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Krasinski has said that Novak was a "home run king of Little League." They both graduated from Newton South High School.
While in high school, Novak wrote and cast a satirical play for the senior show, and cast Krasinski as the lead – his first role since sixth grade.
Few shows are good for six years, but “The Office” manages it — during Steve Carell’s tenure, at least — thanks to a remarkably strong ensemble cast.
Although the dramatic draw of the series is often cited as the will-they-or-won’t-they romance between Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer), the show’s incurably awkward heart still beats in the chest of Michael Scott (Carell), the bumbling train wreck of a boss who somehow inspires scorn, pathos and loyalty in equal cringing at social awkwardness isn’t your idea of fun.
There’s no comforting laugh track to be found here, and much like its British predecessor, “The Office” loves to let you marinate in its awkward moments.
And there’s the one where a woman is on a date with a warlord, and the one that takes place in heaven.Many of the cast members were also writers on the show, and by the end of the series, there was a bevy of writer-director-producer-actors sitting in those swivel chairs. In addition to playing games and doing their taxes, many of the cast members were writing behind-the-scenes or character blogs, all while the show was filming. Paul Giamatti, Martin Short, Bob Odenkirk, and Hank Azaria were all considered for the Michael Scott role before Steve Carell was hired, and guest directors on the series included Jason Reitman, J. Abrams, Joss Whedon, Amy Heckerling, actor Bryan Cranston, and the late Harold Ramis.Let’s catch up on where each of our favorite Dunder Mifflin employees were at the series’ end, and then see what the actors who played them are up to now.Season 1 takes a moment to find its voice, although “Health Care” is an early standout.But season 2 is gold, and don’t miss Season 3’s “Initiation,” “Beach Games” and “The Job”; Season 4’s “Chair Model” and “Dinner Party”; and Season 5’s “Customer Survey” and “Broke.” The British version of “The Office” ends when its slow-burn office romance finally comes to fruition; if you want the cleanest, most satisfying end to the series, so should yours at the end of Season 6 of this version.