Friday, January 4, 2008

Creed Thoughts - Jan 3, 2008

Creed's New Year Resolution is to GAIN weight. You have to love this guy.

"By summertime, you’re going to see me on a beach and tell me to put my shirt on. There’s going to be a whole new Creed around these parts and this guy’s breaking every chair he sits in. Say goodbye to the skinny old guy you once knew, because here comes Chubby Creed and I’m going to eat your lunch."

You can read it all HERE.

Ed Helms' New Project

According to The Hollywood Reporter:

"Fox and New Regency's sci-fi comedy "Starship Dave" is also launching May 30. Directed by Brian Robbins ("Norbit"), it stars Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Elizabeth Banks and Ed Helms. Its story involves miniature aliens whose spaceship is in human form and winds up falling in love with an earth woman."

Hmmm, this doesn't sound too good - or does it?

Thursday, January 3, 2008

"The Office" Mentioned in Leno's Monologue

The Late Night talk shows came back LIVE last night. Conan, Dave and Jay all went live.

In Jay Leno's monologue, written by himself because his writers are still on strike, he shows us a spoof picture of Jeff Zucker's house (Head Honcho at NBC)...

And then showed us spoof video of "Writer's Town" where the writers live. How can they fit all those brilliant Office writers in that one little shack?

The Office Personality Quiz's Office Homepage has a new gift for us fans.

They have "The Office" Personality quiz that allows you to find out which employee at Dunder Mifflin we are most like.

Click HERE to take the quiz.

Just so you know, MY answers say --->

Who are you?

Share it with us in the comments!

Rainn Wilson is a Charitable Soul

Rainn Wilson is all about the Mona Foundation.

"The Mona Foundation is a charity that supports grassroots movements towards education in developing countries. What makes me so excited about it is it’s not some charity going into a place and saying ‘We’re going to build a road here or a school here or a soccer field here.’ They go in very sensitively and look for things that are already working and then lend their financial support … whether it’s an orphanage in the Amazon, a school for native Indian speakers in Panama or a girl’s school in Tanzania. … There’s no infrastructure to it, so literally 97 percent of your money goes directly to support these initiatives."

You can read MSNBC's entire interview HERE.

Melora Video Interview has a great video interview with Merlora Hardin as she's in rehearsal for her upcoming cabaret performances.

"I have so much creative energy, I don't feel warn out by having a lot of things on my plate."

She must have a lot of energy for the number of things she's done recently! Singing, TV, movies, kids, family, etc etc etc....

You can watch the video HERE.

Ed Helms' New Years Resolution

Will Ferrell and friends are back at Funny or Die with a new video.

People such as Will, James Franco, Mila Kunis, Ken Jeung (was in Michael's improv class), Fergie and Ed Helms tell the camera their resolution.

What is Ed's? Well you will just have to watch to find out now won't you?

Click HERE for the video.

*Warning - there is adult language/content.

Melora Hardin Performing THIS Weekend

If you're in the Los Angeles area, go check out Melora Hardin this weekend!

"Melora Hardin The actress does a singing gig at the jazz club. Catalina Bar & Grill, 6725 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat., 9 p.m.; Sun.; 7:30 p.m. $25. (323) 466-2210."

Details are HERE.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Everyone Loves Phyllis and Bob Vance!

The Seattle Post Intelligencer has listed their favorite TV Moments of 2007. Their favorite weddings include OUR favorite wedding!

"Bob Vance and Phyllis Lapin
The Office's Phyllis (Phyllis Smith) and Bob (Bobby Ray Shafer) tied the knot back in February. But leave it to boss Michael (Steve Carell) to make a memorable toast to the happy couple, noting that their celebrity nickname would be Phlob and that Phyllis was known as Easy Rider in high school."

Read the whole list HERE.

Stanley Ran a Roller Coaster?

Ok, well, not Stanley - but Leslie David Baker did!

According to the's list of celebrity first jobs, our favorite pretzel lover was surrounded by cotton candy often.

"LESLIE DAVID BAKER (The Office): "When I was in high school I worked at an amusement park operating a roller coaster, out in the blistering heat all day. ... Some street gang came in one day and decided they wanted to take over the amusement park. I showed them how to work the roller coaster and I got in the car and went home.""

You can click HERE to read the whole list.

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Happy New Year

All the best from the staff of the ScrantonBranchOffice in the New Year!

Sunday, December 30, 2007

I LOVE The Office...

Annie L.
Morgan Hill, CA

I started watching The Office during Season 2.

I own all 3 seasons on DVD, calendar, pens, pencils, coffee mugs, pads of paper, Dwight bobblehead & too many other things to name not to mention DVD's of the different actors movies they've appeared in.

My favorite characters are:

After I check I go check out Nette's Layouts on MySpace, Office Tally, The Office on NBC, and Give Me My Remote.

My favorite All Time Moments are:
- Dwight's shunning of Andy in "Safety Training"
- Jim not being allowed to talk because Pam jinxed him in "Drug Testing"
- The kiss in "Casino Night"

I've had my questions answered by Karly Rothenberg (Madge) and Kent Zbornak on I've also received MySpace messages from Richard Gonzales who used to work on the show.

My three favorite episodes are:
- The Secret
- Safety Training
- Conflict Resolution

"What I like most about the show, is even when an episode is not at its best, there is always a memorable line or moment that solidifies why the show is just that damn good. Every actor on the show has tremendous chemistry with each other. Though I root for Jim & Pam, there are so many other great couples including Jim & Dwight, Michael & Ryan, Michael & Toby, Michael & Dwight and Dwight & Angela. Everyone plays so well off each other that even when the actors don't have speaking lines, their facial expressions are worth a thousand words! I pop in an Office DVD at least once or twice a week. The show is a great "pick me upper" after having a bad day. No matter how dorky Dwight is, how bitchy Angela can be, or what a jerk Michael is, at the end of the day, I would still love to work at that office and I credit that to the brilliance of everyone on the show. The Office truly is an ensemble show and one of the very best ever on television."

Now it's your turn! Tell us why you LOVE The Office! Click HERE for details.