It must have seemed enough just to have both Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger on the poster. For many film goers, these two kings of 1980's action cinema would be more than enough reason to buy a ticket for Escape Plan. And I think fans of films like Cobra and The Running Man will like what they see.
When we first meet Nathan Flomm, he is sailing down a California highway in a luxury convertible, blasting Chicago's "25 or 6 to 4". Singing along, he bobs his head-- seemingly content with his life. Little does he know, he is mere hours away from ruining that very life.
This episode had an excellent script, which really set it apart from the rest of the episodes of the last two years. This is expected, as it was Steve Carell's final regular appearance, and the episode was written by Greg Daniels. The acting was some of the best of the series, and it really came out as Michael held back emotionally, as he went to each employee to say farewell.
Back in season three, the employees were all invited by Kelly to join her at a Diwali celebration. At the celebration, Michael was introduced to Hindu culture, and learned about arranged marriage and how quickly Kelly's parents got married. Michael then proceeded to propose to Carol in front of everybody, which caused an awkward moment for the two of them.
The material that has been carried over from the BBC version of The Office has become increasingly less over the years. Yet, there remains some storyline that has still not been covered in the American version.
What stands out about PDA, is that it is almost an entire episode of great one-liners. None of the one-liners are out of context or character, and they are all driven by two points, the first of which is Valentine's Day.
The Search is the result of the car ride disaster running joke, and Jim's irrational overreaction in parenting.
Michael's busy setting up a third date with Holly, and we all know what a third date means to Michael Scott: sex. He says he'll know that Holly feels the same if she starts having sex with him during their date. Well.
We open with Jim, on the phone with Pam. She's upset that no one from Dunder Mifflin has congratulated her on their engagement. Well, Pam, Jim didn't exactly tell them yet, see. He puts her on speaker and announces it to the office. They're confused; Oscar says he thought they were already engaged.
Hey everyone, The Office is back! And you're right, this isn't Ariana with your weekly recap. She's off from the recap world for a couple of weeks and has asked me to fill in. So my apologies in advance.
We last saw our favourite Dunder Mifflin-ites last May, and unlike most seasons, we don't pick up in the fall.