I’m going to have to wait a few episodes to see what I think of The Office without Michael Scott at the helm, but from what I saw of tonight’s episode, it’s encouraging. The characters haven’t radically altered, the “feel” of the show seems to be the same, and even with Andy as the new boss, I think things are well in hand. I’m not really sure how I feel about “Robert California” being around so much… seems a little weird. Sure does add a lot of tension, which I suppose is the whole point.
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Hi Steve! Long time since I’ve visited you (hope you’re doing well) and I wondered what you thought. I thought it was a fast two hours and generally entertaining despite a few predictable and annoying tendencies… I will give it a few more episodes. My only fear is that Brannon has a tendency to come up with interesting ideas that ultimately lead nowhere. There were hints of possible greatness if some themes are explored and treated without cliches. I want to believe, but will suspend judgement for a while longer. (It’s a qualified compliment, all things considered.)
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