Tag Archives: Pete

Dwight Christmas

13 Dec

Admirable or Impish?I never thought it would happen – the very last Christmas episode of The Office ever! But what I don’t understand is how could everyone in the office almost forget about Christmas altogether? After some banter about what to do about the matter followed by an emergency party planning committee meeting, the workers decide to do Dwight‘s quaint, German styled Christmas. Continue reading

The Target

13 Dec

*aaaaahh*Let me just say that I don’t think I’ve ever experienced fear while watching The Officebut that changed after this episode’s intro. Obviously we all knew that it would be bad news when Angela found out about Oscar‘s affair with her husband, the “state” senator, but when I saw those scissors clenched in Angela’s vengeful hands I almost had a heart attackSeriously.  Continue reading

The Boat

17 Nov

Once upon a time Michael Scott would have been the worst person to know your deepest, darkest secret, but I’m not sure how much of an improvement Kevin Malone is considered. However, the plot line setup for this episode is a hilarious idea. We have Oscar‘s logical, left-brained personality trying to reason with Kevin’s…uh, we’ll just say smaller brain. Continue reading

Roy’s Wedding

2 Oct

I have put Roy so far out of my mind in the scope of The Office that it was surprising, yet refreshing to see a classic character in the midst of all the season 9 weirdness. Although by the title of the episode Roy obviously is in a committed relationship with another woman, my loyalty to Jim and Pam made me fear for the worse. Fortunately, Roy’s presence did not interfere with Jim and Pam – at least not in the way that I had expected. Continue reading

The New Guys

2 Oct

The appropriately termed ‘Farewell Season’ has arrived ladies and gentlemen. After almost ten years, the creators and cast are finally calling it quits. While many viewers claim that The Office should have ended when Steve Carell left, I think season 9 will serve as an important season to allow conclusions to happen naturally for the rest of the characters, instead of a forced ending. Aside from this, there are a number of plot lines set up with the season premiere “The New Guys”.  Continue reading