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The Office series 2 (R1) DVD

#1 Post by alan smithee » 03 Feb 2004, 14:37

Announced for a 20 April 04 release date. See here or here for (admittedly, not yet much) more. $17.49 at Amazon.

(Do we have a The Office thread??)
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#2 Post by kinggrl » 03 Feb 2004, 15:38

alan smithee wrote:Announced for a 20 April 04 release date. See here or here for (admittedly, not yet much) more. $17.49 at Amazon.

(Do we have a The Office thread??)
Excellent! Now... just release the Xmas specials and we've got it made! :D

(No... I don't think there is a The Office thread... although there should be.)

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#3 Post by Dev » 04 Feb 2004, 00:27

kinggrl wrote:
alan smithee wrote:Announced for a 20 April 04 release date. See here or here for (admittedly, not yet much) more. $17.49 at Amazon.

(Do we have a The Office thread??)
Excellent! Now... just release the Xmas specials and we've got it made! :D

(No... I don't think there is a The Office thread... although there should be.)
It took quite a while to release the Second Series over here in the UK, but it was well worth the wait.

Bring on the Christmas Special - the best episodes ever!
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#4 Post by F.N.G. » 05 Feb 2004, 12:36

this, Bo Selecta and Phoenix Nights... I just don't find them funny. At all.
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#5 Post by Dev » 11 Feb 2004, 15:47

F.N.G. wrote:this, Bo Selecta and Phoenix Nights... I just don't find them funny. At all.
You've just put down three of the best ever British Comedy Series's! :o
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#6 Post by F.N.G. » 12 Feb 2004, 00:29

Dev wrote:
F.N.G. wrote:this, Bo Selecta and Phoenix Nights... I just don't find them funny. At all.
You've just put down three of the best ever British Comedy Series's! :o
maybe I'm ust getting old...

3 best British comedy series I can think of at 8.30 in the mmorning:

Only Fools and Horses (between 90-96 at least)
Red Dwarf
Blackadder

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#7 Post by kinggrl » 16 Feb 2004, 11:54

For all you "The Office" watchers:

One of the attorneys in my firm just showed up in a leather jacket ala David's "designer jacket" like this:

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I burst out laughing. I was the only one to find humor in his apparel, evidently. I didn't even try to explain myself - I just walked away.

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#8 Post by Ze » 16 Feb 2004, 13:01

kinggrl wrote:For all you "The Office" watchers:

One of the attorneys in my firm just showed up in a leather jacket ala David's "designer jacket" like this:

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I burst out laughing. I was the only one to find humor in his apparel, evidently. I didn't even try to explain myself - I just walked away.

:lol: :lol: :lol: Armani?
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#9 Post by kinggrl » 16 Feb 2004, 13:34

ze424 wrote:
kinggrl wrote:For all you "The Office" watchers:

One of the attorneys in my firm just showed up in a leather jacket ala David's "designer jacket" like this:

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I burst out laughing. I was the only one to find humor in his apparel, evidently. I didn't even try to explain myself - I just walked away.

:lol: :lol: :lol: Armani?
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#10 Post by bing » 16 Feb 2004, 14:20

Word is Stephen Colbert may get the role in the American version.

If so, that'd be pretty cool.

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#11 Post by alan smithee » 16 Feb 2004, 14:25

bing wrote:Word is Stephen Colbert may get the role in the American version.

If so, that'd be pretty cool.
It's Steve Corell and we're discussing it on one of the 400 other The Office threads (as opposed to this one which I started well after the others :oops:)

I even said there that I think Stephen Colbert would be better than Steve Corell. :-?
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#12 Post by bing » 16 Feb 2004, 20:15

I stand corrected.

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#13 Post by alan smithee » 17 Feb 2004, 18:11

You can save four cents (at Amazon) if you buy series 1 and 2 together. :roll:
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#14 Post by Odd Todd » 05 Apr 2004, 23:55

Just finished watching season 1... hell of a show... :lol:

But I am a bit weirded out that my internal monolouge now sounds like David Brent. :o :lol:
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#15 Post by kinggrl » 06 Apr 2004, 03:59

Odd Todd wrote:Just finished watching season 1... hell of a show... :lol:

But I am a bit weirded out that my internal monolouge now sounds like David Brent. :o :lol:
That's ok. I find myself using the mannerisms of Tim.

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