If you haven't yet watched it, go grab "The Job" from iTunes or whatever. And go catch the first Deleted Scene too. Warning: Mild spoilers ahead. Read the rest of this entry ...

§372 · May 18, 2007 · Entertainment, Television, The Office · 1 comment ·

This deleted scene from "Women's Appreciation" is now, by far, the cleverest writing I have ever seen on NBC's "The Office". More Dwight and Andy jousting!

§369 · May 11, 2007 · Entertainment, QuickLinks, Television, The Office · Comments Off on A Mutual Love Of Cold Soups ·

From NBC's The Office 2006 Christmas Special tonight:

Bros before hos!
Why? Because your bros are always there for you
They have got your back after your ho rips your heart out for no good reason
And you were nothing but great to your ho
And you told her that she was the only ho for you
And that she was better than all the other hos in the world
And then...and then suddenly...
She's not your ho no mo'

One of the laugh-out-loud moments from tonight. That, and seeing Michael Scott mark his new Asian "girlfriend"s arm with a magic marker so he could tell her apart from the other Asian girl. Completely outrageous and brilliant!

§318 · December 15, 2006 · Entertainment, Television, The Office · Comments Off on Michael Scott Poetry ·

Sam and I finally got a babysitter and went out for a movie on Sunday night. We saw "The 40-Year Old Virgin" and we both really enjoyed it. Steve Carell plays Andy, the title character, who is lead through a series of misadventures by his new-found friends in attempt to deflower him, all the while he falls in love with Trish, a "hot grandma" played by Catherine Keener. The movie is hilarious. There were literally 8 people in the theatre (late night Sunday showing and the theatre's air conditioning was broken) but we were all laughing out loud and clapping at various points, which is weird because an empty theatre can sometimes kill the experience for me. When strangers are able to sit in a room and allow their laughter to be heard without being self-conscious about it, that's usually a good sign that either the movie's very good or everyone's half-drunk. Read the rest of this entry ...

§156 · September 14, 2005 · Entertainment, Movies, Television, The Office · 2 comments ·

Our library kicks ass. It's about 3 blocks away so it's often a place to take the boys and let them blow off steam looking at puzzles, playing with puppets or picking out books. We've even picked out some DVDs for them (mostly discs in the Baby Einstein series: Baby Mozart, Baby Newton and Baby Beethoven). The kids love those DVDs, but we have had a hard time keeping their TV watching to under 30-40 minutes/day (I know, still too much for 17-month olds, but c'est la vie). Read the rest of this entry ...

§140 · August 22, 2005 · Cartoons, Entertainment, Kids, Life, Television, The Office, Video · Comments Off on The Library and The Office ·