The office season 9
Posted On 20.02.2020
The office season 9
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The Office also ended with the actual documentary being aired which made sense seeing that it was the original premise of the show. However, viewers found Brian, especially, to be an unnecessary addition. To ensure that all the loose ends were tied, the showrunners had put themselves in the uncomfortable situation of having to reveal the actual makers behind the documentary.
Audience Reviews for The Office: Season 9
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Angela goes to Dwight for help when she learns that her husband is having an affair. Stanley and Phyllis take advantage of Jim when he needs a favor, and Pete distracts Pam as she begins painting her mural.
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The biggest disappointment by far is the evolution of the character of sales representative turned regional manager Andy Bernard (Ed Helms). His managerial style evolves into one similar to Michael Scott’s. Only Helms lacks the finesse with which Steve Carell was able to play a narcissistic, socially awkward, insecure and inept boss but still retain a sensitivity and sense of patriarchal devotion towards the majority of his employees.
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Summary (NBC): Everyone in the office is excited when promos start running on TV for the documentary. Dwight makes Angela jealous when he starts dating a brussel sprout farmer. Meanwhile Jim has a big meeting with Major League baseball player, Ryan Howard. Guest star: Ryan Howard.
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Andy gets concerned looks and concerned bear hugs throughout this episode, but he keeps insisting that he’s fine. Turns out he is. He was invited to speak at Cornell’s commencement as a joke, but he turned on the Nard Dawg charm and killed it. Now he works in the Admissions Department. He seems happier and less angry, if wistful. But hey, that’s what seeing old friends at weddings will do. “I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good ol’ days, before you’ve actually left them. Someone should write a song about that.”
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The big difference to me between this season and the previous ones was that, right out of the door, there was a storyline in place, the Athlead project. Now, I loved this idea when it was introduced, because the big thing for Jim throughout the series has been that he wants to get out of that job as soon as he finds something better and to see himself with two kids still in that office must be really depressing.
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“This” is being Assistant to the Regional Manager (Dwight Schrute) at a paper company that, even if it can survive the death of paper and Schrute leadership, does not have any room for advancement. That is not enough, nor should it be for anyone, let alone a young father.
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This eventually turned into the Brian plot in the final season, as that plan made the most sense: ”What if that character had been secretly there the entire time and predated the relationship with Jim and had been a shoulder that she cried on for years?,” as Lieberstein puts it.