Saturday, October 27, 2012

The Office: A review

Hello there, this is a review of the office. Now, let me start out by saying that this is one of the greatest shows on television. Now, let me tell you why. Unlike many people I started watching Parks and Recreation before the office and I really liked Parks and Rec because it could take something as boring as bureaucratic civil servants and government and make it so interesting. The office was the roots of the plant that made Parks and Rec, so why not give it a try. I had watched a few episodes of the English office and I didn't like it a whole lot. The american version was awesome. The wide range of characters that you would find at a workplace put in situations you would find at a workplace but turned upside down. There is amazing character development and a large fluctuation of who leaves or gets fired and who gets hired. For fear of spoiling it I won't elaborate. The office is one of those shows that will always be remembered like Mr. Show or Arrested Development. (At least remembered by me.)

Now Leave your answers in comment format.
1. Do you prefer The U.K version to the U.S version.
2. Who do you like more David Brent (U.K.) or Michael Scott (U.S.)


  1. 1. I prefer the US Office for sure. The UK version is funny but the characters don't really develop like they do in the US version.
    2. Michael Scott beats David Brent any day. Steve Carell is just hilarious. You just look at him and laugh.

  2. 1. I prefer the UK version because it's so realistic (which in a comedy is virtually unseen) but I like both versions

    2. I dislike them both. It would be horrible to work under either of them, but I think David Brent is more realistic than Michael Scott. However I find both of them funny.