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The Office: The Convict

”office-speech.jpg"Well I guess the product placement on last week's episode must have worked, because for some reason, I really want one of those shredders.

What I am not sure is going to work on me is this whole Jim/Karen thing. They are an item now. He isn't ready to talk about it, and I'm not sure that I am either. Don't worry though; my guess is that Pam and Jim are not over.

So Martin is a "reformed criminal." Michael wants to protect him, mainly because he's black. Kevin and Pam want to let it go too. Angela -- not so much. Dwight is livid. He even tests Martin by sticking a huge wad of cash out of his back pocket and bending over.

Although hilarious, Dwight's plan didn't work. Martin's prison time had nothing to do with stealing; it was insider trading. However, his time in the joint sounded better than a day at Dunder-Mifflin. This might be a good thing for Kevin.

Michael becomes obsessed (as he often does) about how people think prison is better than being at the office. He even takes on the persona of "Prison Mike" to show everyone that it's not what it's cracked up to be. Thankfully, Toby talked him down off that ledge.

Despite the laughs involved, I couldn't believe that Jim would unleash Andy on Pam. He filled Andy's head with all kinds of things that Pam supposedly loves. Here's the tally: Frolf, hunting, the Six Flags ads with the dancing old guy, and Pig Latin.

Will she think it's as funny once she finds out that Karen and Jim are actually together? Who cares -- Andy's proposal was priceless.

Did anyone notice Jim's face when Karen wanted "in" on his Andy scam? It seems that if Jim is not working with Pam, he prefers to work alone. Or maybe he just didn't want Karen involved in anything that related to Pam. Either way, it just goes to show that he and Pam are the better couple!

Tonight's episode sealed Martin's fate: He's gone. Maybe he needed to free up a desk for Oscar's return. Maybe he was sad about the lack of Dwight in this episode. I know I was.

The Stamford count is now at three (not counting Jim). My guess is that Hannah is next. Just please keep Andy -- pretty please? -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on November 30, 2006 9:27 PM
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