At the end of Season 3, Jim and Pam got together, which was nice, but was also the beginning of the end. In Season 6, Jim and Pam had their first baby, and the show tried to replace the romantic tension of “Jim and Pam” with “Andy and Erin” (which failed). The first time Pam looked up and spoke to Brian (the boom mike guy) I had a moment of “Whoa, that’s kind of cool.” Then it turned into more fake Pam and Jim drama, and it just got to be too much. Also, all of this talk leading up to watching the documentary feels like filler.
They brought in a new company (Sabre) and a new recurring character, Jo (Kathy Bates) (who I normally love). Also, they just never figured out Andy Bernard’s character. It just feels like a gimmick to draw out these plot lines to fill the rest of this finally-final, but it-just-never-ends, final season. And in tonight’s episode, the whole office gang gathers round at Poor Richard’s to watch the documentary.
2) by: Tara Sim I honestly don’t know much about this book. 3-6) by: Holly Black I had no idea I would get this many copies of this book. I preordered the Barnes & Noble edition soon after I traded my ARC just so I would have a copy of the book.
I know it’s set in an alternative London and there are aspects of time that pertain to the story. Then this book came in my January Fairyloot and Owlcrate.
(You took the path.) This is partly my fault for continuing to watch you, but we had some good times.