Classy Christmas Q&A with Mindy Kaling

Here’s the complete four pages of Mindy Kaling’s answers to your questions about the Season 7 episode, Classy Christmas!

In her customary witty and hilarious style, Mindy provides insight into the comedic quality of snow, Kelly’s more upscale wardrobe, and why Dwight was so mean to Jim.

Randy (producer), Kim (hair), and Alysia (wardrobe) answer a few questions as well.

Thanks to Mindy, Randy, Kim, and Alysia for the behind-the-scenes-scoop!

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Is this Mindy Kaling’s last season on ‘The Office’?

New York Magazine has a fun story about The Office’s Mindy Kaling and her love of romantic comedies, including her favorite romcom, Nora Ephron’s ‘You’ve Got Mail.’

Toward the bottom of page 1, Mindy talks about her future with The Office:

[Mindy’s] Office contract is up this year, at the same time as Steve Carell’s. “This isn’t some big scoop or anything, but I can see this season being my last. Right now, I’m hankering for new adventures…”

Link: The Funny Side of Love

THR Emmy roundtable: Mindy Kaling

During The Hollywood Reporter’s Emmy roundtable discussion, The Office’s Mindy Kaling talks about her role as a writer/actor on the show.

Mindy is nominated for a Best Comedy Writing Emmy along with her co-writer and The Office executive producer Greg Daniels for the wedding episode ‘Niagara.’

The awards show airs this Sunday, August 29, on NBC.

Subtle Sexuality will return!

From New York Magazine:

Lead singer and director Mindy Kaling tells us there are “pretty ambitious” plans for the group: “There’ll be two songs and two music videos, and the whole cast [including Ellie Kemper, Ed Helms and B.J. Novak] is coming back.” Kaling will direct both videos, as well as the webisodes accompanying the songs. So will the new tracks be dance-oriented like “Prima Donna,” or can we look forward to a slow jam? “The writers tried to cover so many different genres [with the songs] because we do it so infrequently,” Kaling explains, promising that at least one video will have elements of time travel.

(If you aren’t familiar with Subtle Sexuality, here you go.)