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The Office: TV Series Wraps After Nine Seasons

The Office last episodeThe cast and crew finished filming the final and 200th episode of The Office on Saturday, March 16th, at about 8:30pm. The 60 minute swan song of The Office, still one of NBC’s best-rated TV series, will air two months later on May 16th.

The above photo was tweeted by Craig Robinson as they prepared to film the final scene.

Here’s what some of the other folks at Dunder-Mifflin had to say about the last day at The Office.

Ed Helms: ‏”Last day of shooting on The Office. Oof. Kind of hard to act and blubber at the same time.”

Brian Baumgartner: “Today is our last day at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. Last one here- remember to turn off the lights. #TheOffice”

Later, “And that’s a wrap. The Office is closed. Our HUGE thanks to @SUBWAY for hosting our Finale Party!!!”

And yesterday, “Struggling today. Last night we partied like we were on SNL in the 80s. Special people. Great time. Night I will never forget.”

Rainn Wilson: “Getting ready to go to work at Dunder Mifflin for the very last time. It’s a sad day for comedy. And paper.”

At 8:30pm, he followed that up with a picture of the empty office set.

Mindy Kaling: “@rainnwilson I had to wait until the show wrapped, I’m in love with you”

Kate Flannery: “Can’t believe this is the last day at Dunder Mifflin. Greatest desk job in the world! I’m one lucky TV drunk. Thanks to u all #theoffice”

John Krasinski: “Last day of shooting…”

And later, “There is truly nothing any of us can say that could be enough. But to each and every fan of our show we simply say… We love you.” “You are the reason we made it on air…You’re the reason we stayed on this long…And you’re the reason we all had the time of our lives!” “It was the greatest honor to be a part of this show! Thanks for getting behind it. Yup… That’s what she said.”

Steve Carell: “Thinking of the cast, crew, writers, et al of “The Office” on your final day of filming. Love you.”

Mike Schur (former executive producer): “Today is the last day of shooting for The Office. Congrats to everyone who worked on it. Changed my life, and the lives of many many others.”

Angela Kinsey: ‏”The last hour is here…”

Jenna Fischer: “That’s a wrap.”

What do you think? Would you liked to have been there to watch The Office wrap?

 

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Garrett D. March 18, 2013 at 11:44 pm

People who criticize shows they don’t like, just don’t watch them. You just have a different sense of humor then most of the people who love (the show). And I can’t wait to see the series finale of The Office. Hope they do it justice.

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The truth March 18, 2013 at 6:36 pm

The office is an amaing show
Glad it had a proper ending

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Rena Moretti March 18, 2013 at 3:56 pm

Nine years of a badly made show (ie. shakycam central) which never was a hit in spite of its network’s claims finally comes to a close.

Imagine the number of shows NBC could have tried with the money it wasted producing The Office (which is also tanking in the syndication market as its re-runs are moved to low audience slots) and the money it wasted re-launching it year after year…

NBC just sank to all-time lows and you need to look no further than The Office for an explanation of how it happened.

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Bull Halsey March 18, 2013 at 7:44 pm

Wow. Rena who from, “The Office” hurt you? You need a hug.

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Why Watch March 19, 2013 at 1:59 pm

In its early years this show was good and eerily similar to a place I worked. And far better than most comedies NBC has or had on during that time. If you don’t like the show, don’t watch. After a while I stopped liking it and stopped watching. but it is far better than the reality crud that is on everywhere.

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Why Watch. March 18, 2013 at 2:14 pm

The Office was funny at first, but I stopped watching a long time ago. It over-ran its welcome.

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