Late Night (***1/2) is the new talent becoming a skill

This film would is better than anything of it's kind in the '80's and it's better than most comedies in the last decade. It's just not a high bar.

The Office: Episode 182 – Paper Airplane

Written by - Halsted Sullivan & Warren Lieberstein Directed by - Jesse Peretz A brief synopsis – Dwight and Angela are the finalists in a paper airplane contest.  Jim and Pam keep working on their relationship with helpful tips from the counselor.  Andy still trying to become an actor.  Clark vs. Erin turns ugly. The best line – Kevin - Use less … Continue reading The Office: Episode 182 – Paper Airplane

The Office: Episode 180 – Promos

Written by - Tim McAuliffe Directed by - Jennifer Celotta A brief synopsis – Commercials begin running for the documentary, now 9 years in the making, and the staff is feeling the excitement...and regret.  Dwight's new girlfriend makes a good tractor buying incentive.  Jim is trying to bring Ryan Howard into the fold of the new company. The best … Continue reading The Office: Episode 180 – Promos

The Office: Episode 178 – Moving On

Written by Graham Wagner Directed by Jon Favreau A brief synopsis – Andy is trying to get over Erin, who is enjoying her secret (from Andy) relationship with Pete.  Jim arranges an interview for Pam in Philly.  Dwight needs Angela's help with his aunt.  Toby visits the Scranton Strangler. The best line – Phyllis: I can't be around … Continue reading The Office: Episode 178 – Moving On

The Office: Episode 177 – Couples Discount

Written by Allison Silverman Directed by Troy Miller A brief synopsis – Erin has a decision to make between Andy and Pete.  Pam and Jim have lunch with Brian.  The office tries to take advantage of a Valentine's day discount. The best line – Meredith: Meredith Palmer ain't never been called no narc.  Floozy?  Yes.  Alkie.  Check.  Einstein sarcastically?  You … Continue reading The Office: Episode 177 – Couples Discount

Butter finds liberals guessing what conservatives do

Butter - 2012 Director Jim Field Smith Starring Jennifer Garner, Ty Burrell, Olivia Wilde, Rob Corddy, Ashley Greene, Alicia Silverstone, Hugh Jackman, Yara Shahidi, Kristen Schaal Screenplay Jason Micallef Dear Jennifer, I want to talk a little about the first movie your production company has graced the world with.  I will address each of my topics with its own bullet … Continue reading Butter finds liberals guessing what conservatives do

The Office: Episode 174 – Customer Loyalty

Written by Jonathan Green & Gabe Miller Directed by Kelley Cantley A brief synopsis – Jim reaches a crisis point with the new company just in time to miss a big event with the family.  Darryl's move to the new company is resisted by Dwight.  Pete and Erin are revealed to the rest of the staff.  We get … Continue reading The Office: Episode 174 – Customer Loyalty

The Office: Episode 173 – Suit Warehouse

Written by Dan Greaney Directed by Matt Sohn A brief synopsis – The staff makes it a personal mission to test each of the many flavors that come with the NEspresso machine that they got as a gift from Jan when she returned her sex slave, Clark.  Darryl brings Pam along with him for his interview in Philadelphia.  Erin … Continue reading The Office: Episode 173 – Suit Warehouse

The Office: Episode 172 – Lice

Written by Niki Schwartz-Wright Directed by Rodman Flender A brief synopsis – Jim has a great meeting with a basketball legend.  Pam lets Meredith take the rap for bringing lice into the office.  Dwight vows to exterminate the menace.  Darryl gets unwanted help from Kevin, Phyllis and Nellie. The best line – Dwight (after letting loose an insecticide … Continue reading The Office: Episode 172 – Lice

The Office: Episode 166 – Work Bus

Written by Brent Forrester Directed by Bryan Cranston A brief synopsis – Convinced that the building is unsafe, Dwight brings in a bus...to work in.  Jim tries to soothe things over with Pam.   Nellie wants to adopt. The best line – Jim (to Dwight): Really?  Smirking?  Dwight: What can I say?  I love justice.  You forced me to … Continue reading The Office: Episode 166 – Work Bus