the NBC Store just doesn’t do it justice, so I’ve included a pic of my own here.
I’m also going to be giving away a couple of these little cuties right here at OfficeTally, courtesy of NBC.
Stay tuned …