No, you look *really* good. With the glasses and the beard thing? You look clever. You’re gonna win an Oscar. (*)

No, you look *really* good. With the glasses and the beard thing? You look clever. You’re gonna win an Oscar. (*)

bettyfey:

meanwhile on twitter

bettyfey:

meanwhile on twitter

broriarty:

 #the curse must have been passed physically
awk-wardo:

lilian-lies:

feypoehlerozolslover:

#you are the winner in my heart



#steve carell is the leonardo dicaprio of tv

gryffindors:

I am so proud of the way they protect one another.

What a beautiful family.

The fact that Steve Carell will never get an Emmy for The Office is seriously making me feel like my heart has been ripped out of my chest.

notabadday:

victoryjobs:

robot-britta:

heartwarming: nicoreilly: (via gostephanie)
The Ambiguously Gay Duo

The Ambiguously Gay Duo


Six years ago, Steve Carell was still best known for his stint on The Daily Show, plus the occasional bit part in a big Hollywood movie, where he would inevitably steal scenes out from under bigger comedy superstars like Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell. Today, Carell is one of those big comedy superstars — the sort of multi-talented performer who can play a genial every guy or a slightly off-kilter loon, with the occasional furlough into animated work. Incredibly, Carell has become a movie star without ever ditching his day job on The Office, which makes him a genuine rarity in the Hollywood pantheon. Office co-star Rainn Wilson just tweeted that today is Steve Carell’s final day of filming on the sitcom. We shouldn’t say goodbye to Carell just yet. There are still a few more episodes with Michael Scott, and the actor’s post-Office schedule is packed with intriguing movie projects. But let’s all take a moment to consider the end of an era. And let’s thank Carell for all the funny/awkward/sad Office memories — TV won’t be the same without him. 
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Six years ago, Steve Carell was still best known for his stint on The Daily Show, plus the occasional bit part in a big Hollywood movie, where he would inevitably steal scenes out from under bigger comedy superstars like Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell. Today, Carell is one of those big comedy superstars — the sort of multi-talented performer who can play a genial every guy or a slightly off-kilter loon, with the occasional furlough into animated work. Incredibly, Carell has become a movie star without ever ditching his day job on The Office, which makes him a genuine rarity in the Hollywood pantheon. Office co-star Rainn Wilson just tweeted that today is Steve Carell’s final day of filming on the sitcom. We shouldn’t say goodbye to Carell just yet. There are still a few more episodes with Michael Scott, and the actor’s post-Office schedule is packed with intriguing movie projects. But let’s all take a moment to consider the end of an era. And let’s thank Carell for all the funny/awkward/sad Office memories — TV won’t be the same without him.

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jimhalpert:
MICHAEL SCOTT MEETS DAVID BRENT.

-The Office 7x14 'The Seminar'

MICHAEL SCOTT MEETS DAVID BRENT.

-The Office 7x14 'The Seminar'