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'The Office' to end next May; 9th season will be it's last
Topic Started: Aug 21 2012, 02:16 PM (741 Views)
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Yeah, its the right time - hopefully with Daniels back, it will go out on a creative high after the abortion that was Season 8.

Its hard to digest that The Office, 30 Rock and Community (only those so heavily in denial believe it won't be cancelled) will all conclude this season - when they were at their peak, they were comedic perfection. End of an era :(
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It's definitely time for The Office to end. Personally, I think it should of ended when Michael left. But I'll still tune in to see how it ends. I'm guessing they're going to watch the documentary.
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I'm hoping they bring Steve Carrell back (or he agrees to return) for the final episode. It wouldn't be right without having him in it. Maybe a Michael/Holly wedding? It is time for it to be over with though.

However, I wish this weren't gonna be 30 Rock's last season. The show still has life in it IMO.

As for Community, I've never been a fan. To tell you the truth, I think NBC missed the boat with Outsourced and it should have at least been given a 2nd season. It really was hilarious and was more than just 'The Office' in India.
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Its time to dump NBC. Their entire lineup is a hot mess and has been for years.

The show should have ended when Carrell left.
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