I’m listening to music and “Threw It On The Ground” came on. I was singing pretty loudly.
“Man, this ain’t my dad! This is a cell phone! I threw it on the ground! What you think, I’m stupid?”
Then at that moment, my mom walked by and just nodded yes.
I started laughing on the way to work thinking about how everyone was bringing a cat as a wedding gift.
This episode could not have been written more perfectly.
I have to stop looking at gifs this morning because I’m tearing up.
I am going to keep the retrospective and the finale on my DVR until the S9 DVD comes out. The DVD will have the retrospective on it, right? It has to.
Really, this episode deserves every award it could possibly get. This is exactly how a series finale should be done. They wrapped up everyone’s story and it was so touching and sweet and hilarious all at the same time. It was literally the perfect ending to the perfect show.
Oh, and STEVE CARELL BETTER FUCKING WIN AN EMMY FOR HIS APPEARANCE AS A GUEST STAR IN THE FINALE. I don’t care what anyone says. This man deserves an Emmy for Michael Scott. The end.
That finale was more perfect than I could ever hope for. I’m crying, but the finale hasn’t left me sad. It’s left me feeling like the show is complete. I will miss it so much, but it all got wrapped up and it ended beautifully.
Ryan and Kelly are back together, Jim and Pam are happy, Dwight and Angela got married and MICHAEL SCOTT came to the wedding. All is right in the world
Alright guys. I’m going in the other room to watch on the big TV with my family. When I come back, I will be a mess, as I’m sure we all will.
Enjoy watching, everyone.
The Lonely Island cancelled their Chicago concert. :-(
At least I’ll have a little bit of extra money in my account from the refund.
Sorry for all of “The Office” posts today. I’ve already lost a few followers. My blogging habits should return to normal shortly after the finale. (after a day or so)
I’m usually pretty excited about approaching 5:00pm because it means it’s almost time to go home for the day. Today, I’m not excited because it means only two more hours until “The Office” finale begins.
The day went so fast. Two hours and twenty minutes left.