What????? Did Shane Bruce reference his song "Hallelujah" as being from Shrek?!?!?! They should have sent him out of the audition right then and there.
@Steven- to be fair, he had about a bottle of wine on the tour, didn't he?
@Bzzh and @jack- that would make more sense. It seriously sounded like "intents and purposes" to me, but again, that would have been pointless. Good call.
@fortyseven- yeah, smashing the mailbox on his way out the door. I don't know what to think about it. I was pretty down on Jim in this entire episode. What are your thoughts on him leaving the party that drunk?
@CeS- I wanted to mention the cold open, but it really didn't fit. I actually loved it. Stanley has really progressed as a character as of late. He's so sad and boring most of the time, that when he cracks up at meatball jokes, it makes it even that more funny. The fact that it was a ruse with Dwight to get free dinner, was just the cherry on top.
"True blue, Huck Finn. Best friend I ever had." -Courtney B. Vance
Hit the nail on the head..."Damn it! I can't find my driving moccasins anywhere!" was the highlight of the night.
It was an interesting final 15 minutes to say the least.
Yeah I'm kind of with Joe on Lip, which is interesting because I thought he was the most intriguing character from season one. This story with Karen is getting old quickly. It's been done many times before, and it's been done much better.
joyeful- Yeah great call on the Vail Buy More being hilarious. Was that supposed to be an "old Jeff" next to "female Lester"?
And maybe Sarah did fire first in the shootout, but either way, it was risky, right?
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