The Office’s John Krasinski and Steve Carell reunite on SGN

John Krasinski debuted his video series, SGN (Some Good News), on YouTube last night. SGN is an at-home news show, complete with a delightful logo made by his daughters.

Its goal is to showcase positive stories coming out of our current coronavirus state of affairs — global appreciation for healthcare workers, neighbors helping neighbors, and love conquering all.

At 5:40, there’s a special treat for Office fans — an appearance by Steve Carell!

John and Steve reminisce about the 15-year anniversary of The Office and share their favorite moments of the show, interspersed with episode clips (and even a blooper!).

This is guaranteed to make you smile a little. And maybe bring a tear to your eye. ☺️

Sat Apr 4, 2020 update: here’s the extended edition of John and Steve!

Steve Carell and Anchorman cast on SNL

In case you missed it, Paul Rudd hosted Saturday Night Live last weekend. During his opening monologue, his fellow ‘Anchorman 2’ cast members Steve Carell, Will Ferrell, and David Koechner joined him onstage for an accapella version of the 1976 hit ‘Afternoon Delight,’ along with musical guest One Direction.

Here’s a brief clip:

Will Steve Carell appear in The Office series finale?

From TVLine:

Insiders tell TVLine that producers mounted an 11th hour effort last month to coax [Steve] Carell into making a cameo in the show’s hour-long swan song. And while no one is confirming that the final diplomatic push proved successful, no one is denying it either… a source close to the show cryptically teases, “Don’t rule anything out.”

Link: Is Steve Carell Returning for the Series Finale After All?

What do you guys think?

Steve Carell talks about The Office finale

Steve Carell explains to Ellen why he won’t appear in The Office finale.

From Steve’s interview with CNN:

“I figured the character would go back and visit everybody, but he wouldn’t do it on camera at this point,” he said. “I think he had grown past the idea of being in the documentary, that was my take on it. That [Michael Scott] had said goodbye to that aspect of his life, that that’s not what was important to him. I just thought, yeah he’d go back and visit, but he wouldn’t want the camera crew to be documenting it.”