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Friday, November 12, 2010

The Office - Viewing Party recap/review

Gabe and Erin invited everyone to a party at Gabe’s house to watch Glee. Dwight thought the idea was dumb, but he went along with it. "Glee. Of all the feelings to base a show around. Thirst. Now that's a show I'd watch," he said. Michael loved the idea until he realized that everyone thinks of Gabe as the boss now, supplanting Michael. Michael acted like a jerk at the party (of course), and tried to destroy it. Erin confronted him, and Michael realized that Erin wanted Michael’s approval of her relationship, because she saw him as a father figure. He started acting like her father, telling her to go to her room. This worked for both Erin and Michael, because Erin is spectacularly dumb. Michael and Erin might make a great couple if anything ever happens to Holly. Except after this episode, that would be extraordinarily creepy.

Andy was still grieving the loss of Erin, so he ate all of Gabe’s Japanese virility drugs. They got him high, but then they made him sick. He vomited on Gabe’s bed and covered it up with a pillow. Ha. We are team Andy, even though one of us hates Andy. Gabe is a douche, as shown by the objects in his apartment and his music ... umm, we mean "soundscapes."

Dwight fixed Cece’s sleep cycle by calming her to sleep … for a price. Jim had to serve Dwight, feeding him by hand. This provided the only laugh of the episode for us. Dwight had to put off sex with Angela to do this deed, and Pam had to break the news to Angela that she wasn’t going to be getting any Dwight that night.

There were a few good lines last night, especially regarding Glee. (Michael saying that his favorite character is "the invalid," for instance.) But this show still only has two things going for it right now. 1) The boss is leaving, so people will tune in to see his replacement and it might give the show new creative opportunities. 2) Dwight K. Schrute. Let's face it. Even in the good old days, Dwight was always this show's ace in the hole.

Oh and Kelly: We agree with you that Jesse abruptly dumping and hating Rachel was totally weird. We think everyone agrees with you. Also, we wish The Office had attempted its own Glee musical number right before the credits or something.

Episode grade: B-

Watch it on hulu


  1. This was the best episode of The Office in a looong time. I cackled. I wanted to eat Pigs in a Blanket in a blanket. I wanted Dwight to be my babysitter. And I love Andy Bernard.

    The dynamic between Erin and Michael always makes me feel incredibly awkward. As I've said before, we sometimes have to leave the room because of the awkwardness... it makes us too uncomfortable to watch. I'm not even joking about it, we actually get up and leave.

  2. haha. Why don't you guys just change the channel? That's still really funny.

    Yeah, we liked this episode a lot better than the last couple of weeks, but we are still mad at the show.