you are a puppet: So we never find out who the Strangler is. A classic McMuffin.
NeoCortex42: you are a puppet: So we never find out who the Strangler is. A classic McMuffin.It turned out to be the guy Toby convicted.
great_tigers: Good god. I was a freshman in college when this show started. Married with a kid of my own. Great ending.
rugman11: great_tigers: Good god. I was a freshman in college when this show started. Married with a kid of my own. Great ending.Huh. I was in my last year of undergrad and the woman I would ultimately marry was dating one of my best friends. It's amazing how much things can change in such a (relatively) short period of time.
TheManofPA: rugman11: Well that was pretty great. The middle got a little to meta with that panel scene, but it's hard for me to think of a more satisfying finale from recent years.To be fair on the meta side, it opened by revealing that all these years, Creed Bratton was actually this guy: Link
Ebenator: Missed it. Anyone know where this might be streaming?
russlar: ThatGuyGreg: Sybarite: Oh, I remember that series finale. Goodbye, Michael was the perfect ending.Not as good as the BSG finale. That escape from New Caprica was awesome.It was, but the finale was finding the bombed-out Earth
ongbok: Did they ever reveal who the Scranton Strangler was like they said they were going to?
Vega.: Question from someone who's now seen every episode:Did they ever explain the discrepancy as to when they did the DNA test on Angela's kid showing it wasn't Dwight's, only later for them to reveal it was? Huge plot mistake or did I miss something?
roflmaonow: Man does Kelly have a huge fatass or what? Her running away in the end had me going WHOA!
TheManofPA: seventypercent: Joan Cusack?Is that her? Also, the panel thing was pretty well done overall. Meredith quotes do tend to make me laugh.
Debeo Summa Credo: Surprised how many people here thought it was a good finale. I've only seen a couple of the recent episodes, so maybe I missed some inside jokes, but my thought while watching this was "when did the office stop being a comedy"?
huchipapa: All I learned from that episode is that Austin's tenure as America's "hip" city is over.Um, it was over 20+ years ago when the glitterati 'discovered' how hip it was. Austin lost their vibe in the early '90s./so please stop moving here and 'improving' us//there's nothing to "Keep Austin Weird" anymore....
FeedTheCollapse: I think the season would've really benefited from a shorter season. Even with Andy being an asshole, I thought the first half was much better than the show's last 3 or 4 years (especially since Andy went away for a while), but it really hit a rough patch midway through (when Andy returned and Jim and Pam's marriage was on the rocks. I really want to know if they were even tempted to have Pam hook up with Camera Guy.)I still say the show was at least far less annoying without Michael Scott. I really have a hard time believing anyone preferred the show with Michael from about seasons 5 - 7.
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