On "The Office" this week, the Dunder Mifflin team came to a horrible realization after seeing the first promos for their long-awaited documentary: The crew had been recording them even when they weren't wearing mic packs, thus picking up all sorts of sordid moments that might've been better left undisclosed.
Angela certainly wasn't pleased to discover that her tryst with Dwight had been caught on camera without her knowledge, but critics enjoyed the development, with CarterMatt writing, "This was a pretty fantastic episode for the show ... ‘The Office’ is hitting its stride near the end of its run, and even without Michael around, it feels like it is still a great show for the first time in years.”
Things seem to be kicking into high gear as we approach the finale, with executive producer Ben Silverman telling E! that, "The show's final episode is so deep and moving and emotional and textured ... It is a kitchen sink of incredible stories coming to an end, or to a next phase ... We complete a lot of the arcs that we set up in the show."
"The Office" airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
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CORRECTION: This post has been corrected to reflect the correct "Office" timeslot.