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Old 03-05-2012, 01:12 AM   #16
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Imagine how it would be if Dwight was spinned off and left for his own show lol
He is doing that, I think. The show will truly suck an egg then. No Michael and no
Dwight = no viewers.
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He is doing that, I think. The show will truly suck an egg then. No Michael and no
Dwight = no viewers.

Yeah, Jim will be sad with no Dwight to prank. I honestly see season 9 as the final season, especially with the Dwight spin-off coming.
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Yeah, Jim will be sad with no Dwight to prank. I honestly see season 9 as the final season, especially with the Dwight spin-off coming.


Jim is a little too old for all that prank stuff. He is a grown a$$ man with two kids, time for the pranks to end
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Jim is a little too old for all that prank stuff. He is a grown a$$ man with two kids, time for the pranks to end

Well in real life, sure. But in TV Land, the pranks are still funny and it's still fun to watch (at least to me). Besides, Jim seems bored unless he's pranking Dwight. It's nice to see the character have some fun once in a while.
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Well in real life, sure. But in TV Land, the pranks are still funny and it's still fun to watch (at least to me). Besides, Jim seems bored unless he's pranking Dwight. It's nice to see the character have some fun once in a while.


How bout having the Jim character evolve and actually start being COOL with Dwight after 8 years?
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How bout having the Jim character evolve and actually start being COOL with Dwight after 8 years?

That's like those few Tom & Jerry cartoons where they were friends, lol. Those weren't as good.

I think Jim actually likes Dwight (now, I don't think he always did), but the pranks are just how they interact with one another. Remember the episode this season, where Dwight was getting in on the pranks too, and they were trying to bust one another?
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