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The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« on: July 14, 2012, 08:31:15 am »
The Office (Season 7)



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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2012, 08:59:05 am »
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EPIC opening to this one that has a song and dance number and all of it caught in one-take. You have to nail it and if one thing is off, ya gotta do it all over again. Very cool number too. The song they went with was Nobody but Me by The Human Beinz. The idea for the cold opening came courtesy of Students at Université du Québec à Montréal lip syncing in one-take to the Black Eyed Peas I Gotta Feeling

As for the rest of the episode, the plot involving Michael and his nephew Luke was pretty good and now I can finally lay to rest where I had seen Evan Peters before. When I started watching American Horror Story I kept trying to place his face in where and what I had seen him in recently. Now I know.

The prank by Pam against Dwight was pretty good, even if it didn't have the exact outcome she was hoping for. Erin and Gabe as a couple still weird's me out. Erin really does have low standards. First Andy, now Gabe.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2012, 02:31:00 pm »
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Watching Michael create made up stories just to spite Toby who is working as his office mandated counselor for spanking his nephew in the last episode was a hoot. The look that he gives Toby when he started talking about his daughter was priceless. I also liked that Pam took the imitative to steal a job title: Office Administrator so she could get a salary bump. Stick it to da man!!

Also funny was watching Jim transform Dwight into a "respectable" person all for the sole purpose of going back to the mall and doing the scene from Pretty Woman. Hahaha.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2012, 11:27:05 pm »
Andy's Play






























The episode started off with another Song and Dance opening. But what it really was, was a trial run for Andy and his fellow actors who are putting on a play for Sweeney Todd. The first third of the episode I wasn't a fan of. But somewhere along the way it become very funny, espicially with Michael making a lot of noise during the play after feeling slighted for not getting a part in the play himself.

Also of note, in this episode, after 6 seasons, they finally manage to make Angela look pretty damn desirable. Sure, she may have just changed into "farm clothes" to seduce Dwight, but it was the way she presented herself. She felt...alive or something and not the prudish character that she has always been. Very hot in this one. I can't wait for the episode where she dresses up as a nurse. Yowwza!

The epilogue showing Michael's audition for Sweeney Todd consisting of him doing an entire episode of Law & Order was AWESOME!!
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2012, 11:18:09 am »
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This episode was incredibly funny in so many ways. It all starts simply enough when Michael shows up to work with a fake mustache. Why? To hide the fact that he has a cold sore. But of course the others have to point out that he in fact has herpes and that they are one and the same. This sends him off on a course to contact all his ex-lovers to warn them about his disease. It's a who's who list of guest stars. He first calls Donna to warn her. Then he calls Holly, but she says something that really affects him in a negative way when she says he 'romanticized' their relationship.

So now Michael confronts Jan, Helene and Carole to ask them about if he ever romanticized their relationship as well. As you can guess, by the end of the day he is just emotionally wrecked. But when he leaves a message on Holly's answering machine about what was real and what was not, it's pretty damn powerful and it was great to see him take ownership of it.

Watching Andy try and teach a Sex Ed class with everyone was funny. But watching him lose it and slam the pizza into the wall was awesome and a reminder of when I thought Andy was fun to watch. He is better when he loses his temper for sure.

Only one thing could send this episode into an all time classic. Have Michael confront one last "ex-lover" of his: Oscar. HaHahahahaha. They make reference to when they both kissed in the classic episode Gay Witch Hunt from Season 3.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2012, 02:40:22 pm »
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It was very odd to see another big time Hollywood actor pop up on The Office, unlike the others that were playing themselves, Timothy Olyphant actually brought something to the role of Danny Cordray, a rival salesman for a competing paper company that keeps stealing clients from Dunder Mifflin. The whole arc of this episode was about trying to find out his secret to selling. And leave it up to Meredith to more or less steal the episode with her come-ons as a Boss of a fictional company. She sure has a lot of "cleaning" people that don't speak English. Hahahahaha.

I also found humor in Andy putting a band together with Darryl and Kevin. Even their Frog song was pretty clever with the lyrics.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2012, 07:45:28 am »
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I remember now why I've hated Gabe. It was this episode when it aired on TV that he just looked absolutely ridiculous as Lady Gaga and factor in the fact that he is nothing more than a scared company tool that doesn't want anyone going over his head to Jo and you have a recipe for a spineless coward. The rest of the episode was pretty good. It was all about who wore what to the Halloween Costume Party and the winner in my eyes is easily Angela in her "Naughty" Nurse outfit.

Also, Pam and Jim keep pestering at Danny (Timothy Olyphant) to come clean why he never called her back when they were dating. I thought the cold opening with Stanley not paying attention to anything around him was awesome.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2012, 11:32:59 am »
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I didn't care for this episode the first time it aired on TV and I like it even less now. There was nothing remotely entertaining about watching this at all. Having the entire gang at church to watch CeCe's christening doesn't really offer much in the way of laugh out moments. Jim losing CeCe wasn't funny. Having Michael and Andy hopping onto a bus that's heading down to Mexico to build a school had zero laughs. The ending seems to just....end. They couldn't even come up with a legit ending that was satisfying. Not that if they came up with something would it have saved this episode. Nothing could.

About the only funny thing here was of course the cold opening where everyone was sneezing on Dwight or onto his food.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2012, 08:39:09 pm »
Viewing Party



I think I respond really well to this episode because we see how much Michael hates Gabe, which is something I have always felt myself toward the character. So, to see the frustration on Michael's face at the stupidity that is Gabe throughout the episode is relatable. The kicker for the episode comes at the end when Erin doesn't understand why he doesn't like him and we discover that she actually looks up to Michael as a father figure. Up till now we just assume it's just a professional type of admiration she feels toward him. Loved it when Michael later tells Gabe that if he breaks her heart, he will literally kill him and his family. Haha. You go Michael!!

Props to Andy for puking on Gabe's bed.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #9 on: July 18, 2012, 08:38:01 am »
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It's no secret that I can't stand Gabe and his stupid looking face. So it was pretty funny the way that Jim ends up pranking him by using audio of Jo and then splicing them together to create an insult to him and then suckering him into listening to her talk, via audio book of her autobiography by way of the phone. Well played, Jim.

The other 2 story points regarding Dwight's Hay Place and WUPHF.com were just okay for me. Watching Ryan trying to con his coworkers is just pathetic. Even when Pam confronts Michael and tells him to his face that Ryan is taking advantage of him, it's amazing that he wouid still have a job at Dunder Mifflin.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #10 on: July 18, 2012, 01:23:56 pm »
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The story involving Michael and Oscar and their "debate" of and about China was pretty funny, especially at the end when Michael changes the topic to 'Freedom of choice', which made no sense whatsoever, which made it all the more funnier. The story involving Pam and Dwight over the changing conditions of the Office was good, especially at the end when it's revealed that Dwight lets Pam win by giving her the information she would need to threaten him. You have to watch it to understand it.

The cold opening was  f u c k i n g  hilarious!! I bust a gut laughing at the sight of Dwight trying to drink a cip of coffee with his feet.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #11 on: July 18, 2012, 09:13:47 pm »
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Holly's back!! I can't think of any other character on The Office that can add so much to an episode. She definitely changes the dynamic with regards to Michael and I think it's because of this we get some of the best writing on the show. Certainly one of the best written episode in the last 2 seasons of the series. With Holly back, it's set Michael back into romanticizing her and what they had and what they could have. When he blurts out in front of her and everyone else that he sees them having kids together in the future, it's one of the most painful scenes you will ever witness on the show because of how far removed he is from reality. Even if there is a remote chance they could wind up back together (they will), you just don't say stuff like that when the other person is in a relationship.

Love the snowball war Dwight unleashes on Jim throughout the entire 1 hour episode. It was brutal and I think the way they closed out the episode with Jim and Pam having to walk through a parking lot full of Snowmen was awesome. Haha. One of the best Christmas episodes for the series easily. It's so good that I'm gonna watch it again.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #12 on: July 19, 2012, 01:25:22 pm »
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This episode is so frickin' hilarious that it deserves to be watched again, which I will do. I'm trying to recall if I have laughed out loud and as hard with any other episode during my Office marathon. Nope. Thank God for Kevin! He was a riot when Michael was force feeding him broccoli and shoving it down his gullet. Watching Creed's reaction to Erin for stealing his New Year's resolution was priceless. But I think the funniest bit was when Michael was celebrating with himself after learning that Holly didn't get engage by New Years Day. When he started spraying champagne on Erin, I just absolutely lost it. So many laughs. So good.

Creed's "cartwheel" at the end was just more icing on this already awesome cake.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #13 on: July 19, 2012, 03:24:32 pm »
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With Steve Carell's departure from the show fast approaching, you can tell the last few episodes were up a notch. There could be nothing worst than have his characterr Michael Scott limping off into the sunset. What's cool is that pretty much everyone that has been getting screen time is getting to shine one way or another. Once again, the supporting characters like Kevin and Creed steal their scenes. Watching Kevin trying to motivate his audience with his speech about dreaming big had me on rolling on the floor....much like he was, but only vomiting. Creed's Loch Ness Monter speech was just as funny.

Even though Holly is mending her broken heart now that she is single, it was cool to see her and Michael role playing like before. Only thing could possibly top all of this and that would be a cameo from the one and only Ricky Gervais as David Brent. The wait was a long time coming, but it was well worth it. I just wish the scene was longer.
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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #14 on: July 20, 2012, 06:44:58 am »
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It was a long time coming, but Michael and Holly finally get back together. I thought the way they chose to have Holly realize they were meant to be together was pretty good. With Michael being "ditched" by Jim at a gas station to go rescuse Cece who was locked in a car, it's up to Michael to find his way back to Dunder Mifflin. Problem is, he has no money, no phone and no idea where he is. Dwight, Erin and Holly head out to look for him. But it's Holly and her ability to think like Michael that gets them on the right track to his location. When she eventually finds him on the rooftop of a building, she just....knew. So when they kiss, signifying they are back together, it was awesome.

Loved the 'Caption Game' that Pam sets up for the Office and loved what they came up with to insult Gabe. God, I can't stand that idiot. Here's what my caption would have read based on the picture provided by Pam (Picture is 2 tall Dogs standing on a small Island with 2 Palm trees). Here's my caption. I would hold the picture up and tell Gabe to look at it. While he is staring at it, that's when I punch him. It's so good it doesn't need a caption to get the point across.
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