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Deaths and proposals and babies, oh my! Finale season is officially on, people, and your favorite shows are not playing around this year! This past week alone saw The Office close Dunder Mifflin's doors for the last time, a fan-favorite character die on The Vampire Diaries and New Girl's Nick and Jess finally made a decision on their future! Plus, Grey's Anatomy welcomed a baby, while Revenge killed off a character who has been with the show since the beginning. Phew, we're exhausted. To help you keep track of all the finales, here's a quick rundown of the madness: The Office: The NBC sitcom's series finale saw the return of fan-favorites Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak. »
"The Office" ended its eight-year run on Thursday night, in a cute finale that saw the wedding of a fan favorite couple, the return of Michael Scott and a perfect sendoff for the rest of the Dunder Mifflin crew.So, how'd it all end? See our favorite moments from the series finale below. 1.) Michael Scott is back! Steve Carell returned for the show's final episode, staying to the sidelines but still packing an emotional punch. The former Dunder Mifflin boss returned for Dwight Schrute's wedding -- popping up to help Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) with the "Best Prank Ever."It was sweet to see him interact with his former coworkers. And while Holly (Amy Ryan) didn't come with him, we learned the couple now have a couple kids of their own and Michael's a very proud papa -- so proud he needs two phones because he's taken so many photos of them. »
- tooFab Staff
The Wedding Crashers return to the big-screen together for the first-time since the 2005 hit with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn leading Shawn Levy’s fish-out-of-water workplace comedy The Internship. The film sees the likeable duo as recently laid off salesman who decide to comfront technology for the first time by conning there way into working at internet giant Google. Of course, they’re pretty clueless and the hilarity is sure to come.
The official synopsis is as follows:
Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) are salesmen whose careers have been torpedoed by the digital world. Trying to prove they are not obsolete, they defy the odds by talking their way into a coveted internship at Google, along with a battalion of brilliant college students. But, gaining entrance to this utopia is only half the battle. Now they must compete with a group of the nation’s most elite, tech-savvy »
- Craig Hunter
New York — That's a wrap!
Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. lives on, but "The Office" has closed shop.
The NBC workplace comedy, set at the fictional company's Scranton, Pa., branch, aired its finale Thursday to end an eight-year run.
As expected, office manager Dwight wed tempestuous co-worker Angela, with whom he previously shared a secret affair. He had abruptly proposed to her on last week's episode.
And as a welcome surprise, former manager Michael Scott was back to serve as Dwight's best man.
It was an answered prayer not only for Dwight (who greeted him with a choked-up "I can't believe you came"), but also for viewers who were hoping that Michael might make a surprise visit in the person of Steve Carell. NBC had stayed mum on whether Carell, the star of "The Office" until his departure two seasons ago, would be in the finale or not.
"I feel like »
Episodes: 201 (half-hour)
TV show dates: March 24, 2005 -- May 16, 2013
Series status: Ending
Performers include: Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, B.J. Novak, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein, Oscar Nunez, Ed Helms, Melora Hardin, Craig Robinson, David Denman, Rashida Jones, Andy Buckley, Robert R. Shafer, Charles Estan, and Hugh Dane.
TV show description:
Based on a British series of the same name, this sitcom revolves around a group employees of the Dunder-Mifflin box company. Their day-to-day activities are being recorded for a documentary film.
The staff is made up of socially-awkward regional manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell); gullible, know-it-all assistant regional manager Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson); intelligent prankster sales representative Jim »
Spoiler Alert: If “The Office” finale is still waiting on your DVR, read no further.
“There’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things.”
That rather poetic observation came from Pam (Jenna Fischer) in what amounted to the parting thought delivered during “The Office” finale, and in the show’s heyday, that was certainly true. Driven by a touching romance and filled with amusing characters, it was NBC’s best comedy for a long stretch – not only consistently funny, but more human than something like “30 Rock.”
Earlier: Ricky Gervais Revives His ‘Office’ Character on YouTube
Still, the last few seasons pushed the show well past its expiration date – not because there was still a lot of gas in the tank, necessarily, but rather NBC had nothing else to pick up the slack. So “The Office” trudged on, enduring cast defections, desperate subplots and odd flourishes while the audience gradually slipped away. »
- Brian Lowry
Plus, familiar faces — including one that rhymes with Shmichael Shcott — return for one last goodbye!
After eight years and nearly 200 episodes, the doors of Dunder Mifflin closed forever — to the fans, at least — during the May 16 series finale of The Office, and the big ending went down in the most appropriately weird setting I could have ever imagined: Dwight’s (Rainn Wilson) wedding to Angela (Angela Kinsey)!
The nutty nuptials doubled as an excuse to bring back some old faces — including Andy (Ed Helms), whose tearful audition on America’s Next Acapella Sensation had since turned him into a viral sensation.
But no return was more welcome — or highly anticipated — than that of Michael Scott (Steve Carell), who had some super-weird words to say to the camera about Dwight and Angela’s union:
“I feel like all my kids grew up, and then they married each other. It’s every parent’s dream! »
- Andy Swift
Tonight, after nine seasons on the air, The Office will close up shop. The aptly titled "Finale" signals the end, and now NBC is scrambling for a suitable replacement. Over the years we've written a lot about The Office and talked to nearly every member of the core cast, and in preparation for the show's farewell here's a little walk down memory lane. Aside from our exhaustive TV Club coverage, we've interviewed Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, Mindy Kaling (twice), Ellie Kemper, John Krasinski, Creed Bratton, Jenna Fischer, Ed Helms (twice), B.J. Novak, Craig Robinson, Rashida »
The paper chase is almost over: Tonight at 9 p.m., NBC will present the 75-minute series finale of The Office that will tie up the nine-season comedic saga of the sad-sack-yet-lovable employees at a paper company. This last episode will pick up several months after the documentary at the center of the show has aired, feature the wedding of Dwight (Rainn Wilson) and Angela (Angela Kinsey), and offer up an assortment of new guest stars (including Joan Cusack, Rachael Harris, Ed Begley, Jr. and Dakota Johnson). Former Office mates Mindy Kaling (a.k.a. Kelly) and B.J. Novak (a.k. »
- Dan Snierson
Wow! What a finale! Mindy Kaling has had a place in my heart ever since this moment and Mindy Lahiri ever since she gave up going to a party with a bunch of basketball players to stay with her friends (and footed the bill). Over the season, we’ve grown to understand Mindy and admire her love of all things rom com. Tonight, she got to do her very own big gesture.
We begin the finale with Mindy and Casey failing miserable at Skype (or Skype-equivalent) sex. Has computer sex ever worked out on a TV show? And not to be too nit-picky, »
- Sarah Caldwell
Over the weekend, we got our first look at Paul Giamatti as Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich a.k.a The Rhino, in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. There were also a few set photos of Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield) taking on a big semi truck that The Rhino is plowing around in. Today, we've got a few new photos from the set to show you, along with three videos of the truck scene. Check them out below!
In The Amazing Spider-Man 2, for Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), life is busy – between taking out the bad guys as Spider-Man and spending time with the person he loves, Gwen (Emma Stone), high school graduation can’t come quickly enough. Peter hasn’t forgotten »
- Joey Paur
Here's our first actual look at Paul Giamatti as the pissed off Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich, a.k.a The Rhino, in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Giamatti is going to be so good in this role. He looks insane! Director Marc Webb tweeted out the photo with the following caption...
Day 66. Privet, Amerika. Poznakom'tes c Aleksei Sytsevich!
We'll have to wait to see how much of a role this character plays in the story, and if we'll actually see him as The Rhino. If so, it will be interesting to see what that costume is going to look like. I've also included so set photos of him with Spider-Man!
- Joey Paur
What makes The Office series finale bigger than expected? Well, lot’s of things, but let’s focus on the most prominent, shall we? This just in. The event is so huge that 15 minutes of screen time had to be added to the broadcast.
NBC has already up-sized their legendary comedy, giving it one-hour installments for its final three airings, which all lead up to the upcoming series finale this month, which, as we just revealed, will be bumped to 15 minutes longer, as reported by THR.
So, there you have it, the May 16 episode, which will be The Office‘s last ever, will run for 75 minutes, but with commercials. That makes 9 to 10:15 p.m. chocked full of bitter-sweetness. What a milestone.
“Months after the airing of the documentary, the workers of Dunder Mifflin, past and present, gather for a wedding and a final round of interviews. Mysteries are solved, »
- Sasha Nova
The Internship reunites The Wedding Crashers stars Vince Vaughan and Owen Wilson in a new comedy which sees the pair successfully apply to be part of a Google internship programme. The humour will come from Vaughan and Wilson not exactly being the most tech-savvy people on the course, but I’m guessing that their ignorance may be confused with genuine wisdom. Because that would be funny. In this first clip from the film, we get to see some of the classic Wilson and Vaughan chemistry, as the duo try and blag their way through an online interview.
- Luke Ryan Baldock
The first clip from director Shawn Levy's corporate comedy The Internship features stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson participating in an online interview. As two out-of-work salesmen looking to reinvent themselves in a digital world, it's immediately apparent that they're out of touch with modern technology. The Wedding Crashers chemistry is on display so if you liked it before, it looks like you're in for more of the same. Be sure to get caught up on Steve's set visit, including interviews with Levy, Wilson and Vaughn. Also starring Rose Byrne, B.J. Novak, John Goodman, Dylan O'Brien and Josh Gad, The Internship opens June 7th. Hit the jump to watch the clip. Check out the clip from The Internship below (via Yahoo!): Here's the official synopsis for The Internship: Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) are salesmen whose careers have been torpedoed by the digital world. Trying »
- Dave Trumbore
Mindy Kaling was humble and hilarious on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," talking about her success with "The Mindy Project." When Stewart asked her if she ever had time to sleep -- maybe write it into the show, he suggested -- Kaling insisted she didn't want to sleep.
"Your name is in your own show," she said. "It’s kind of a dream job. So’s mine ... When I’m awake is so much more fun than when I’m sleeping.”
She later joked that she was enjoying her current success so much for a very specific reason. "I’m a minority chubby woman who has my own show on a network," she said. "I don’t know how long this is going to last!”
All of this came out of a shot of Kaling attending her first-ever Met gala this week -- Stewart was jealous, as he said he'd never been. »
- The Huffington Post
Twitter bios are tricky. Unlike tweets, which have an ephemeral quality to them, the bios that go under the user's handle are meant to describe "yourself in 160 characters or less." When it comes to celebrities whom everyone knows everything about, that's an even more complicated task.
That's why some go the comedic route.
Look below for a mix of hilarity, irony and pure wit ... that's not always intentional.
- The Huffington Post
For her Costume Institute Gala debut, Mindy Kaling wanted to share the experience with someone special: B.J. Novak, her best friend and former beau. The former Office writers and costars walked the red carpet outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on May 6, where Kaling modeled a custom Lela Rose gown. "I wanted something very simple and very flattering. It's my first Met," the 33-year-old Mindy Project star told Us Weekly. "I wanted to let the models rock the really editorial stuff, and [...] »
Besides Mindy Kaling being our favorite on The Mindy Project, most fans were first introduced to the now 33-year-old when she starred as Kelly Kapoor on the NBC hit series The Office. Though she's branched off since leaving with her very own show, the actress continues to stay close to co-star B.J. Novak. The two both attended the Met Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art together in New York City Monday night.
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"I think it is time to go to the #metball guys," she tweeted. "We woulda gone punk even if it wasn't the theme #metball."
It may come as a surprise, but the two actually dated »
- Stephanie Webber
It turns out everybody working on The Office’s final season are a bunch of liars. From early on in the show’s final season, there has been buzz about a possible return for Steve Carell and his character, Michael Scott. The former lead left The Office near the end of the seventh season in the episode “Goodbye, Michael” and hasn’t been seen since. Now in its ninth and final season, old faces have turned up to say their goodbyes and the series finale will see the return of even more, including Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak. But whenever Carell’s name is brought up, the idea of his return is immediately shot down.
But according to TVLine, whenever executive producer Greg Daniels, or even Carell himself, denied any chance of a reappearance of Michael Scott it was flat out lies. Apparently Carell will be putting in some kind of appearance, »
- Brody Gibson
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