Tori’s Review: Local Ad

Michael Scott may have a small mind, but he certainly has big dreams.

In “Local Ad,” Corporate gives Dunder Mifflin Scranton the opportunity to shoot a five second tag for the national ad so customers can put a few faces with the name. Easy enough. I bet the kids over in Utica didn’t have too much trouble getting the job done.

But, one thing Scranton has that other branches don’t — Michael Scott.

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Tori’s Review: The Job

In the wild, when animals want to mark something as theirs, they scamper over and pee on it.

Not to sound like Dwight, but women can sometimes be like animals.

Last week, Pam confessed her feelings for Jim. This week, Karen made Jim get a haircut. I will admit a haircut is a much cuter way to mark territory than urine — but still.

Big questions needed to be answered in the season finale. Who would get the corporate job? What would Jim say about Pam’s confession? What was the BIG development between Michael and Jan? Was Andy still stuck in the weeds?

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Tori’s Review: Women’s Appreciation

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.

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