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Toby Flenderson : I felt kind of weird buying that
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Jul 3rd 2008

They're teeth, not teeth.

Jul 3rd 2008 edited

Those teeth would bother me. I'm not worried about Rashida's.

Jul 3rd 2008 edited

vagina dentata

The opposite of dental hydroplosion.

Jul 3rd 2008

I do NOT think that is funny.

Gives a whole new meaning to VD, eh?

Jul 3rd 2008 edited

I can't imagine any guy going to see that movie.

Jul 16th 2008

Has anyone seen this?

Jul 16th 2008

That is awesome. Thanks, Toosie!

Jul 16th 2008

It reminded me of this from You, Me, & Dupree.

Jul 16th 2008

That was hilarious! Thanks for posting, 2C!

Jul 20th 2008 edited

mtt, I saw this quote by Paul on his myspace page. I thought you might get a chuckle out of it.

Chicago...

...seems way too important to be in Illinois. This is a really major city in a state that is frankly not set up to handle it.

Jul 20th 2008

Wow, 4 days with nothing in this thread, then 2 posts 17 seconds apart. Special.

Jul 20th 2008

Limon, I can't believe we pulled this thread up at the same time. I had to look for it.

Jul 20th 2008

I had to look for it, too. We must be on the same wavelength tonight. Maybe we should go google John again.

Jul 20th 2008 edited

Let me think about it... I'm in.

Jul 20th 2008

If they have kids they'll probably be, like, pretty smart and stuff:

Ms. Poreba, 35, is keeping her name. She is an instructor in the English as a second language department at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, Calif. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard and received a master’s degree in teaching English to speakers of other languages from the Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, Calif.

Her father teaches science at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, and her mother is an English teacher at Bard High School Early College, both in New York.

Mr. Lieberstein, 41, is an executive producer and a writer of “The Office,” the NBC comedy series, on which he also appears as the character Toby. He graduated from Hamilton College.

His mother is a clinical psychologist in Westport. His father is a partner in the Stamford law firm St. Onge, Steward, Johnston & Reens, where he specializes in intellectual property law. The bridegroom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.

Jul 20th 2008

The bridegroom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.

That seems like an odd thing to include. I know I'm from Hicktown USA, but wow, that was kind of shocking, even for the Internet.

Jul 20th 2008

Yeah, isn't it a requirement to have a Harvard degree to be connected with anyone from the Office? She's an ESL instructor so she brings the urban vibe to the family.

Jul 20th 2008

The bridegroom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.

I noticed that as well and also found it odd.

Jul 20th 2008

Maybe it's a joke about the show.

Jul 21st 2008

Maybe it's a joke about the show.

I think you might be right KarenM.

Jul 21st 2008

Ah, great call KarenM.

Jul 21st 2008

Is that the girl Toby was kissing in front of Pam and Jim in a deleted scene? She looks just like her.

Jul 21st 2008

Is that the girl Toby was kissing in front of Pam and Jim in a deleted scene? She looks just like her.

I thought it was from an earlier picture I saw.

Jul 21st 2008

Maybe it's a joke about the show.

So you're saying Paul's finally a member of someone's family?

Jul 21st 2008

Is that the girl Toby was kissing in front of Pam and Jim in a deleted scene? She looks just like her.

It is her.

Sep 5th 2008

So I just finished watching the commentary for Did I Stutter and was absolutely floored to hear one of the writers say that they never meant to give the impression that Toby was part of Ryan's plan to get Jim fired. What? They mentioned the online debate about it (don't know if that means here). How could they not see people getting that idea?

Sep 5th 2008

I heard that, too, DC. They did say they might use that information and run with it.

Sep 5th 2008

Did I miss that on the commentary lemoñadé? I just couldn't believe they hadn't meant to give that impression given the knee grope from Night Out and then his weird behavior in the finale.

Sep 5th 2008

I think it was Justin Spitzer that said that.

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