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8:00 The Office
8:44 30 Rock
9:59 Andy Barker, P.I.
10:28 My Name Is Earl (rerun)
That was probably the single coldest Jim and Pam moment in the series, with Pam all but begging forgiveness not just for the incident, but for having picked Roy over Jim in the first place and Jim denying both her apology and her sincerity. Meanwhile, Jim and Karen seem to be better than ever (they are planning to go on vacation together even).
Michael is already seeing the benefits of dating the boss-lady. Plus, it is interesting how kinky and weird the Jan-Michael dynamic is. She is willing to put up with a lot.
All in all, I think this was one of the best plot-heavy episodes. Not the funniest, but a lot of stuff went down. Plus a nice cherry on top at the very end when Jim finds out about Angela and Dwight. I give it a solid A, but then I don't think I have given any episode lower than a B since season One ("Casino Night" gets an A++).
One advantage of being my size is never being worried about getting women's clothing.
Good to see people reacting to what others say to the camera.
The very last scene of Toby taking away all the weapons made me laugh.
NBC should cut 5 minutes from Scrubs, and 5 minutes from Andy Barker or whatever that show is, and let the Office always be about 40 minutes long. Or, ito give Andy a chance (since I liked him on Conan), take it all out of Scrubs, which is the most overpraised yet annoying show in the history of television. Or, better yet, instead of Scrubs, they could run a 20-minute infomercials with Chuck Norris and Christie Brinkley. Then they'd have something.
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