If Andy’s girlfriend looks familiar, you may have seen the actress, Eleanor Siegler, in the Subaru “lost sunglasses” commercial:
Here’s a list of The Office Christmas episodes:
Season 2 (2005): Christmas Party
Holiday cheer is in short supply when Michael insists on doing a last-minute swap of Secret Santa gifts, and Jim becomes alarmed that his sweet and sentimental gift for Pam will end up in Dwight’s hands.
Season 3 (2006): A Benihana Christmas
Michael gets his heart broken for the holidays by girlfriend Carol. Andy takes Michael out drinking, with Dwight and Jim, while tensions on the party planning committee between Angela, Pam and Karen cause rival parties to form.
Season 5 (2008): Moroccan Christmas
Phyllis’ Moroccan-themed holiday party goes up in flames when Meredith’s hair catches on fire and Michael is forced to deal with the accident. Meanwhile, Dwight corners the market on the hottest toy of the Christmas season.
Season 6 (2009): Secret Santa
Michael is outraged when Jim allows Phyllis to be Santa at the office Christmas party. Jim and Dwight try to get everyone into the holiday spirit despite the uncertainty with Dunder Mifflin. Meanwhile, Oscar has a secret crush.
Season 7 (2010): Classy Christmas
Holly Flax covers for Toby when he takes a leave of absence. Pam is forced to do a second Christmas party after Michael wants the party to be on the day Holly returns to Scranton. Jim regrets agreeing to a snowball fight with Dwight.
Season 8 (2011): Christmas Wishes
Andy tries to make this year’s Christmas the best ever by granting each person’s holiday wishes. Meanwhile, Robert California tries to drown his sorrows at the office party.
Season 9 (2012): Dwight Christmas
When the party planning committee drops the ball on the annual Christmas party, Dwight gets everyone to celebrate with a traditional Schrute German Christmas. Darryl fears Jim has forgotten his promise to take him along to the new job in Philadelphia. Meanwhile, Pete teaches Erin about his favorite movie Die Hard.
NBC.com posted photos of The Office character Gabe Lewis as Abraham Lincoln, inspired by the Season 8 episode, Gettysburg. Not a bad resemblance!
That crazy drummer from The Office episode, Pam’s Replacement, was played by Steve Moore.
From Steve’s website: On June 1, 2010 a random fan uploaded a performance of Steve Moore on YOUTUBE entitled, “This drummer is at the wrong gig.” The video immediately went viral receiving over 5 million hits in less than a month.
Here’s Steve’s performance, via “Rick K and The Allnighters”:
Hey Dexter fans, did you notice the Sabre printer that appeared in last night’s episode, ‘The Angel of Death’?
I’ve lightened the screenshot so you can see it more clearly…
Tipsters: Wedge, Nathan
I felt a tinge of geek nostalgia last week while watching The Office Season 7 finale, Search Committee.
When Darryl is told that he will need to supply a resume as part of his application for branch manager, he calls customer support: “Yes, there used to be a paper clip that would pop up and say, ‘Looks like you are writing a letter or resume. Would you like help?’ I believe his name was… Clippy.’
For those of you too young to remember, Clippy was a real (albeit annoying) onscreen assistant introduced in Microsoft products in the late 1990s. Dunder Mifflin needs to update its software!