Thursday, September 21, 2006

The Gay Witch Hunt

Come all ye, set down your ipods and gather around your tele's. Tonight is the season 3 premiere for NBC's The Office. If you have not come to love The Office like me and millions of other Americans by now, I highly recommend that you throw your elitest feelings out the window and jump on board for a sure-to-be-hilarious season 3.

If by chance you were living in that dark hole I described above, let me fill you in. Last season ended with an unusually dramatic cliff hanger; diverting away from the normal hilarious antics of Michael(Steve Carell) and Dwight(Rainn Wilson). Although the season finale contained a funny casino night party, the real suspense occurred when Jim (John Krasinski) finally confessed his love for Pam (Jenna Fischer) and later proceeded to kiss her. This proved to be the climax of an ongoing plot line that pinned Jim's secret feelings for Pam up against the drawn out engagement of Pam and Dunder Mifflin warehouse employee Roy (David Denman). And thus we have season 3...

Here is a synopis of the Season 3 premiere episode, “Gay Witch Hunt” from TV Guide, which is set to air tonight:

The third-season opener is set in the wake of casino night, and things get mighty dicey when Michael heedlessly outs a gay Dunder Mifflin employee. Meanwhile, some details about Jim and Pam’s complicated relationship come to light.

If you haven't been able to tell, the RMDS crew are pretty excited for this. So be sure to tune in tonight to NBC 8:30/7:30c for all the amazing antics that are sure to ensue. Leave us some of your favorite Office moments or quotes in the comments if you'd like...

-mp3- NBC's The Office - Theme Song
-mp3- The Beatles - She Said She Said
-mp3- Belle & Sebastian - Step Into My Office, Baby

4 Comments:

Blogger Brad aka Penguin said...

If it's an office, why'd you put workspace?

8:24 PM  
Blogger Jacob said...

"i'm not offended by homosexuality. in the 60's, i made love to many, many women. often outdoors, in the mud and the rain, and it's possible a man slipped in. would have no way of knowing."

10:40 AM  
Blogger rachael nelson said...

i love the mp3s included at the end of this.

"that's what she said...or he said."

12:48 PM  
Anonymous Blanathema said...

I have never seen your version but the original UK version with Ricky Gervais was brilliant. Got all the DVD's!

10:41 AM  

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