The Office's Amy Ryan insists that knowing there's a proposal on the way will not spoil anything, saying that it "happens in true Michael Scott fashion" and that it took the show's crew two days to clean up after filming.
After being abandoned by Jim, Michael ventures an existential "walkabout" in Scranton. It's a contemplative time for powerful soul-searching, and for revealing his inner monologue to adorable animals.
A longtime dream of many Office fans was realized this evening as two titans of industry finally happened upon each other in a hallway. The Gervais/Carell team up was exactly as glorious as you'd expect. Video inside.
In his infinite tactical genius, Michael plans sad and happy parties for himself depending on the state of Holly's relationship. He may jump the gun a bit, but this is valuable advice. Plan booze for the best and worst.
For every time I think that Dunder Mifflin might not be a bad place to work, there's another, like this one at Gabe's Glee party that makes me cover my eyes and count my blessings.
Last week, Michael discovered his new girlfriend was already married and that he was the "other guy." Last night we assumed that he'd end the relationship, but instead he made a series of decisions and statements that simply sickened us.
What does it mean to "grow a pair?" From courtship to work ethic to pissing contests and drinking, last night's Office showed us how to be men.
Truly a question that has plagued mankind for literally never. It's use in everyday life to get a cheap laugh had come from somewhere, though. And that somewhere was poking fun at a slutty girl at Long Beach State.