After Leonard got into a spat with his room mate, Sheldon, he retreated to Penny's apartment. While they are there, they get into a dialogue that recounted how Leonard and Sheldon first met, leading to multiple flashbacks.
There is a certain type of woman that can go into an established close-knit group of men, insert her sexuality within, and destabilize everything. In this episode of The Big Bang Theory, that woman is Dr. Elizabeth Plimpton. Unfamiliar with the opposite sex, Sheldon used his limited knowledge to prepare for her arrival and stay at his and Leonard's apartment.
In the absence of a conflict between Dwight and Jim, another conflict took place, that was very reminiscent of the every man versus the workplace goofball. Unlike Jim, Darryl is much more spontaneous with his pranking, and Andy, unlike Dwight, was not out to cause any trouble. Darryl just happened to remember an incident from two years ago, and he was exacting his revenge on Andy.
Need a good laugh? If comedy's your thing, run, don't walk to your DVR, computer or tv and you can thank me later! The writing is stellar and the cast, magnificent! It's one of those perfect shows that is already a modern classic.
Much of the appeal of The Office is a result of combining diverse characters in an office environment, with plots that are driven by workplace related themes and the interactions that ensue. The Delivery, is unlike most episodes of The Office. Instead, it relies on slapstick, and the characters acting very much over the top.
From the opening strums of the guitar on The Weakerthan's "One Great City", the entire feel of Less Than Kind is set. The characters aren't really pleasant, happy people. They're like most Winnipeggers (the setting for the show and the subject of its theme song): they complain, they're generally miserable, and they refuse to admit how good they have it.
Manager and Salesman has got to be the most disappointing episode of The Office in a very long time. There was minimal characterization, a predictable plot, and a love story that's going nowhere. And where there is characterization, there is nothing memorable.
There are times when Michael has been able to take a situation from an inevitable doom, and turn it into a miraculous victory. These times are rare, and are dependent on Michael's invincible cluelessness, coupled with an antagonist that is all too grounded in reality.
There was something awfully strange about Michael getting greeted at the hotel. He got to go into an area that was for upper management and the board members only, to a room that had two security guards standing outside the door. As Michael and the upper echelon were going on the stage, they too were also mysteriously escorted by security.
Halloween episodes are fun to watch. The costumes are always interesting, whether it be Jim's minimalism, or Creed's incredible uncanniness. But with The Office tradition, something tragic always happens at that time of the year.