Two weeks ago, Steve Carell, a.k.a. Michael Scott, a.k.a., the world's greatest boss, reunited with three of his soldiers from The Office when he attended Saturday Night Live . On Sunday morning another meeting of Office colleagues took place, and although this took place without Carell, she was more than twice the size of the previous one.
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Fischer tweeted a similar photo along with a classic setting of cast and wrote, "We tried to recreate this photo: We have missed you Steve, Ellie [Kemper] John [Krasinski] BJ [Novak] Mindy [Kaling] Craig [Robinson] and Kate [Flannery] We'll see you soon! "
While the gang are the old ones Times caught up clearly – the show ran from 2005 to 2013 and won the Outstanding Comedy Series in 2006 – the fans in the social media immediately (and not surprisingly) began to be interested in reunion for a year, especially given the passing of Fischer "We see us soon. "(NBC began investigating the idea of a reboot last year.)
Carelli's opening monologue on SNL 's episode also played with the fans' emotions Office Reunion, Carell broke out a bit during a fake public and found that it was best to leave 19459004 The Office in the past. A number of official acts including Kemper, Helms and Fischer, tried to persuade him to return to Dunder-Mifflin; As Fischer said, "Steve, do not be a pig. Do the restart. "The monologue culminated with Carell's statement:" I'm proud to officially say that we have a great show tonight!
Will these shiny, happy nostalgic gatherings lead to new Office office adventures? Sooner or later we will find out. In the meantime to paraphrase Michael Scott : Carell & Co. are running out of their responsibilities and it feels good.