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What Did the Dunder-Mifflinites Do This Summer?

I don't know about you but I've had a pretty crazy summer. But it pales in comparison to what the gang at Dunder-Mifflin went through during this long, hot summer.

Just what did Michael, Dwight, Jim, Pam and the rest get up to? Let's see, thanks, to this new character-driven promo for Season Four of The Office from NBC:



Hmmm, so Jim DID leave Karen "crying by a fountain" in New York City, Dwight got an infection from contaminated groundwater, Michael and Jan moved in together (aha!) and Michael found Ratatouille to be a little, er, unbelievable. Teehee. And kudos to Kelly for getting that jab in about Ryan.

Season Four of The Office launches with four one-hour installments on Thursday, September 27th, at 9 pm.

Comments

This promo is soooo much better than the sappy Jim and Pam one. Love Creed's discover that he has grandkids...and kids. Too funny!
Anonymous said…
This is how "Office" promos should be! Poor Karen. Will she be on the show next season? I thought for sure that she was a goner. Like Pam with her hair down and Ryan's new look and loved Kelly's comments about Ryan! I can't wait for this season!
Anonymous said…
Loved the stuff with Kelly and Ryan. I am very happy that Karen will be around next season too!
Anonymous said…
So much better than that MIKA crap they had done for the what happened so far. This was exactly what I've been itching for.
Anonymous said…
Now I really can't wait for season 4! Looks like it could be really great if they don't screw it up with the hour episodes.
The CineManiac said…
I loved it, this was hilarious. I loved when Ryan said "I think I dated a black girl." Simply Brilliant

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