his name is chauncey!

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popculturebrain:

Full Trailer: ‘Interstellar' - Nov 7

Written by Jonathan and Christopher Nolan, directed by Christopher Nolan, starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Jessica Chastain, Wes Bentley, William Devane, Topher Grace, John Lithgow, Ellen Burstyn and Mackenzie Foy.

I like the idea of Nolan taking on environmentalism and space, and this feels like one of his most conventional films to date. There’s obviously something else going on here that we’re not seeing. It’s clear this is only covering the first act or part of the film.

take me back to the start: The O.C.

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- Michael… I can’t believe you came.
- That’s what she said.

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suicidebyart:

  1. Michael Scott returns to The Office for its finale and his first line, once more: That’s what she said.
  2. Michael only had TWO lines the entire finale and his second one was, “I feel like all my kids grew up and then they married each other. It’s every parents’ dream.
  3. Pam said KIDS. It’s been 3 years since Michael left. That means he AT LEAST has two kids already. I CAN ALREADY IMAGINE HE IS THE LAME DAD WHO LOVES HIS KIDS SO MUCH AND EMBARRASSES THEM BY SAYING “I LOVE YOU” AND TRYING TO KISS THEM IN FRONT OF EVERYONE.

Hat’s off to the show and to Steve Carrell. They said they didn’t watch his cameo to take over the episode and not overshadow it in anyway—he felt the show deserved more than that. 

And god dammit they played it so well. His appearance was brief enough to not take away from the whole thing but long enough that we aren’t left raging. Thank you Michael Scott.

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tiltherewasyou:

This is right about when I started crying forever.

entertainmentweekly:

The most relevant question about last night’s epic Office finale: When did you start crying?
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entertainmentweekly:

The most relevant question about last night’s epic Office finale: When did you start crying?

ladyfalcon:

As soon as I saw Michael appear my eyes just filled up with tears
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ladyfalcon:

As soon as I saw Michael appear my eyes just filled up with tears

tvdotcom:

The Office Series Finale Review: That’ll Do, Show. That’ll Do. http://bit.ly/109ym52

It was the kind of finale where you take a big sigh of relief at the end. Your brow wasn’t crinkled like it was at the end of Seinfeld. You didn’t roll your eyes like when Will Smith turned out the lights on Fresh Prince. But you also weren’t overwhelmed like you might have been at the end of Mad About You (seriously, go back and watch that series finale—it’s amazing). It was just right. For as much as we complained about the latter half of the series and yearned for the Michael Scott years, the ending was more about the fact that you took a journey with these characters. Even though we’re parting ways and the last few miles or so were pretty bumpy, we’re still good with these people.

BONUSLooking Back on The Office: Our Top 25 Episodes http://bit.ly/15NLEIM

notabadday:

“Be strong. Trust yourself. Love yourself. Conquer your fears. Just go after what you want and act fast, because life just isn’t that long.”

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