The Office Conference Room – Training Day

Welcome back to another meeting in The Office Conference Room, a forum where some of your favorite Office Fan Site Brain-Trusts submit their TwoCents in the days following a new Office episode.

Want to know what us Office geeks have to say about the show? Well look no further! Actually, you have to look a little further, as our opinions are farther down on this page…

And don’t forget that YOU, gentle reader, can join in on the fun as well! We have a Recap & Review of Training Day right here on TheTwoCents where you can give your very own spare change!

Now… on to the Conference Room and Deangelo Vickers’ Training Day!

[Last Updated: 04/15/11 at 09:00 AM] Rachel
Favorite Moment: The cold open was pretty brilliant.
Favorite Quote: “Are you kidding? I’d come anywhere to see a turtle.” -Michael
Episode Grade: A

That’s What She Said Podcast: Kevin Crossman
Favorite Moment: Andy Funny Guy in the Kitchen
Favorite Quote: “And that is what we call Meet Cute” -Kelly (Runner Up: “AKA JAP” -Michael)
Episode Grade: A- Lots of great stuff and Ferrell did a great job. The idea of the employees kissing up to the new boss is an opportunity for some new kinds of dynamics on the show. Very much looking forward to Dwight’s storyline the rest of the season. Jeannette
Favorite Moment: I really loved how Andy was the funny guy. And of course seeing Will Ferrell on The Office!
Favorite Quote: “It’s not Ashton Kutcher, it’s Kevin Malone. Equally handsome, equally smart.” -Kevin
Episode Grade: A
Bonus Link: Nette’s take on Training Day

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One Response to The Office Conference Room – Training Day

  1. Laura Ann says:

    I really enjoyed the episode and love just how good Will Ferrell was. I wasn’t surprised…BUT..he’s such a clown-ish, absurd comedian that I didn’t know how he’d fit into the more subtle realism of The Office.

    I still think I’m going to lose my mind when Michael actually leaves…I still can’t believe he’s going. I honestly thought they’d just stop the series when he left. When I was thinking about the characters tonight so many of them are funny just because of how they relate to Michael. Even Pam and Jim have lost their sparkle…watching them is like watching those obnoxious parents who can only talk about how they’re parents. So sad to see Carell leave…and wish the producers/writers would take the hint.

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