Scranton fell long ago
Over it: Does anybody — anybody — care about Steve Carrell's Office goodbyeanymore?
Thursday night marks the final episode of The Office with Steve Carell intact as the show's bumbling, sometimes painfully awkward but always well-meaning boss.
I feel like I should mourn for a show I once loved so ardently, but as I spent my morning trying to play catchup I realized how just how far by the wayside Scranton has fallen.
Michael Scott is engaged! Did you know this? Because I didn't. And Will Ferrell's on the show now. I know; look:
I used to obsess over this show — after all, it's where I discovered John Krasinski — but I've been wracking my brain in vain for a memory of even one single, solitary episode after Pam and Jim's wedding. I got nothin', except the thought that if Wills and Kate so much as shimmy down the aisle, the Queen might lit-relly, (finally) die.
The Office just isn't what it once was — it's been cleanly replaced by Modern Family on our TiVo — but it's (apparently) not over yet. So tell us: Will you be tuning in to the season finale? Who should replace Michael Scott as the next permanent office honcho (Ferrell's storyline is set to end in the season finale)?