Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
Good thing the show gets better with every viewing, because I'll be relying more and more on those reruns on TBS.
In the meantime, enjoy tonight's last new episode of The Office for a while.
By the way, Friday Night Lights is said to have about seven or eight episodes left to air before it runs out.
Anybody know what the turnaround time on an episode of The Office is? If the strike were settled tomorrow, when would the next one be broadcast?
Any good recommendations for movies this weekend?
No Country For Old Men
Dan In Real Life
Across The Universe
Lions For Lambs
I can probably be persuaded to see Fred Claus as well.
Also, A Christmas Story starts playing in a theater down the street from me this Saturday. I've never seen it in a theater, so I might check it out.
30 Rock was okay, not as good as recent episodes. A little too much emphasis on Jack's storyline. There were a couple quotes that had me in stitches though (can't remember 'em off-hand).
Scrubs and It's Always Sunny will have to wait until tomorrow though.
No Country for Old Men is supposed to be excellent, but I haven't seen it yet.
I'm intrigued by Southland Tales due to my intense love of Donnie Darko, but the reviews make it seem like it's Richard Kelly's Elizabethtown (lots of good ideas, totally unfocused).
Jim is really taking an ego beating lately.
The drive back to Scranton with Michael and Jan was well done.
I did feel horrible for him last night. What an awful thing to go through, and it is perfect that he still wanted to go to dinner with Jan after all that.
Michael is a good company man, a good salesman, and exceedingly flawed overall. How does he stay employed? When the chips are down, he comes through. Don't underestimate the significance of that.
9 - "he was still trying to do the right thing. But he didn't know who for." Well said.
The sad thing is that Jan's report hit it right on the head. He belongs in sales.
Yea, I am hoping that one day Toby will tell him off, and just let him know that he is trying to be a friend to him. But, Toby is quite meek.
Did Dwight use any of these names or did the writers just make up names?
Meanwhile, perhaps you have been more fortunate than me, but I've seen people in high places make huge blunders and still stick around.
You are correct. I have been more fortunate in that way.
The more I think about it, though, it would take some employees in the office to file complaints about Michael, and I don't know if any of them would, other than Angela.
I am still a bit surprised that Jim hasn't sat down Michael one time to say, "hey, when you act like this, it makes people not want to be around you" or something to that affect.
He likely doesn't act on any of them. He really only got worked up over Michael outing Oscar.
It's Always Sunny - pretty dang funny, I love it when they're plotting against each other. Plus, Charlie's dance was classic.
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