It's been a while since Saturday Night Live has aired "The Ambiguously Gay Duo"—its classic animated sketch about a couple of superheroes who may also be an actual couple—so when it appeared on screen during tonight's episode, many were pleasantly surprised. But then the sketch suddenly transformed into a live-action one—featuring appearances by Jimmy Fallon, Jon Hamm, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert and host Ed Helms—and "pleasantly surprised" instantly became a huge understatement.
Here's the trailer to The Hangover 2, the sequel to, you guessed it, The Hangover. And, we hate to say it, but those of you hoping for a radical change in the direction of the series are gonna be disappointed.
On tonight's episode, Michael's ability to embarrass everyone was for once upstaged by Andy, in his own production of Sweeney Todd. It's every actor's worst nightmare. Regional theater, am I right?
Last week, Michael discovered his new girlfriend was already married and that he was the "other guy." Last night we assumed that he'd end the relationship, but instead he made a series of decisions and statements that simply sickened us.
Poor Andy Bernard. It seems the Nard-Dog is doomed to forever have trouble with the ladies. This time, he went through lots of trouble to give Erin the best Secretary's Day ever... only to have his plans ruined by Michael.
A wedding, a clip-show, Kathy Bates/Christian Slater, a company buyout, and now a baby: Attempts to hold viewers as the star-crossed Jim and Pam crux has crumbled... But the possibility of real invigoration for the show has only just begun.
The Office is one of those shows where you get jealous of the fun they seem to be having with each other on set, and tonight's cold open lip-dub was a perfect example.