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IGN talks to Angela Kinsey about MySpace, the accounting department’s starring turn in last summer’s webisodes, and the birth of Dwangela:
IGN: What was your reaction when you found out Angela and Dwight would be paired as a couple?
I remember that table read so specifically; so vividly. And I remember we read the end where you see the two Birkenstocks are like bumping Birkenstocks, and it’s revealed to be Dwight and Angela, and I remember John [Krasinski] being like, “Oh my god! You’re kidding me!”
Oh yeah, and she also talks so ever briefly about the season finale. :)
Link: IGN Interview: The Office’s Angela Kinsey
Long before their successes in Here Comes Treble and Scrantonicity, Kevin and Andy honed their vocal skills in high school.
Seriously, this is an actual photo of Brian Baumgartner and Ed Helms from their days in their high school chorale group. Yes, just like John Krasinski and B.J. Novak, Brian and Ed attended the same high school!
Brian told me the photo is “hardly cute,” but I beg to differ. (Can you spot them?)
Continue reading “High School Musical”
At an early age, we begin to realize there is a distinct difference between girls and boys. They look different, they smell different, and they certainly act different.
As we get older, the differences grow, but it stops grossing us out, and starts intriguing us.
What does this have to do with The Office?
Thursday night, we learned some new differences between men and women.
Continue reading “Tori’s Review: Women’s Appreciation”
Part two of my set visit report describes the process we observed in shooting ‘Women’s Appreciation.’
Note: Please forgive me if I ‘geek out’ a little on this part of the report; the whole process really fascinated me. And if I got any of the terms wrong, please let me know!
Continue reading “Office Set Visit Report: Part 2”
Here are a few photos of Kate Flannery at the 133rd Kentucky Derby’s Crown Royal Playboy Lounge.
Continue reading “Kate Flannery at the Kentucky Derby”
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Writers: Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, Director: Tucker Gates
Summary (NBC): Outrage breaks out in the office after Phyllis gets an unexpected eyeful from a flasher. Michael makes some important personal decisions when he takes the women on a special outing. Supersized, 8:36-9:19pm. (This is the episode we watched being filmed during our set visit!)
Continue reading “The Office: Women’s Appreciation, 3.22”
I just saw this over at GMMR — Moviefone has just posted a trailer of License to Wed, starring Robin Williams, Mandy Moore, and John Krasinski.
Link: License to Wed trailer
P.S. Can you spot Brian Baumgartner?
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