Today The Office’s Executive Producer Greg Daniels and John Krasinski got on the phone with the press to talk about the end of the show.
Here are my rough notes. The full transcript starts here. It’s funny, poignant, phenomenal. Greg and John killed!
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Thanks to The Office’s Ed Helms and Paul Lieberstein, who held a press conference call on September 27, 2011.
Ed and Paul discuss Ed’s new role as manager, upcoming storylines, the Scranton Strangler, and even the status of the documentary that has been filming for seven-plus seasons!
Here’s an optimized transcript of the call. Enjoy! Continue reading “Press call with Ed Helms and Paul Lieberstein”
The Office’s Angela Kinsey and Ellie Kemper held a press conference call last Friday to discuss their upcoming webisode series, The Mentor, as well as the baby episode, Ellie’s experience as the newest cast member, who makes them laugh on set, and much more!
NBC very kindly sent along the full transcript — here is a streamlined version.
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Here’s a TV Guide Magazine article about Jim and Pam’s baby! Continue reading “TV Guide covers Jim and Pam’s baby”
[During our online chat with Mindy Kaling this past Tuesday, she mentioned an interview with Mike Schur that she read here on OfficeTally. That got me feeling a little nostalgic, so given that we have no new Office to look forward to today, I’m re-posting it here. I’m pretty sure this interview started my undying crush on ‘The Office’ writers. Originally posted July 2007, right before Season 4.]
Michael Schur is one of the veteran writers and co-producers of The Office. He’s written or co-written classic episodes from all three seasons, including The Alliance, Office Olympics, Christmas Party, Valentine’s Day, Branch Closing, Traveling Salesmen, The Return, The Negotiation, and The Job. He also played Dwight’s cousin Mose in the episode ‘Initiation.’
I recently had a series of conversations with Michael about Season 4 scripts, the writing process in general, how he really feels about his fellow writers, and other behind-the-scenes stuff. Enjoy! (I certainly did.)
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The Office’s Angela Kinsey and Ed Helms held a conference call last Thursday to discuss the mystery that is Angela and Andy’s relationship. :)
Despite several attempts by various members of the press to get them to spill spoilers, Angela and Ed held their ground — and still told some entertaining stories along the way. (There’s no getting past the fact that Ed and Angela are very cute together.)
NBC very kindly sent along the transcript, and I’ve streamlined it — otherwise it would be, like, a bazillion pages.
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Let’s rally, Tallyheads, and vote for Jenna Fischer’s blog as MSNBC’s Most Entertaining Celebrity Blog!
Links: Vote for Jenna’s blog here | Read Jenna’s blog here
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I had the pleasure of participating in a conference call with The Office’s Paul Lieberstein and Amy Ryan this morning, along with bunches of press people. We all got a turn in asking Paul and Amy questions, mainly about Season 5.
Here are my rough notes from the call. Continue reading “Paul Lieberstein/Amy Ryan conference call”