There were many lovely gowns on the red carpet at last night's Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA, ranging from the bold whites to the belted and those with lots of lace. Mila Kunis's Alexander McQueen dress seems to be your favorite from the evening, but as always a few of the ensembles fell short of the stylish mark. So, take a look at the options below and tell us — who do you think was worst dressed at the SAGs?
Anna Paquin glittered in her gold sequin Stella McCartney gown at the 2010 Golden Globes. Her best accessory was her handsome husband-to-be, Stephen Moyer. Stars such as Olivia Wilde in Gucci, Jenna Fischer in vintage Halston, Christina Aguilera in Versace, and Heather Graham in Elie Saab also shimmered in metallic dresses on the red carpet.
I'll admit this wasn't my favorite episode of The Office, but even when it's lukewarm, this show is still one of the highlights of my TV week. I loved seeing all the Halloween costumes in the beginning and I was hoping it would be a whole Halloween episode, but alas, the plot centered on Michael (and Darryl!) helping Holly move, Dwight royally messing with Andy's mind and Pam attempting to team up with Jim's brothers to pull a prank on him.
What did you think of this episode? To read about some of the moments I liked the most, read more
This week's episode of The Office starts off with Pam working her new part-time job at the Dunder-Mifflin corporate office in New York. Corporate New York Pam has such gorgeous hair! Elsewhere in the episode, Jim starts to feel slightly uneasy about his long-distance relationship with Pam while Holly and Michael's relationship heats up. The office is robbed and Michael decides to hold a "Crime Aid" auction to raise money for the stolen items.
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Am I alone in thinking this week's episode of The Office is super emotional? Between the Michael-Holly-Jan triangle and Jim and Pam's out-of-sync phone calls, this episode put the "dram" in "dramedy." However, Astrid (unfortunately misspelled as "Astird") is a hilarious name for a baby. It just keeps making me laugh.
To see what other moments made me laugh (and what made me go "awww!"), read more
Karen's back! At least for this week's episode of The Office, Karen makes a return appearance, and she's clearly not over Jim yet. Also, she extends an offer to Stanley to join her sales team at the Utica office. When Stanley tells Michael about this, Michael, Dwight and Jim go on a mission to send the message to Karen that if she "poaches" Stanley, the will "burn Utica to the ground."
Yet another solid, classic half-hour of Office goodness. Check out the lines and moments I loved most this week:
- Michael rigs a Ferris Bueller’s Day Off-style dummy that activates a tape with a snoring sound to make it look like Michael's sleeping at his desk.
Stanley: "I don’t understand why sleeping at your desk is better than you not being here."
- Michael: “You can’t take the funny black guy from the office! ... I don’t know how George Bush did it when Colin Powell left."
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This week The Office returned to its half-hour format, and I couldn't be happier. I thought this week's episode was pitch-perfect, classic Office goodness. Michael is determined to make a Dunder-Mifflin commercial that's better and more creative than the one made for the corporate office. Meanwhile, Dwight continues to pine for Angela, escaping into Second Life... and Second Second Life. The viewing of Michael's version of the ad brought just the right amount of funny and heartwarming.
There were some hilarious moments this week, so check out my highlights below:
- Michael calls Stanley the key to their "urban vibe," to which Stanley responds, "I grew up in a small town. What about me seems urban to you?”
Michael: "Stanley is hilarious."
- Michael then calls Phyllis their Mrs. Butterworth. "Kind of a less urban Aunt Jemima."
- Dwight: "Second Life is not a game. It is a multi-user virtual environment. It doesn’t have points or scores, it doesn’t have winners or losers."
Jim: "Oh, it has losers."
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In this week's episode of The Office we find Michael moonlighting as a telemarketer because of his money troubles. In other news, Dwight pines after Angela some more and struggles with the fact that Andy is actively pursuing her (by moonwalking past Accounting). For most of the hour-long episode, Pam and Jim act with uncommon compassion toward Dwight, taking pity on him in his distressed state. This doesn't stop them from going to his beet farm bed-and-breakfast out of sick curiosity, however.
I could have done with more of the beet farm agrotourism stuff and less of Michael's story. There was something off about this week's episode. It's never really a good thing when I'm checking the clock and feeling antsy at the 20-minute mark of an hour-long episode.
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I woke up this morning with ABBA's "Take a Chance on Me" bopping in my head and I had to giggle. Who would have thought Angela would become such a hot ticket at Dunder-Mifflin? I enjoyed this week's episode of "The Office" well enough, but I'm still not digging the hour-long episodes, and this week's felt like it dragged a little.
In this episode, all the Dunder-Mifflin offices are celebrating the launch of the company's website (Dunder-Mifflin Infinity) with separate parties that will communicate through an online video chat. In other news, Dwight is determined to sell more paper than the website does, prompting Jim and Pam to play another of their infamous pranks. Oh, and Michael holds a pizza delivery kid hostage in the conference room.
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In this week's episode of "The Office," Ryan returns to the Scranton branch to explain that Dunder-Mifflin is becoming faster, younger and more efficient with a new website and new technologies, like BlackBerrys for every employee. Michael decides these ideas are ageist and opts for an old-fashioned way of making business connections. Meanwhile, there's trouble between Dwight and Angela, and Jim and Pam "come out." To see some of the things that I liked best about this week's episode, and to add your own thoughts, read more