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The Office - Season 3

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A shaky start, but a strong season

    I am a huge fan of "The Office," and while Season 3 delivered more laughs and awkward moments that the show is known for, it did get off to a rockier start than Season 2. After a six episode trial run, "The Office" came back with a second season that blew everyone away (and won an Emmy for Best Comedy). In the early episodes of Season 3, the dynamics have shifted...Jim is in another office and we have divided attention between Scranton and Connecticut. Not all of the new characters (particularly Rashida Jones as Karen) gel with the cast and we're bogged down a lot in the "Jim and Pam miss each other" mess. Fortunately, once the branches merge, we get the fantastic Ed Helms interacting regularly with Michael and Dwight. Great episodes throughout, especially Michael's outing of Oscar the "Women's Appreciation Day " Michael's lecture at Ryan's business school and many others.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    funniest show ever

    i have to say that the office has to be one of the funniest shows ever created. this season was such a strong season. theyve really done alot on this one. i found my self laughing out loud multiple times on every episode. not one of them left me dissapointed. whether its for watching by yourself or with a bunch of friends while playing the office drinking games season 3 is sure to please. the episode "negotiation" had me laughing hysterically. words dont describe the amount of joy and laughter this show brings me. and this show is endlessly quotable. buy it dont even rent it because youll want to watch it over and over again. and so many special features i cant wait!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Great Buy

    They had this season on sale and I couldn't pass up the offer! Season 3 is my favorite and has the funniest episodes of The Office. All season's of The Office are good entertainment. B&N even helped me save more money by adding my membership discount to the present sale. The service was great too. Just make sure if purchasing in a store that all sensor's are removed so not to set off alarms every time you enter and leave a store. You know the price is right, especially if you break the cost down by episode. They even offer bonus backs where you can buy two season at a discounted price. Don't forget that if you don't have your member card on hand you can give the cashier your phone number and still receive the discount!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    There's no kind of show like a scranton show cause a scranton show don't stop!

    #1 show ever. Business School is the best episode. Buy it now people. I doubt you'll regret it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Such a great show even at its lowbrow moments, still great! It can be a little soap opera like in its subplots especially the whole Pam/Jim/New Girl triangle. After awhile you just want to scream, just get together already you masochists!!! ALthough in episodes when Jim is away and Dwight tries to turn "the temp" into his new right hand man are hilarious!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Oh yay.

    I am excited. The Office is one of the funniest shows on tv today.

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