This isn't a wordy article as much as it's just a little collection of pictures from the past seasons. I'm not going into my what I like and don't like about the changes Pam has gone through throughout the show (some I really like and some I don't so much), but it's cool to look back either way!
Things to note: her hair, makeup, clothes - plus the background and location of the interviews! It's fun to see the different set ups throughout the years!
I always considered myself a different kind of girl. Mostly because I always got treated differently, by my family, by my peers and even my teachers. When I was younger, I always felt like the outsider; the one no one would ever listen to or understand, always ignored, always picked last for a game, ridiculed in anything I said and did, with no one ever giving me a chance to show my full potential.
I was the odd one. I was a black sheep. I know a thing or two about how it feels to be the butt of a joke, being at the mercy of those people called “popular” and “normal”....
BLOOD ALONE MOVES THE WHEELS OF HISTORY! [pause] Have you ever asked yourselves in an hour of meditation - which everyone finds during the day - how long we have been striving for greatness? [bangs fist] Not only the years we've been at war the war of work but from the moment as a child, when we realize the world could be conquered. It has been a lifetime struggle [bang's fists again] a never-ending fight, I say to you [bangs again] and you will understand that it is a privilege to fight. WE ARE WARRIORS! [applause] Salesmen of...
Okay, the only reason I’m writing this is because the show, “The Office” needs to be defended a bit. Now, I don’t care if you don’t like the show anymore, that’s fine, go and tune into “Parks and Rec" and join their spot instead.” This article is for the ones that still stand by “The Office” 100%; fans that understand that a show must evolve, as well as the characters, so the show does not go stagnant. I personally think the show would be incredibly boring if ideas were not at least tried and for chances to be taken.
I just finished up making an Office: Power Hour video. What is a power hour you may ask? It's 60 shots of beer in an hour. For a video power hour such as this, there are 60 one minute clips from the Office seasons 1-6. After each clip, a screen is shown to remind you to drink the shot of beer. By the end, you should have drank between 5 to 7 beers depending how full you fill your shot glass. Pretty simple, eh?
So grab some friends, some beer, the video, and a shot glass for each person playing. Fill your shot glass with beer and prepare to play....
Angela Kinsey is performing live with the Armando Thursday, June 10th at 8 pm! Tickets are just $20!
The Armando Show begins with one suggestion from the audience, which is then interpreted by that night's Armando (performed by The Office's Angela Kinsey) through a personal and truthful improvised monologue. Inspired by that monologue, a cast composed of veteran Chicago and Los Angeles alumni perform scenes which, in turn, inspire a response from Armando. This propels hilarious interchanges between Armando's monologues and the company's scenes.
1. When my mother was pregnant with me, they did an ultrasound and found she was having twins. When they did another ultrasound a few weeks later, they discovered that I had adsorbed the other fetus. Do I regret this? No, I believe his tissue has made me stronger. I now have the strength of a grown man and a little baby.
2. I am faster than 80% of all snakes.
3. I don’t care what Jim says, that is not Benjamin Franklin. I am 99% sure.
This was actually a good comeback from the last episode dealing with clips. It's almost as if they took some time to make a good come back, and it was an enjoyable 'The Office', with the bonus of development plots.
It's good that Jim and Pam are searching for the right daycare for their child, it shows proactive behavior on their part and it actually opens us up as an audience to embrace a new member to the cast of 'The Office'. How would that turn out though, can anyone think it up; my guess is constant visits from Michael and some kind of protective wear for the child....
NBC eyeing a continuation of The Office for the 2018-19 season. The revival would once again be set at Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton, PA., branch, and feature a mix of new and old cast members. (No Carell.) Michael Ausiello for TVLine, 18 DEC 2017.