If you’re looking for a harrowing tale of middle America and the national pastime, Lucas Mann’s Class A is for you. Sort of. Continue Reading →
Tonight we say goodbye to The Office. Throughout its nine seasons we’ve all laughed, cried, cringed and at some point near the latter half of the series said it’s not as good as it used to be. Still, since March 24, 2005 the show has captivated us all and produced some of the best comedic moments in the history of television. To celebrate those nine seasons before tonight’s finale I’ve picked nine things I love about the show. These aren’t the best moments or my absolute favorite. They are just the first nine things that popped into my head, and trust me it took a split second to think of nine.
This quote by Michael Scott
I’ll always remember Michael’s sage advice.
“Did I stutter?!”
I’ve always loved Stanley. He’s most definitely my favorite minor character and I often repeat this classic Stanley line. Michael’s reaction is priceless.
Jim and Pam
Specifically all of their glances toward each other before they officially became a couple. Seriously, I think this relationship makes us all swoon.
I guess this is another Stanley moment. But this entire episode is a gem. Probably a favorite for life.
This cringe worthy kiss
Only on The Office is sexual harassment funny.
“That’s What She Said”
All of them. Seriously. Never gets old.
Dwight vs. Jim
I think I’ve blown up the pranks in my head to be a bigger deal than they actually are. A lot of them are so genius because they’re done in passing and not made too big of a deal. My favorite one is still probably the vending machine one.
Parkour and Planking
Two fads that the show tackled beautifully.
This song that made me cry like a baby
Hopefully tonight’s episode reminds us all why we fell in love with the Scranton crew.
Last night’s episode of How I Met Your Mother presented Ted talking to a lot of future versions of himself and Barney, but in the end it was all a ploy to reveal how along Ted really was in April 2013. Future Ted begins a voiceover telling his kids that if he could go anywhere that night that he wouldn’t go to Robots vs. Wrestlers. They knew where he’d go. He’d go to 115th Street to find his future wife. A fantasy sequence finds him there, talking to Future Wife. Here’s what he had to say: Continue Reading →
She may not be the youngest actor to win one of the big four at the Oscars, but Jennifer Lawrence is the first to be born in the 1990s. This may not be newsworthy (or timely for that matter), but I noticed it while goofing around on the internet. Continue Reading →
TV Guide is currently taking votes for their annual fan favorite awards. I’ve shared my thoughts on the first six categories. Here’s the other seven.
TV Guide is currently taking votes for their annual fan favorite awards. There are 13 categories total, but only the first six are available for voting so far. There will be seven more categories opened up for voting over the next few days and I’ll write the second part to this on March 3.
Over the course of December, I’ll present a series of my own end of 2012 lists. Unlike many, I won’t give you a best of list because that’s no fun. Instead I’ll give you lists of my favorite things from 2012. Because let’s face it: the best stuff isn’t always what you love the most.
My favorite returning television shows of 2012: Continue Reading →