They didn’t screw it up! Things were brought full circle! More
Topic: Dwight Schrute
The Office is the best show on TV that everyone stopped watching between two to five years ago depending on their determination. I’m sure there’s a lot of you out there that haven’t watched for quite some time but who want to tune in tomorrow out of curiosity. In order to catch you up on some things, I’ve put together this handy guide to what the major characters have been up to since the end of season seven. More
Lots of changes are happening now behind the scenes of The Office that will be just as detrimental to the show as Michael Scott’s departure last year — and that’s why it’s time to finally cancel the show. Put it out of its misery, let its talented actors move on to better projects and help its former fans feel less guilty about removing it from their DVR list.
Even though the future of The Office is uncertain now that Michael Scott has taken his leave and run off to Colorado with Holly, NBC is still betting on the remaining characters being able to hold the show together. Their faith in one character, in particular, is so strong they’re even in the process of developing a spin-off for him. Do you want to wager a bet as to which Dunder Mifflin employee just might have the necessary charisma to carry their own show? More
Long before he was Dwight Schrute on The Office, Rainn Wilson had several small parts in TV and film, always playing the creepy nerd (I remember him from 2001 America’s Sweethearts, that horrible John Cusack/Catherine Zeta-Jones/Julia Roberts movie, and also Rob Zombie‘s House of 1000 Corpses). One of these roles happened to be on the WB show Charmed playing Kierkan the Alchemist, which Rainn gamely replayed last night with Jimmy Fallon. More
When it was announced that Weezer’s new album was going to be named Hurley, and would feature a picture of Lost‘s Jorge Garcia on the cover, people flipped out. Because if there’s one thing America can get together on, it’s shows about smoke monsters and guys who stay unreasonably overweight on a desert island for six years. Just sayin’!
And while Weezer has been unusually quiet about their reasons for such a move, we decided that as much as we love Hurley, there were several other characters of our favorite TV shows that were equally deserving of their own cover art. Check it out.
But there are just so many other good ones! More
QUICKLINK: Surprisingly for fans of The Office, fictional bed & breakfast Schrute Farms has been very well reviewed on TripAdvisor.com. (via The New York Times)
Okay, so if you don’t know about Twitter, it’s basically a way to talk to yourself (and whoever wants to follow you) in 140 characters or less. I’ve been on Twitter (this is me) since it began and I have … More