Still a Disaster, Thankfully

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C’mon, let’s be honest. You watched the season finale of The Office for the same reason that millions of fans watch NASCAR. You knew a pile-up was coming. And you kind of hoped that the crash would be fantastically terrible — so long as no one was terribly injured.

That’s at least why I tuned-in last night. I suspected the process of interviewing current employees and outside applicants for the position of manager might be a bit treacherous for everyone involved. Needless to say, my suspicions were confirmed.

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