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Lady Luck roll those dice because we re breaking down Casino Night written by Steve Carell! We start this JAM packed episode by explaining how Steve ended up writing this episode, we chat about Pam's wink to Jim, and Jenna shares some behind the scenes tidbits about the Scrantonicity video. Then we get some fan catches about Pam's casino night dress paired with her watch, and that Dwangela slap heard around the world. Finally, we call up the one and only, John Krasinski, to talk about his memories about this episode, the teapot, and that iconic episode ending.
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THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY EARWOLF | TRANSCRIPT
Office Ladies is produced by Earwolf, Jenna Fischer, and Angela Kinsey.
Theme song is Rubber Tree by Creed Bratton.
The Dunder Mifflin crew holds a casino party at the warehouse and Michael has two dates. The Dunder Mifflin crew holds a casino party at the warehouse and Michael has two dates. The Dunder Mifflin crew holds a casino party at the warehouse and Michael has two dates.
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At the poker table, both Michael and Toby go all in. Toby has a pair of Jacks, while Michael's hand is practically indistinguishable, presumably two mismatched cards lower than a Jack. However, the game is Texas Hold 'Em, and the dealer gives the hand to Toby without dealing any cards into the center of the table.
IRAAG: Michael got up and walked away before the community cards could be dealt, forfeiting the hand.
Jim Halpert: Hey, can I talk to you about something?
Pam Beesley: About when you want to give me more of your money?
Pam Beesley: Did you want to do that now? We can go inside. I'm feeling kind of good tonight.
Jim Halpert: I was just. I'm in love with you.
Pam Beesley: [No longer smiling] What?
Jim Halpert: I'm really sorry if that's weird for you to hear, but I needed you to hear it. Probably not good timing, I know that. I just.
Pam Beesley: [Stunned] What are you doing? What do you expect me to say to that?
Jim Halpert: I just needed you to know. Once.
Pam Beesley: You have no idea.
Pam Beesley: . what your friendship means to me.
Jim Halpert: Come on. I don't want to do that. I wanna be more than that.
[a small tear runs down Jim's face]
Pam Beesley: I'm really sorry if you misinterpreted things. It's probably my fault.
Jim Halpert: [Trying to recover] Not your fault. I'm sorry I misinterpreted our friendship.
Based on the British comedy of the same name, this acclaimed sitcom is told through the lenses of a documentary film crew and filled with gossip, pranks, romance and general foolishness at Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
The Dunder Mifflin staff deals with some surprises around the office in the wake of Casino Night.
Michael, Dwight and Jan head to a major office supply convention in Philadelphia.
Fed up with Michael's antics in the office, Angela pushes Dwight to take action against him.
Michael freaks out at the death of the former regional manager and forces the staff through grief counseling.
Dwight takes Ryan out for his first sales call and puts him through an outrageous series of tests along the way.
Michael urges the entire office to support diversity by celebrating Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.
News of the Scranton branch shutdown leads the Dunder Mifflin's staff to dream of what their lives might be like away from the office.
The Scranton branch faces a surprising merger which forces the staff to cope with a variety of significant changes.
The office learns that one of the former Stamford branch employees is an ex-convict - episode written by British series creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
Part 1 of 2. In a special holiday episode directed by Harold Ramis, strife on the party planning committee results in two competing Christmas parties, while Michael is dumped for the holidays.
EPISODE 10 42m
Michael returns from his Jamaican vacation as the office prepares for a night of inventory.
EPISODE 11 22m
Michael has the sales staff pair up and venture out into the field.
EPISODE 12 22m
The office celebrates Oscar's return to Dunder Mifflin.
EPISODE 13 29m
Michael celebrates Phyllis' wedding shower by bringing two adult performers into the office, a stripper and Ben Franklin.
EPISODE 14 22m
While the office gets ready for Phyllis's big day, an important task appointed to Michael goes embarrassingly wrong.
EPISODE 15 22m
Michael is invited to be a guest speaker at Ryan's business school while back at the office, Dwight goes batty trying to catch a bat.
EPISODE 16 22m
Michael and Jan make their relationship public during a party; Jim meets Karen's ex and the staff goes to happy hour for drinks.
EPISODE 17 22m
Salary negotiations drive Michael to think about his own pay.
EPISODE 18 30m
For safety-training day at Dunder-Mifflin, Michael and Dwight attempt to expose all workplace dangers to the staff.
EPISODE 19 22m
The staff goes into crisis mode after a shipment of paper goes out with an obscene watermark.
EPISODE 20 22m
Outrage breaks out in the office after Phyllis (Phyllis Smith) gets an unexpected eyeful from a flasher.
EPISODE 21 29m
Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) is being considered for a position in Corporate and has to recommend his replacement.
EPISODE 22 28m
Part 1 of 2. In the season finale, the office is still buzzing from the events of their day at the beach. A job opening in Corporate pits coworker against coworker as Michael, Jim and Karen all head to New York for final interviews.
EPISODE 23 43m
It was always going to be a brave move remaking Ricky Gervais's classic mockumentary The Office. After all the ground-breaking Brit-com had taken home six BAFTAS and a Golden Globe amongst its sizeable awards haul and built a huge fanbase the world over. However, anyone who has watched the US version of the show will know that none of the side-splitting gags, gleeful awkwardness and tear-jerking pathos have been lost in translation.
Much like its British counterpart, the American remake is a hilarious look at how the staff of a paper company survive the mundanities of their daily work life. Mundane, however, is one thing The Office isn't. This is one of the funniest shows on television. Stat.
Set in Scranton, Pennsylvania; The Office stars Steve Carell, winner of his own Golden Globe for best performance in 2006 for his portrayal of the brash, over-bearing boss with a heart of gold Michael Scott. At the time Carell was hot off his star-making turns in Bruce Almighty and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and The 40 Year old Virgin was about to be released in cinemas. Powered by a demented self-belief and incredibly thick skin, Scott is as brilliant comedy creation who, much like the show, initially aped his British counterpart but quickly took on a life of his own, defying all expectations to become a
Just like the British version, the Stateside The Office was a career maker for many. Apart from the aforementioned Carell, the staff of Dunder Mifflin includes Blades Of Glory star Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly, the company's long-suffering secretary and object of unrequited desire for Jim Halpert, played by John Krasinski. Rainn Wilson gets all the best lines as the Battlestar Galactica obsessed beet farmer who takes on the position of assistant to the regional manager a little too earnestly. Two of the show's writers also make a most welcome appearance on screen in the form of Mindy Kaling (The Mindy Project) and B.J. Novak who play Kelly and Ryan, the kind of couple you never want to work with and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Ellie Kemper and Ed Helms (The Hangover trilogy) are the "will they?" "won't they?" couple you wish you did. Will Ferrell, Idris Elba, Kathy Bates and James Spader add to the guest-starring Hollywood star power.
Like all the best comedies, The Office mixes tears of laughter with weeping pathos. The emotional core is driven by the wonderful performances from the entire cast. These are characters you grow to love. When they cry, you will cry and when they laugh, you'll be in hysterics.
Nine series of comedy gold. Who knew being in the office could be this much fun?
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