Geeks in the sky

Rainn WilsonSouthwest Airlines Spirit Magazine: “It’s a good time to be a geek, and few people have reaped the benefits more than Rainn Wilson. Best known for playing Dwight Schrute, the beet-farming assistant (to the) regional manager on The Office, the three-time Emmy nominated actor spoke with Spirit about how his geek past helped him get ahead.”

Link: The Geek Shall Inherit The Earth By Saving It

Ed HelmsAmerican Airlines American Way Magazine: “There’s never been a better time to be a nerd — just ask Ed Helms. Last summer, the former The Daily Show with Jon Stewart correspondent dominated the box office as browbeaten dentist Stu Price in The Hangover. And this month, he’ll reprise his role as Cornell University– educated kiss-up Andy Bernard on NBC’s The Office.”

Link: Geek Chic

Tipsters: What’s Second Base?, Abbey in PA

The Office wedding Q&A with Mindy Kaling

Here are the answers to your questions about last week’s wedding episode, Niagara — courtesy of The Office’s writer/producer/actor Mindy Kaling.

Mindy wrote “I answered as many as I could while on set — we’re shooting the Christmas episode right now. I’ve loved reading all the feedback about the episode!”

Thank you so much, Mindy!

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The Office wedding fuels prison attack

From the Sheboygan Press:

Not everyone loves Jim and Pam. The popular characters from “The Office” sitcom on NBC were finally married on Thursday’s episode, but a criminal complaint filed Monday says one Sheboygan County Jail inmate wanted to watch something else so much she attacked another inmate.

Two inmates were watching “The Office” when [Shacoya] Crawley, 18, of Oshkosh, approached them and said she wanted to watch something else. When the inmates refused to hand over the remote, Crawley pulled the hair of a 33-year-old woman and struck her in the face.

Link: Sheboygan County inmate charged with attack over ‘The Office’