Another day, another conflicting report. I for one didn’t buy the denial last week. But at this point if he does or doesn’t show up, it’s going to be anticlimactic either way.
Brick Tamland Steve Carell on Twitter
The fact that “NBC will neither confirm nor deny” is making me think that it is him.
“Steve Carell signed one of the giant head posters from his FOD video! Someone who RTs this wins it. Go!” Funny Or Die on Twitter
I don’t know how much validity this has, but if it does happen to be true, I might have to start watching The Office.
My distaste for Donna Noble runs so deep that I might be forced to Eternal Sunshine all the episodes of The Office that I’ve previously seen if this rumor is true.
Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jon Hamm, Steve Carell, and Stephen Colbert, Ed Helms, and Fred Armisen. From Robert Smigel.
The Office was seen by 8.1 million viewers and delivered a 4.1 preliminary adults 18-49 rating. That’s a strong recent number for the show, up 24 percent from last week, but not really unusual.
Fittingly understated, matching the subtlety of the episode.
All I’m going to say about tonight is that Carell needs to win an Emmy.
Vulture’s supercut of Michael Scott’s worst impressions.
TONIGHT IS STEVE CARELL’S LAST EPISODE! SADDEST OF FACES!
CRYING FOREVER. I need Mindy Kaling to hold me.
I am not prepared for this.
It’s okay to admit if you had tears.
Just found out a familiar Scranton event is making a return this Thursday, and I’m already sad. Spoiler after the break…