Pumpkin and photos by Kate Flannery’s friend Chris; stencil by Ultimate Pumpkin Stencils
A lolcat inspired by The Office Season 6 episode, Koi Pond:
Phyllis: When you fell in, did you flounder?
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Photos from the November 19th episode of The Office, Shareholder Meeting, start on the next page.
Writers: Warren Lieberstein and Halsted Sullivan
Director: Reggie Hudlin
Summary (NBC): It’s Halloween and the office plans a “Haunted House” for the children in the community. And at an important business meeting, Michael falls into a koi pond. Pam and Andy go cold calling to drum up more sales.
In a poll conducted October 29-November 2, Tallyheads rated this episode: 7.75/10
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Michael: Join your gangster pumpkin on his pallet truck of doom.
Darryl: This is a surgery with an octopus and a burn victim.
Darryl: Label yourselves or take what you get.
Jim: Yes, I am the popular social networking site known as Bookface.
Michael: Why is Christmas the only holiday that can have a message?
Michael: Who wants candy?
Michael: I can’t believe it’s yogurt.
Michael: Why would you date an amateur when you could date a professional?
Michael: Let me go get your stroller.
Michael: This is not the phone, this is real life, baby, and you gotta own it.
Jim: He’s trying to micro co-manage me. Or … co-micromanage me.
Andy: Now my head hurts. Feels like I held in a sneeze.
Michael: Jim and I got caught in a little flash rain, flash wind, flash lightning.
Meredith: I don’t think it rained. My hip would be throbbing.
Andy: Looks like somebody’s got a case of the “definitelys.”
Oscar: Did Michael fall into a koi pond?
Michael: I’m not going to bump, and it was not hilarious.
Jim: Truthfully, it wasn’t the way he fell in, it was how long it took him to get out.
Andy: My girlfriend, on a scale of 1 to Gisele, uh, a 9.
Andy: We put our baby in Pam. It doesn’t matter what Pam looks like.
Stanley: Michael, don’t listen to them. You just ignore their carping.
Dwight: They’re mocking you with wordplay!
Creed: Hey boss, did you find Nemo?
Oscar: Don’t you mean, ‘Koi Story’?
Phyllis: When you fell in, did you flounder?
Michael: I’m not usually the butt of the joke. I’m usually the face of the joke.
Michael: Who here has been koi ponded?
Andy: I love to dance …
Pam: … I love to watch him dance!
Phyllis: So now you’re comparing yourself to a cute, tiny animal?
Creed: Who’s your worm guy?
Andy: Omigosh, like a little magical foot just high-fived me!
Andy: Message received, little soybean.
Jim: I am a big, stupid goofball.
Michael: I just wanna say that I cannot believe that I walked into a koi pond. I mean, seriously. Walk much? Oh. I should wear a snorkel to the next business meeting that I go to.
Phyllis: Michael. You know, when you think about it, it’s not all your fault. I mean, who puts a koi pond in a lobby?
Michael: Well, you know what? You’re right, Phyllis, but I’ve been there before. I’ve seen that pond. This is the thing, I am a world class moron. That’s the problem.
Dwight: Michael, please. Stop it now. You’re embarrassing yourself.
Michael: It’s okay. We’re having fun. It’s actually not the first time I’ve been embarrassed by a pond. In high school, the girls volleyball team always used to throw me into the frozen lake. Four years in a row. Oh… it was freezing. No. No. No. Oh, this is even worse. Couple weeks ago, I went to get a new cell phone and I wanted one of those packages where you have the five, you know, the friends, friends and family thing, and the guy was like, “who are your five friends?” and I’m, like, “uh…,” I didn’t even know, I couldn’t even think. Oh my god, it was so embarrassing. I don’t even have Jan’s cell phone number, and I hate her! She won’t give it to me. I was like, “oh, I guess I’m a loser.” A loooooze-er. Too far! God! Thanks a lot, man. Thanks for the advice.
Kevin: Enjoying your nut?
Andy: Going by the Nard Dog curve, I’d say we nailed it!
Andy: I gotta get my goin’ out on.
Kevin: No, use QuickTime. Trust me, I’ve done this.
Jim: It’s a killer new dance move.
Dwight: Jim is my enemy, but it turns out that Jim is also his own worst enemy. And the enemy of my enemy is my friend. So Jim is actually my friend. But, because he is his own worst enemy, the enemy of my friend is my enemy. So actually Jim is my enemy. But …
Michael: Jim is jealous of me? Jim is jealous of me.
Erin: He’s like the coolest person I’ve ever met.
Pam: I actually do mean Marlon Wayans. Yeah.
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The Office’s Jenna Fischer gets in bikini shape for the cover story of Shape Magazine, released October 19th.
Jenna Fischer: Smart, Funny, and Fit
The Office’s Angela Kinsey updated her iVillage blog to talk about Emmys night adventures with her dad (including photo!), and winter fashion on The Office set:
… have you noticed how your fashion sense really takes a hit in the winter? Well, at least mine does. My good friend and costar, Jenna, and I will sometimes text or call each other with a description of our ridiculous outfits.
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Paul Feig has directed over a dozen episodes of The Office since Season 2, most recently the wedding episode, ‘Niagara.’
Austinist interviewed Paul this past weekend during the Austin Film Festival:
What’s coming up for you? You have more Office, we’re guessing.
Yeah, I’m probably going to do the season finale over there. Now I’m only kind of doing the big episodes. I just did the wedding episode.
Right. Did you get an insane amount of attention after that?
That was nice. That really did get a lot of…a lot of people saw it, which was really exciting for me. The Office runs really well now and there’s a lot of people, like a lot of the producers and the writers are directing now, which is great because they know the show. I was there last year as a producer/director, directing a bunch and then overseeing the transition of a lot of these people to directing, so I would kind of stand behind them and help them out. But now I feel like they’re kind of up and running. And it’s fun for me to change up styles. I love doing the fake documentary style and I have other projects in that similar genre, but it’s really fun for me now to be doing the Nurse Jackie’s and the Bored to Death’s, which are very stylized, more traditional filmmaking. I, again, love jumping around and all that. I don’t like to get too settled in one area because a) you’ll start to develop bad habits and b) you’ll just start to kind of forget how to do the other ones. So, for me, the perfect balance is to go from handheld documentary to very stylized with cranes and dollies and steady-cams and all of that.
Yeah, and you’ve also stopped by a number of other TV shows like Weeds and Mad Men.
Yeah, I’ve been lucky. I get to jump around to a lot of cool shows. I have to credit my agent. I have this amazing TV agent who I’ve been with–Renee Kurtz–for quite a while and she has always steered me to the best shows. She was the one that pushed me to do Arrested Development. She pushed me to do The Office; I didn’t want to do The Office ‘cause it was based on the British one, which I loved. I was like I don’t want to be involved with that. She was like, “You gotta do it. You gotta do it.” She pushed me to Weeds; she pushed me to literally every one of those shows. You know, given my own devices, I’ll sort of go into myself and work on my own projects. But directing for TV–other people’s shows–has been the third step of film school for me because I get to experiment. I get to work with amazing, talented people. Go into the writing rooms and work with these amazing actors: you know, Edie Falco, Steve Carrell, Tina Fey. It’s so mind-blowing and you never stop learning. You never stop learning. The juice I get from that…I love it.