NBC has announced that Steve Carell’s final episode of The Office will be supersized to 50 minutes:
NBC announced today that it will offer extended versions of Steve Carell’s final episode of “The Office” as well as for “Parks and Recreation” on Thursday, April 28. “The Office” will see Carell off in an episode that night from 9:00 -9:50 p.m. (ET) and will continue with “Parks and Recreation” from 9:50 -10:30 p.m. (ET). “30 Rock” will follow from 10:30-11 p.m. (ET)
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper must be a fan of The Office; check out the press release posted today on his official site, which reads in part:
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced today the appointment of Michael Scott to serve as the new Director of Paper Distribution for the Department of Natural Resources.
Scott, of Scranton, Pa., recently announced he is leaving his job as the regional branch manager for Dunder Mifflin Paper. Scott has served in this position since 1994 and is moving to Colorado to join his fiancé, Holly Flax, who is returning home to care for her elderly parents.
Scott has a unique management approach, where he spends 80 percent of his time “distracting others,” 19 percent of his time “procrastinating,” and 1 percent of his time “critical thinking.”
Yesterday was Steve Carell’s last day of filming on ‘The Office,’ and Rainn Wilson tweeted: “NBC bought Steve this AMAZING cake for his going away party. (Many tears were shed.). Oscar’s in the BG – you can see it’s like 3 feet high!”