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I’ve begun to get that end of summer hankering for new TV, and one of the shows I’m missing the most is The Office on NBC.
While the last few seasons were by no means the best, the story arcs they are branching off are starting to become more and more intriguing.
-Pam & Jim having a baby and eventually gettig married
-Michaels relationship, or lack thereof with Holly and other random women
-Anything having to do with Dwight’s and Andy’s shenanigans in the office
These are just a few of the intriguing plot points I’m following. Feelfree to comment with your own favorite moments on the show
Anyhoo, it,s time for me to watch The Closer on TNT w/ the wife and then check out Jon & Kate plus 8 to see eat trouble they are causing these days…
You know, I’ve been expecting all along that Natalie would have some screen time in an episode, considering she’s hung around this long.
I just didn’t quite expect her to be as cocky and arrogant as she came off in tonight’s episode. She literally owned the episode…I think about 75% of those talking heads were hers, and what was with the expanded lead-in to tribal council with her STILL talking?!
She needs to go….with Cirie…..
The thing I don’t understand is why Amanda and James were all mopey, just hoping that Jason did what he ended up doing….If they had spoken with Jason, told him that Natalie was going to stab him in the back, and then talked to Erik, who is on the outs since it was Girls vs. Guys, that would have given them the numbers to flip it right back at Parvati, Natalie and Alexis.
Seriously…That makes sense, doesn’t it?
I thought these players were supposed to be All-Stars….
I’m glad that NBC and the people behind casting for the inevitable Celebrity Apprentice 2 had the smarts to NOT put O.J. Simpson on the show.
After all the problems he’s had with the law in the past few years, he doesn’t deserve to be featured on a national television program. It’d be like rewarding him for being the way he is, and I think there’s one thing that’s pretty obvious…he’s no role model.
Even so, like The Apprentice before it, I don’t think there’s any way that follow up seasons of the show will ever top the 1st season. Piers Morgan was an absolute perfect choice to make that show entertaining, and there’s just no topping that.
Over at Watch With Kristin, they’ve posted a preview of what to possibly expect for this season’s Office finale.
While I might normally expect these types of posts to be filled with spoilery goodness, today it’s not so. But it does make some interesting points that set up a potentially HUGE finale.
The main thing she points out is that we know Jim is going to propose. Also, after the episode this week, Pam pretty much knows it too. The thing is, there’s apparently something bigger out there…..and I can’t really imagine what it would be.
The fact that there’s also a mention of a green screen being used in at least one scene doesn’t really answer any questions, other than the fact that Jim and Pam might go on some exotic getaway, but that seems too simple.
What’s in store for The Office at the end of this season? I don’t really know….but I’m hoping they floor us like they did with that Season 2 finale…still one of the best hours (well, 40 minutes) of television ever.
I’m actually psyched to read this latest news…
I remember reading an article about a month ago wondering why Survivor on CBS hadn’t made the transition to HD. Low and behold, here we are a month later, and it’s officially announced that the 17th edition of the show will be shot in HD.
Survivor has always been a beautiful show with a lot of stunning locales and awesome beauty shots….I think this might be just the catalyst for a lot of the shows fans to go out and upgrade to HD (if they haven’t already).
Honestly, I’ve yet to see what all the critics and what seems like just about every blogger see in Pushing Daisies.
I hear a lot of complaints on the new sitcoms like Big Bang Theory and Back to You…..I find myself more annoyed by constant narrating on Daisies….
I don’t know of many shows that have ever been so narration heavy, and honestly, as one of my co-workers said, it seems more like a mini-series type concept. And it definitely is “quirky”, as most have said…..
I’m going to be keeping an eye on the overnight ratings, because I’m eager to see how Pushing Daisies holds up in its second week. I predict a modest decrease in the ratings of about 12%….