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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvest;2239213;
    I hope they show some of that eventually for those of us who do not watch things online. What a goldmine for material!
    I agree, as I don't tend to watch things online, either. Presumably they'll put the extra scenes and stuff on the dvd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical;2237734;
    I don't know either. It's the same thing with people who can't watch the first weeks of American Idol because they feel so embarassed for the bad singers, while other relish it for the bad singing. I'll admit that I fall into the first category, so it's sometimes hard for me to watch The Office when Michael is really being an ass.
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    I'm the same way- I can't watch AI at first because I hate to see people embarass themselves, willingly. As for Michael, I just have to keep reminding myself that it's a show, he's playing a character, and he's a darn good actor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCL;2239651;
    I agree, as I don't tend to watch things online, either. Presumably they'll put the extra scenes and stuff on the dvd.
    I had heard that they would be including the extended directors cuts of the episodes on the DVDs, not the broadcast versions. So on the season 3 DVD, the episode The Return will include that scene explaining where Andy goes. And I think it's for 10 weeks, not one month. I could be wrong though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wryle;2238903;
    I loved the bouquet toss. It was going straight for Kelly, and Ryan jumped up behind her and knocked it out of the way.
    I didn't realize that was Ryan.
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    One of the best episodes yet. The Vampire storyline was genius. And why in the world did Jim not go to the Art show? I got teary eyed during the Pam and Michael moment.. That was incredibly touching. One of my fav episodes by far.
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    Yes, I agree. Definitely one of the best episodes ever.

    Just when I've REALLY gotten annoyed with Michael with his antics at Phyllis' wedding, and his huge ego... I see him do this to Pam. He was soooo sincere with his compliments to Pam about how good her artwork is. It's so sweet. It was exactly what Pam needed to feel better.

    I'm so sad that Pam and Roy are back together

    I think with Ryan moving to the annex, Jim will take his old desk back... and he and Pam can continue with their looks Atleast, I hope so!

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    Who knew Michael could be so diabolical? Moving Ryan next to Kelly, sheer evil genius. I loved that he came to Pam's show and even though he was touched by the painting because it was on paper (and partially her drawing), he was one of the only ones who actually came. That can't be taken away from him and he was more sincere than Roy. While Roy was trying, there were definite moments of old-Roy.

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    Well Oscar and his partner did come to the showing, but his partner totally torn apart Pam's drawings.It would of been better if they just stayed home!

    I was sad though that Jim didn't come Was he even invited?

    Also... I found it so funny with Toby's comment of "And that's even really art" referring to his daughter's event that night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realitychick;2243212;
    I got teary eyed during the Pam and Michael moment.. That was incredibly touching.
    Me too -- and I rarely ever tear up at movies or TV shows. (DH is usually the one who mists up at the Hallmark moments. . .) But that was a great scene: one moment I'm shaking my head and saying of Michael "What a dick!" and a couple of scenes later I'm covering up my snivelling with the old "allergies must be acting up" excuse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Realitychick;2243212;
    I got teary eyed during the Pam and Michael moment.. That was incredibly touching. One of my fav episodes by far.
    I got teary eyed too. His sincerity was so powerful since he is usually so obnoxious and self-absorbed (but I still love his character). Then a few seconds after I tear up I am seriously laughing because of the "chunky" in his pocket that Pam noticed. Do they still make chunkies? Even if they don't you can't blame the writers for still using that brilliant reference!

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