In this first deleted scene from The Office episode, China, Michael tries to make his point on China.
Writers: Halsted Sullivan and Warren Lieberstein
Director: Charles McDougall
Summary (NBC): After reading an article about China growing as a global power, Michael decides China must be stopped before they take over the US. Everyone in the office complains about Dwight’s building standards and Pam threatens to move Dunder Mifflin to a new building.
Departing Office star Steve Carell is staying in the NBC comedy business as a writer. The Peacock has bought a half-hour, single-camera project from the actor-comedian based on his early days working as a mail carrier in Littleton, Massachusetts.
Fans’ suggested names for Steve’s new show:
- Going Postal (APKeatonLunchbx)
- Post Office (Cindy)
I have a dozen of The Office 2011 Calendars to give away, courtesy of Trends International and Andrew McMeel.
How should I give them away?
- Wallpaper design contest: we could have categories for desktop, iPhone, and iPad, for example. (Our last wallpaper contest was in 2008.)
- Trivia contest: answer a “trivia question of the day” about The Office to win a calendar.
Do you have other ideas, especially ones that are easy to organize? Thanks!
NBC’s spring preview includes a goodbye to The Office’s Michael Scott (Steve Carell). Fast forward to 15:58.
“Steve, don’t leave…”
Seen last weekend at The Mall at Steamtown, Scranton:
Check out the base of the tree: “Michael, why did you have to get it so big?”