The office people of Doogleheimer & Schmitt are always up to something crazy. No matter what they are doing, you can be sure the one thing that they aren't doing is work.




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Series cast summary:
Anthony Plaster ...
 Phil / ... (25 episodes, 2008-2012)
Douglas Briggs ...
 Ned / ... (25 episodes, 2008-2011)
Gene Jordan ...
 Brad (19 episodes, 2009-2012)
Mary Schnure ...
 Jane (18 episodes, 2009-2012)
Autumn Rose Rinaldi ...
 Carlotta (16 episodes, 2009-2012)
 Kelvin (15 episodes, 2009-2010)
 Tug (15 episodes, 2010-2012)
Tracie Henson ...
 Kitty (14 episodes, 2009-2012)
 Trina (14 episodes, 2010-2012)
Doug Talir ...
 Tom (13 episodes, 2008-2012)
Holly Wilson ...
 Millicent (12 episodes, 2010-2012)
 Tammy (11 episodes, 2009-2011)


Blackbookberry is a St. Louis-based web comedy series that highlights the absurdity of modern day office life. We feature the people you love to hate in your own office! Everyone knows there's one in every office, and if you don't know who it is then this comedy isn't just FOR you, it's ABOUT you! Written by Anonymous

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Where low tech meets high expectations.





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2 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've enjoyed watching the evolution of BlackBookBerry from the early stages. It's a clever concept that's just getting better with time. I'll admit, I didn't enjoy the earlier technical "camera" choices, but the look of the project has gotten much more interesting since then. The acting is solid, with some real stalwarts. BlackBookBerry have had the good fortune of casting some of St. Louis' best stage, comedic and improvisational actors. The writing is edgy, with a good sense of honesty, making one understand that the writers know of what they speak. I guess I'm just an old-softy for anything that explores the asininity of Corporate America... except for the company I work at of course.

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