It always happens: You go to YouTube looking to download the Dunder Mifflin Infinity commercial, homegrown Scranton edition, and NBC's YouTube page is down. What's up with that? It's been down now for many hours, forestalling the "endless paper in a paperless world" analogy I had all set for the old media/new media dichotomy (or, I'm about to get on a plane and must fool you into thinking that I have posted accordingly). A search for "Dunder Mifflin commercial" did not indicate that it had been put online, either — which seems to me to be an obvious viral takeaway from the episode (favorite part: Kelly-to-Andy handoff; Dwight's particular paper message). We also would have at least linked Alec Baldwin's adventures in politically incorrect accents from "30 Rock," but what do we know. In the meantime, here is Andy singing to Angela. Try this in your office! Happy Friday!
Update! Gawker has the Alec Baldwin clip. Classic, in an uncomfortable way.
Update II: HULU! Duh.