Erin: She’s going to be like, “what’s your stance on politics?
The eighth season of The Office was the first without original series star Steve Carell as Michael Scott; he was replaced with new cast member James Spader as Sabre CEO Robert California, while Andy Bernard (Ed Helms) was promoted to regional manager of the Dunder Mifflin Scranton branch.
Michael's problem is that he's desperate to be liked, and loved – both in platonic and romantic relationships. ), or the illicit fling with bartender Donna, Michael keeps being told that being himself isn't good enough. Meanwhile, Michael dumps Pam's mum, Helene, because she's too old for him – in a twist, simply being honest about her age and experiences means that she's not good enough for *him*.
), bravura behaviour (hiya "Date Mike"), and ill-placed trust (two words: Ryan Howard). Whether it's his disastrous affair with his realtor Carol (remember when he photoshopped his face on top of her ex-husband's for a Christmas card?
Not only does Erin love the job in a way Pam never did, she brings an entirely different attitude to being a receptionist. In the end, they only made it two dates before Andy announced it to the entire building. maintaining her cheerful spirit in the face of office mishaps.
If you didn’t know better, you’d think it was her dream job. When you’re working for Michael Scott, not every day is going to be a picnic.
That person has really gotten him or herself into quite a predicament.
I do so enjoy it when The Office departs the office for nighttime fun and frolicking, followed closely by excruciating awkwardness, heartbreak and despair.
It’s an opportunity for the gang to escape the drudgery of the workaday world and let loose in a suspiciously Dave & Buster’s-like quasi-adult playground.
At times, her guilelessness even verges on airheaded-ness, like her belief that disposable cameras are a waste because you throw them away once you use up the roll, and thus never get to see the pictures.
Writers: Jonathan Green, Gabe Miller Director: David Rogers Summary (NBC): Andy learns he is related to Michelle Obama — Darryl has a hard time in his new role as assistant regional manager when Andy flaunts his bloodlines.
I know I’ve never complained about this before, but I am so fucking sick of The Office shoving Oscar’s homosexuality down our collective throat.