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The most relevant question about last night’s epic Office finale: When did you start crying?
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WE’RE IN A GLASS CASE OF EMOTION!
(World, please don’t end until we see this movie.)
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That headline is as important as the article itself.
Wonderful, fabulous, all good, not at all bad news? Disney has picked up a film adaptation of Judith Viorst’s classic picture book — written and directed by Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right) and starring Steve Carell.
Michael Scott can’t believe Steve Carell has never won an Emmy. Then again, neither did Andy Griffith, Angela Lansbury, or Alexander comma Jason — and that’s just the A’s.
Know who else never won an acting Emmy? The answer might shock you.
Guess who’s coming to The Office?
That’s right: Stephen Colbert will guest this season. Too bad Steve Carell won’t be around for an Even Stevphen rematch.
(Oh, you want to know who Colbert is playing? Well…)
We’re in a glass case of emotion!
In the wake of last night’s episode — and its ratings — we’ve got a question to ask you. Vote in the PopWatch poll, or answer here: Will you keep watching a Michael Scott-less Office?
In a post-Steve Carell world, The Office's ratings are down 17 percent
At least the episode itself was good! Wait, not really? Oh.
“The decision to have him be strangled by the Scranton Strangler is probably going to be unpopular. But don’t even tease that.”
Dan Snierson’s interview with Office executive producer Greg Daniels—who also wrote tonight’s super-sized episode, “Goodbye, Michael”—is a thing of beauty.