If you have not been living under a rock you know that Lebron James made it known that he was leave the Cleveland Cavaliers, the NBA team he had played for since coming out of high school, for the Miami Heat during a live television broadcast on ESPN. To say that the owners and fans were not angry would be like saying Lost was the worst television show ever(I’m a huge Lost fan and I know that it is was one of the best shows ever and it needs to have a movie-but I digress. ) After the announcement Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert wrote angry open letter to Cleveland fans that blasted Lebron and the way he made his decision.
In a spoof during the ESPY Awards Steve Carell parodied the Lebron James’s announcement by declaring he was taking his appetite to Outback Steakhouse. He was asked to explain what he would say to the management and staff of Chili’s. Chili’s then issued a satirical letter to Steve Carell that mimicked the letter Dan Gilbert wrote to James. It really softened a very emotionally tense situation. Carell was great and showed why so many fans love watching him on The Office.
Singer-songwriter and actor-comic Creed Bratton, currently best-known for the quirky former 60s rock-star character he portrays on the NBC TV hit comedy series “The Office”, is scheduled to release Bounce Back, his first CD of new material in two years. Assisted by his backing band, The 3DVB’s and his Office co-star Ed Helms, Bratton returns yet again to his passion as a serious and accomplished musician.
Creed Bratton is musician that portrays the character with the same name on “The Office.” Before that, he was a musician that has been performing since the 1960s.
Craig Robinson, who plays Darryl on the “The Office”, will be hosting the next season of “Last Comic Standing.” “Last Comic Standing” has had several hosts, including Bill Bellamy, the show’s most recent host. “Last Comic Standing” is a talent show that has the comics competing to be the best comic.
Two “The Office” actors have known each other since their days as little league players.
By bizarre coincidence, The Office has reunited [B.J.] Novak[,who plays Ryan Howard,] with one of his Newton[,Massachusetts] homeboys. He was a Little League teammate of John Krasinski, who plays Jim on the sitcom. In fact the two went all the way through high school together.
Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer
Angela Kinsey, who plays Angela Martin on NBC’s The Office, is expecting her first child with husband Warren Lieberstein in May 2008.
The Office is one the shows that we will see many reruns of because the writer’s strike. Ironically Angela’s husband is a writer and her sister-in-law’s husband ,Greg Daniels, is a writer/producer/director/developer of The Office.
You ever wonder what it would feel like to work at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. Well, now you virtually can with the new “The Office” interactive game.
In The Office game, players interact with animated renditions of the characters from the hit series and maneuver through the Scranton Branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company in a frantic race to help co-workers process orders. The frenzied fun of The Office gives players the chance to play hilarious pranks on unsuspecting rivals, based on events from the show. To further capture the tone of the series, the introductory story for the game was written by Anthony Farrell, a writer from the show, while photos and audio clips from the series have also been included.
The recent strike by the Writer Guild of America has left a lot of shows hanging. Due to the wrtiers’ strike,NBC’s “The Office” is one of those shows that have stopped filming new episodes.
Tonight’s installment of the Scranton-set NBC comedy, “The Deposition,” was the last episode filmed before the show shut down production due to the Writers’ Guild of America strike. Now in its second week, the primary sticking point of the strike is adequate compensation for content that runs on the internet, be it full-scale episodes or the “Office” “webisodes” that were on the show’s NBC Web site last summer.
Source: The Times Tribune
There is a “The Office” convention is Scranton, Pennsylvania this weekend. Some people may thinking, “What!” Then there are those thinking, “Man, I missed this one. I can’t wait till next year.”
There are some true die-hard “The Office” fans that cannot get enough of it. It is one of those shows that almost everyone can relate to. In every office building there is one character of “The Office” and maybe that is what makes it have such a huge following to have its own convention.
For those that don’t know “The Office” is set in Scranton, Pennsylvania and that is why that is a perfect place for the first “The Office” convention.