Originally Posted by WOOLCOCK
Cody, I mentioned to Craig he's about as likely to recommend me a show/film I won't enjoy as Pete Hornbugger is likely to live a luxurious and happy life. So funny to think I expected him in the early episodes to be one of the more sane and normal characters that would act as a confidant to Liz, only to see him become more pathetic, miserable and pitiful season upon season.
He did give off the only "normal" vibe when the show did begin. In the sea of characters you had the sanity level most noted towards him. Almost like the Ann Perkins of the bunch. (hope you get that)
I couldn't believe his attempts to get away from his miserable life. He finally did it only to be caught in a flash. (after a year)
Originally Posted by Myers
It's interesting, I like that they are ending the series on a more serious note with Jim and Pam. I feel their characters have been stagnant since Carell left.
Yeah, I'll give it that. It's interesting. Not sure how I feel about the tension between Jim & Pam though. Probably b/c I found their relationship to be the only lock for that show when it came to a end. Now I don't know anymore. The more I look at it the most I think the only lock for a happy ending is Dwight going back to Angela. The final episode is going to be nuts.
I wonder what McQueen will think of the band Epica.