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Happy Friday at The Office
2007-08-24 09:18
by Jon Weisman

To brighten your day, some bloopers and outtakes from The Office.

The show's fourth season premiere is in five weeks.

2007-08-26 22:13:46
1.   trainwreck
Great season finale for Big Love. Sets up a lot of stuff for next seasons.

Entourage is basically 27 minutes of ad space.

2007-08-26 22:15:46
2.   trainwreck
Oh and I saw Superbad and I want to see it again.

Hilarious, I definitely could see it being the 2000's version of Porkys, Animal House, Fast Times etc.

2007-08-27 00:45:53
3.   overkill94
I got to see a few movies on my flights to and from Japan:

Once - awesome music, really effective "love" story, just plain makes you feel good
Shrek the Third - not bad, definitely coaxed a few chuckles but fell flat on a few too many jokes
Fracture - unfortunately I didn't get to see the end because they plane was about to land, but it was good up to the point I saw. Ryan Gosling gives another great performance and Anthony Hopkins plays the smarmy genius very well.

2007-08-27 09:16:57
4.   Jon Weisman
For any "It's Always Sunny in Philly" fans:

Dialogue/subject matter is NSFW.

2007-08-27 12:26:16
5.   trainwreck
Fred Savage always up to no good.
2007-08-27 17:10:50
6.   T Money

Trust me, you didn't miss much at the end of "Fracture."

"Once" remains my favorite movie of the year. But, man, "The King Of Kong" isn't far behind.

2007-08-27 23:34:32
7.   Greg Brock
Jon, what are your thoughts on the possible WGA and SGA strikes? It seems like every studio in town is buying and rushing properties as quickly as possible.

What do the collective brain-pans at Variety say about this?

2007-08-27 23:36:49
8.   Greg Brock
Whoops, I meant SAG. Google tells me that SGA is the Southern Gas Association, and I couldn't care less about them. And I'd venture Variety doesn't have an opinion either.
2007-08-28 11:19:57
9.   Jon Weisman
7 - Dave McNary writes about this stuff almost every day for us. Some people are getting uptight and definitely preparing for a strike. Audiences wouldn't see the effects for a while, though.
2007-08-28 11:30:06
10.   Jon Weisman
New post up top.

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