March 16th, 2006

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No Summer Vacation for The Office

Source: NBC
March 16, 2006

NBC's hit comedy “The Office” (Thursdays, 9:30 - 10:00pm ET) goes digital with ten, original stand-alone webisodes premiering on this summer. Each webisode will be approximately 2 minutes in length.

The serialized arc will star the accounting staff of the Dunder Mifflin paper company in an edge-of-your-ergonomically-designed-seat whodunit.

When the Dunder Mifflin accountants -- Angela (Angela Kinsey), Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) and Oscar (Oscar Nunez) -- discover that $3000 is missing from the Scranton office, no one is above suspicion, as the crack team of numbers crunchers tries to solve the mystery before turning on each other.

The first webisode will be available at NBC’s website for “The Office” (link) on Thursday, July 13th. Unlike previous videos at, the webisodes will be compatible with both Macs and PCs.

Rainn Wilson, Melora Hardin, Phyllis Smith, Kate Flannigan, Leslie David Baker and David Denman also star.
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I was watching My Name Is Earl and during one of the commercial breaks for i think it was, I swear it was John Krasinski doing the voice over. I could be wrong, but the voice very much sounded like him. Anyone else hear this?

And in another really interesting but not really related Office moment, I was in a meeting with one of the Reverends at my church yesterday, and in the middle of our conversation she used the phrase, "BFD" which made me laugh and take pause for a moment, because this show is so totally stuck in my head.