The_Dude wrote:On a related note, I've never had HBO (because I'm cheap), but I love to go back and watch the shows on Netflix. The wife and I are on Season 3 of Six Feet Under right now, and I was so excited when Dwight K. Schrute showed up as a new character. Rainn Wilson is my new hero.
His character is great on that series...you're in for some, um, interesting stuff in Season 3. I can see you liking that show Dude...that "intellectual humor" stuff! I wish the show was still on...we were glued to the TV on Sundays during the last season1
We just finished Season 3. In my humble opinion, it was the best season of the show so far. The fact that they could fundamentally alter the storyline and craft this bruising deconstruction of the main character was just brilliant writing and acting.
I'm very excited for season 4... I've heard they do an excellent job wrapping up, etc. We have disc 1 here now, which we'll probably watch tonight after the Seahawks win.
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If anyone caught the basketball episode in season 1, one of the funniest ones. I got the season 1 DVD and it had deleted scenes and one was of Michael trying to throw a full court shot and you know miss it being the fool he is, and he swishes it. Pretty funny stuff.
If you weren't aware, The Office is going on hiatus for a while...
Yahoo! News wrote:"The Office" will go off the air at the end of March so star Steve Carell can film a movie, Reilly said. He said he also hasn't figured out what to do with the ill-fated "Friends" spinoff "Joey," which has 12 new episodes done but no place on the schedule.
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