Friday, September 28, 2012

The Office 902 Review - Ready For My Close-up

Good for Roy! I'm not sure why The Office decided that he needed such a happy send off, but "Roy's Wedding" was indeed that.

Not only did he get married to a seemingly great girl, but he's also well off, and more importantly, he's making an effort to do special things for his now wife. He's grown up.

The way the sitcom worked Roy's surprise for his bride into the story - so that Jim and Pam could take issue with the fact that they had absolutely no secrets between them - was perfect. Sure, it didn't create many laughs, but watching Jim squirm about his giant secret was fun enough on its own.

Back at Dunder Mifflin, things started to get a bit crazy. After Nellie's charity bit pushed Dwight into agreeing to live under Taliban law, she had the brilliant idea to steal something, which would require Dwight to cut her hand off.
To read the rest of my review of last night's The Office, head over to TV Fanatic.

1 comment:

  1. LOVE this new season of The Office. It’s shaping up to be as good as the first three or four seasons when it was a groundbreaking new show. I love that they’re going out strong like this. I was watching the show with a couple coworkers of mine from DISH, and the whole wedding just had us rolling. Watching in a group is awesome, but I always miss a few things, so I re-watch the show by myself the next day. I use Auto Hop on my Hopper to watch it without commercials so I can get a fuller, more immersive viewing experience. It really seems like that’s how the show is meant to be seen; uninterrupted comedy gold!