PopWatch Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch Blog

Tag: The Office (51-60 of 266)

EW’s Bite of the Night for Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011

We at EW scoured the TV line-up last night to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. It was a great night for comedy… and pizza apparently. Jimmy Kimmel, Amy Farrah Fowler, and The Office‘s under-the-radar genius Kevin all chipped in some chuckle-worthy soundbites that revealed their inner dialogues in a delightfully enlightening way. Read on…

Want more? See a clip from last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! National Unfriend Day celebration, read Adam B. Vary’s take on The Big Bang Theory, and check out Erin Strecker’s Office recap!

Read more:
EW’s Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Monday, Nov. 14, 2011

EW's Bite of the Night for Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011

We at EW scoured the TV line-up last night to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. This week certainly wasn’t going out with a whimper. From Andy Bernard’s tambourine-bashing machismo on The Office to heart-ripping aggression courtesy of The Vampire Diaries Damon Salvatore, not to mention some seriously graphic threats from Denmark (a.k.a. Model UN representative Leslie Knope) on Parks and Recreation, Thursday’s big boys and girls came to play. Read on…

Want more? See what’s afoot in Scranton with Erin Strecker’s recap, celebrate Homecoming in Mystic Falls with Damon, Stefan, Elena, and our own Mandi Bierly, and see if Peru cowered in fear (as it should have) while you read Dan Snierson’s take on last night’s Parks and Rec.

Read more:
EW’s Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Monday, Nov. 7, 2011

EW's Bite of the Night for Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011

We at EW scoured the TV line-up last night to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. Though Thursday’s shows were, as ever, teeming with spooky, sexy goodness courtesy of The Vampire Diaries, Community, Parks and Recreation, and The Big Bang Theory, to name a few, it was Scranton’s favorite new CEO who got our ears perked up with a rumination on the true meaning of Halloween. Read what Robert California had to say below.

Want more? Read Erin Strecker’s recap!

Read more:
EW’s Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Monday, Oct. 24, 2011

'The Office': The gang has lotto dreams. Talk about the third episode here!

What would you do if you won the lottery? The Office gang grappled with that unlikely scenario in last night’s episode when — surprise! — they found out that the warehouse crew had won the lottery and all promptly quit Dunder Mifflin.

Does this mean the end of Madge? Matt? Other nameless warehouse guys whom I’ve grown fond of over the years? It certainly doesn’t mean the end of Darryl, who quit playing on the group entries once he was promoted. To add insult to massive injury, they won using the old standby numbers the warehouse gang had always used — Darryl’s birthday. Bru-tal. READ FULL STORY

'The Office': How's new boss Andy Bernard doing?

Community: it’s not just a show that’s on before The Office. This week’s Office featured the Dunder-Mifflin crew coming together on a challenge to increase sales after new CEO Robert California said he wants to see them double their percentage growth this quarter, despite a little national recession.

Naturally, new boss Andy was feeling the pressure. He wanted to continue making a good first impression on Robert, so he crowd-sourced tie options in the conference room while Dwight led a meeting about a brand new heavy triangle tablet. (Side note: Awesome). READ FULL STORY

New 'Office' boss: Did Dunder Mifflin make the right choice?

Angela’s cat is out of the bag. Spoiler Alert! On last night’s season premiere of The Office, we learned that the new boss would be played by none other than… READ FULL STORY

Elmo and Cookie Monster re-enact 'The Office,' 'CSI: Miami,' and more! -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

It’s one thing to meet that actor who was once in that one movie you liked, but it’s another to meet the folks that taught you how to count. Elmo and Cookie Monster made the trip from Sesame Street to the EW offices to tell us about their new season (which starts next Monday), and we couldn’t have been more excited had it been Johnny Depp sword-fighting with a time-traveling Theodore Roosevelt. In honor of their upcoming slate of guest stars, the two of them took us through their interpretations of some of TV’s biggest shows — including The Big Bang Theory, CSI: Miami, and The Office (which, coincidentally, name-checked Sesame Street in its premiere last night) and we have to say, Cookie Monster would actually make a pretty good replacement for Michael Scott. Check out the video below and watch as your adult and childhood television viewing habits collide. (By the way, I’m the Muppet in the middle.)  READ FULL STORY

'The Office': The new boss is revealed! James Spader makes his debut as CEO! So did you watch?

When we last checked in with the Dunder-Mifflin crew, there was a whole lot of much ado about nothing. When the finale ended last season, we still didn’t know who the new boss would be. Over the summer, we learned James Spader’s character, Robert California, would be the new CEO, after talking Jo (Kathy Bates) out of her own job. READ FULL STORY

Alec Baldwin and John Krasinski turn baseball feud into a pissing contest

It’s official. Last night, the New York Yankees clinched the American League East division with a double-header sweep of Tampa Bay. But the Red Sox are still in the race for the postseason, as they come to New York tomorrow for a three-game series. More importantly, John Krasinski and Alec Baldwin are still committed to their New Era rivalry, which took an Odd Couple twist when Baldwin was forced to go into hiding after burning down his apartment building. How committed? Well, battle lines have literally been drawn down the middle of Krasinski’s apartment for the last chapter of their season-long feud. Baldwin still resists covering his power-hair, but a Yankees cap at least rests nearby, and the tension of a September showdown between the two hated rivals turns out to be just too much for one of them. Take a leak look. READ FULL STORY

Fall TV survival guide: How to navigate life with your newly jam-packed schedule

Now that you’re armed with our Fall TV Preview double issue, it’s time to hit the ground running. And by hit the ground running, we of course mean settling in for a lot of television viewing from the comfort of your couch. Still, we realize this can all be pretty overwhelming. After all, for as much television as we consumed over the summer — from Big Brother to True Blood — the viewing schedule wasn’t nearly as jam-packed as it soon will be. (Plus, we even went outside from time to time!) With the premieres of all the new and returning programs just days away, now is the time to get ready. (If you’re far behind on a series, like say, The Good Wife or Community or The Vampire Diaries, you’d better start watching those DVDs to catch up riiiiight… NOW!) But, don’t fret, dear PopWatchers, we’re here to help. After all, you’ll need to outwit, outplay, and outlast all of life’s distractions so you don’t miss a moment of Survivor. Here now, a fall television survival guide:

Find a buddy: Why do we watch TV? To talk about it the next day, of course! Like in college when you’d take classes with a pal and take turns attending so you could exchange notes (which this writer totally never engaged in, just knew people who did), you’ll need a partner through the fall TV season. Shack up with your quirky pals to watch New Girl together or have weekly gatherings to discuss who your favorite contestant is on X Factor. Either way, you can’t do this alone. READ FULL STORY

Latest Videos

Advertisement

TV Recaps

Powered by WordPress.com VIP