Saturday, March 14, 2009

Friday, March 13, 2009

Season 5 - Episode 17 - Golden Ticket

On March 12th everyone in Scranton will be searching for the Golden Ticket. Sorry Charlie - there's no chocolate factory in this one.

Original Air Date: March 12, 2009
Writer: Mindy Kaling
Director: Randall Einhorn

MICHAEL'S 'GOLDEN TICKET' IDEA CAUSES QUITE A STIR- Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) causes a huge problem in the office when he comes up with the idea to put "golden tickets" into packages of paper for clients to redeem for discounts. Andy (Ed Helms), Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) give Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) differing advice on wooing a woman.

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Golden Ticket News:
Watch "Golden Ticket" Online, Michael Is Willy Wonka Video Highlight,

SBO Exclusives: Fan-site Conference Room, Recap & Review

Deleted Scenes: 1, 2, 3

Ricky Gervais And Elmo - HOLY CRAP FUNNY!

Golden Ticket - Recap & Review

The Office
Golden Ticket

Original Airdate: March 12, 2009

Shannon - Senior Staff Writer

Opening: Dwight and Michael get into a girl fight. That’s all you need to know.

Michael comes to work dressed as Willy Wonka. My husband says he called it. Whatever. The title is “Golden Ticket”. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist, pal.

Michael put Golden Tickets into random boxes of paper that offer the customer 10% off. Michael is very proud of himself, of course.

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Golden Ticket Video Highlight - Michael Is Willy Wonka

Golden Ticket - Deleted Scene #1

Watch "Golden Ticket" Online

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Office Conference Room – Golden Ticket

Welcome back to The Office Conference Room, a forum for some of your favorite Office Fan Sites to submit their TwoCents in the days immediately following a new Office episode.

In addition, YOU, the fans, can join in on the fun! Right here on ScrantonBranchOffice, we have a discussion going about the most recent episode, Golden Ticket, where you can give your very own TwoCents about the episode! To visit that forum, click HERE.

On to the Conference Room... and a Golden Ticket!

[Last Updated: 3/13/09 at 4:00 PM] Rachel
Favorite Moment: The "talking head" fight between Jim, Pam, and Andy... "Barbecue Sauce of Shame!"
Favorite Quote: "I want all of the credit with none of the blame." -Michael
Overall Episode Grade: B+

Nette's Layouts: Nette
Favorite Moment: Michael's reaction to Jim's client finding the golden ticket.
Favorite Quote: "When Michael's skirting a phone call, he gave me a list of places to say he is: Stopping a fight in the parking lot; An Obama fashion show (whatever, that is); Trapped in an oil painting... I'm gonna save that one." -Pam Beesly
Overall Episode Grade: B

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AMAZING New Cast Photos

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New Office Wallpapers!!

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Nette's Layouts' Top 10 Moment Contest

Our great friend, Nette, at has announced a fun new contest!

"What are your top 10 favorite moments of ‘The Office’? Do you think others will agree with you? Can you make the perfect list? Now I know there’s more than 10 awesome moments of ‘The Office’ but we just need the top 10."

Read all the details and prizes here!

Monday, March 9, 2009

Parks and Recreation NBC Photo Call!

Here are some official NBC photos (Courtesy of NBC) of the cast. The show debuts next month!

You can follow Parks And Recreation on our TwoCents Spin-Off - Parks And Recreation!

"Blood Drive" Deleted Scene #3

What About Bob?

Bobby Ray Shafer graces us with his FIFTIETH MySpace blog post!

Click here to check out his take on his time as Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration, and get his opinion on the Bob and Phyllis...uh...bathroom break.

Dinner with Steve and Paul!

In big movie news, Steve Carell will be starring in the upcoming comedy, "Dinner for Schmucks".

Carell will join Paul Rudd in this remake of a 1998 French comedy "La din de cons" about the world's worst dinner guest. (Anyone else thinking the "Dinner Party" episode plus an hour??).

The movie, directed by "Meet the Fockers" director Jay Roach, is set to start shooting in October, and will be the first collaboration between Carell and Rudd since "Anchorman".

To read more about the movie, and the struggle involved in getting it made, click here.