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Fun Bunch
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Toby touching her neck really threw up the SS red flags for me, and I was firmly in the Gabe camp.

Also, I think they were definitely setting up some kind of flirtation on Pam's part with the sound guy. They made him way too handsome (and sensitive) for that not to come up.


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LasVegasTiger
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I'm surprised no one's mentioned the intro this week. Dwight unearthing a Holy Grail quest that Jim planted years ago was awesome. Who knows how many practical jokes are laying undiscovered around the Office?


The warehouse worker look at the camera was great while he was dunking his donut into it.


magildachunks
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The warehouse worker look at the camera was great while he was dunking his donut into it.



No shite. His look was like "what?" cause he probably has no idea what's going on and doesn't care.


And the Gabe as the scranton strangler: didn't Gabe come to the office from Tallahassee after the Strangler?


Fun Bunch
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And the Gabe as the scranton strangler: didn't Gabe come to the office from Tallahassee after the Strangler?


Again, no. Gabe appeared 2 episodes before the the initial mention of the Scranton Strangler.


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magildachunks
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Barring Athlead going under, there's no good reason for Jim to not end up in Philadelphia full time. I feel like the story of Pam getting the opportunity to paint the mural was introduced because the writers wanted to make it look like there was some reason to stay in Scranton.




I think Pam confides in Dwight about not wanting to move to Philly and that she can't do it or something, and Dwight convinces Jim to stay by warning him that he will lose Pam if he goes.


But probably not. I have no idea what they are gong to do.


Fun Bunch
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re: The Office - 1/24
My guess is that the pressure gets more and more to Jim and that it causes more problems for he and Pam. Dwight sees whats going down, and sees how Pam is confiding in the sound guy.

The character of Dwight, at his core, is actually a good guy and he does care for Jim and Pam. He will go to Philly to beat some sense into Jim.


BilJ
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I don't get why Pam is so resistant to leaving fricking Scranton anyway.

I think they're moving towards Jim realizing he's happier at Dunder Mifflin being a slacker with the free time to spend with his family and work with his wife.


TulaneTigerFan
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I think they're moving towards Jim realizing he's happier at Dunder Mifflin being a slacker with the free time to spend with his family and work with his wife.


This is the most logical conclusion


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Golfer
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I don't get why Pam is so resistant to leaving fricking Scranton anyway.


Me Either.

I've been in IRL...and to Poor Richards...


BilJ
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I had a buddy who was land man right outside of Scranton and said its even more boring than it sounds


Golfer
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Very depressed community. Only thing keeping them going is the natural gas driling.


swamie
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Pam needs to chill out on the phone calls. Companies arent built on husbands taking every phone call from their wife because they want to chat.



Backinthe615
Member since Nov 2011
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re: The Office - 1/24
This season has been like a slugger batting .225-for me anyway. When they connect, it's been 60ft over the fence but most of it's been wildly swinging and missing IMHO.

...and I liked the ending, but would've like it better if the boom operator didn't look like an action hero that NBC will soon have on some new show.


DCBJR6
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This season has been like a slugger batting .225-for me anyway. When they connect, it's been 60ft over the fence but most of it's been wildly swinging and missing IMHO.


I've actually liked this season a lot. I think this one is better than last season so far FWIW. I haven't really put too much thought in to how it will wrap up to be honest. I am more of a "watch how it unfolds" type of viewer.

Not sure if you would call that lazy.


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BilJ
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Pam needs to chill out on the phone calls. Companies arent built on husbands taking every phone call from their wife because they want to chat.



no shite....last week was she he should have dog cussed her. The dude is in a meeting with Dr. J and you're fricking calling him with random bull shite every 10 minutes.


SUB
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You people need to cool it with the spoilers. Just because you read the shows wiki page or other articles doesn't mean everyone wants to know that someone is getting fired on the valentines day episode. It would have been an interesting surprise but now that is all ruined.


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