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The Office: Cocktails

office-cocktails.jpgTonight was a night of shocking revelations. Alcohol definitely helped (and in some cases hurt) the situation. It was like a very special "Maury" episode, except everyone had all of his or her teeth, and it was a lot funnier.

Dunder-Mifflin's CFO (not his initials) had a party. It was at this party that Jan and Michael decided to reveal his love. Michael was so overjoyed, he even brought his own potato salad. It wasn't homemade, and it also wasn't cold.

Speaking of cold, Jan was a little on edge tonight, because not only is the cat out of the bag, but Michael was being, well... Michael. In fact, she appeared to be completely disgusted by his antics the entire night, and then she winds up pulling him into the bathroom for a quickie. Why is she so attracted to him? Maybe it was his magic camp training.

Despite her hesitation, it's obviously that she cares for him (when she gave the "that's what she said" line, I almost died).

Dwight was quite the life and death of the party, from his conversations about "Battlestar" and shrimp feces to his complete home inspection.

Pam has decided to be more honest. Roy doesn't seem to like that, which is bizarre because she just wanted him to go get hammered. That was a drop in the bucket compared to expecting him to take her Jim smooch lightly. Instead, Roy got angry -- very angry. Like the Incredible Hulk, he made with the smash-smash and well... he and Pam are over. It wasn't surprising, but Roy's violent reaction (as well as his cousin's reaction) was sort of scary. Jim might want to prepare himself for the beating of a lifetime.

Jim was spared for now, although he probably would have preferred a beat down to hanging with the Dunder-Mifflin managers. He seemed social-ed out at the party, and Karen's constant false confessions about being the company ho weren't exactly helping. Apparently Karen is a good match for Jim -- doesn't mean I have to like it!

Despite all of the dramedy, the best and least surprising revelation of the night: Creed runs a fake ID business. Out of his car. With a machine he stole from the sheriff. I was kind of surprised that some of his customers were willing to acknowledge him. The quality would have to be pretty killer to make him seem less creepy. -- Rachel Cericola



Posted by Rachel Cericola on February 22, 2007 9:48 PM
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