Now we spend the whole time half paying attention and occasionally snorting with exasperation. I think Steve Carell made the right choice in leaving when he did, and I think the series should have ended on that note.
Next week is the final episode of the final season, and it can’t come fast enough. Are they just trying to replace the brilliance of BJ Novak, Mindy Kaling, Steve Carell, etc? Oh, except for when he was gone for months on a random boating excursion (aka filming ? Lots of footage of the good old days for us to look back on and remember when we used to love this show and marathon it and rewatch the Christmas episodes. Luckily it didn’t get greenlighted, but for a hot second we almost had a new NBC show called .
Back in the early seasons, we couldn’t finish one episode without starting the next one. But it’s like rubbing our noses in it, to show us the moments we loved, when what we have now is so much LESS. I get why NBC passed, and I support their decision. I am going to be seriously bummed if Michael Scott comes back for the finale.
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I would say the first three seasons are really the best.
We were late on the train, but we started watching it in the summer of 2009, which was overall a really good, happy, sunny time for us.
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Then Season 7 was the final Michael Scott (Steve Carell) season, and frankly I don’t remember much of it. I guess he was kind of funny at the Stamford branch, when he was calling Jim “Big Tuna” and singing “Lovefool” over and over again. But…how can it be airing if there’s still one more episode for us to watch?