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6.24 Whistleblower
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May 15th 2010 edited
  • Season 6 : Episode 24
  • First aired on May 20, 2010

Summary courtesy of NBC:

When the press learns that Sabre's printers catch on fire, Jo (Kathy Bates) tries to find out who the whistleblower is.

May 16th 2010

First.

May 16th 2010

All the cool kids are second now--don't want to seem too eager.

Second!

May 16th 2010

3rd!

Oh no! Andy!

May 16th 2010

Season finale! So this is the thread where we spend 20+ pages discussing it and speculating about season 7, right? RIGHT???

May 16th 2010

Aaaaand now I'm thinking of Extras (When the Whistle Blows). Are you having a laugh?

May 17th 2010 edited

Casino Night - 41 pages

The Job - 28 Pages

Goodbye Toby - 56 pages

Company Picnic - 28 pages

I'll go with 3 pages for The Whistleblower. Unless it evolves into a detailed discussion of Season Six. In that case, 4 pages.

May 17th 2010

Season finale!

Has NBC been pushing this? I haven't seen any ads yet. It's like they don't care either.

May 17th 2010 edited

Here's the awesome promo:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDD4PxPfn44

May 17th 2010

It won't be Andy. I don't see that happening. Kelly or Erin maybe or even Angela.

May 17th 2010

Aaaaand now I'm thinking of Extras (When the Whistle Blows). Are you having a laugh?

Is he having a laugh? And now, Chris Martin.

May 17th 2010

We could up the page count by discussing Extras instead.

May 17th 2010

Oh, Andy Millman! How I miss you...

May 18th 2010

Here's the awesome promo:

Apparently, NBC really doesn't care about TO, considering how much of the show was featured in that promo.

May 20th 2010

SEASON SIX FINALE IS TONIGHT!!!!

Can you feel the excitement in the air?!?!?!?

Tonight's the night, folks! Season six finale! Wow! I can't believe another season is over!

How's it going to go tonight? Predictions? Guesses? Will their be a cliffhanger?

It is going to be a-w-e (clap clap) s-o-m-e!!!!

(Dead silence. Someone coughs. A cell phone goes off. Someone can be heard snoring.)

May 20th 2010

So that's still going on, huh?

May 20th 2010

I thought they already had a finale?

May 20th 2010

So Daniels and Schur take off to do P&R, The Office takes an even steeper creative nose dive and NBC shelves P&R until mid-season next year. Was it all worth it guys?

May 20th 2010

I'm one of those disgusting pollyannas who still loves this show, so I'm excited about tonight's ep.

And I think Jim did it.

May 20th 2010

(Dead silence. Someone coughs. A cell phone goes off. Someone can be heard snoring.)

Just out of curiosity, the number of posts in a season finale thread before the episode aired:

Casino Night - 106

The Job - 105

Goodbye Toby - 172

Company Picnic - 109

May 20th 2010

Whistleblower - 21 (so far)

May 20th 2010

Actually it's 22.

May 20th 2010

Yeah, the suspense is constantly building. It's at 23 already!

May 20th 2010

And I think Jim did it.

You're probably right because this is the kind of lame plot twist they would pull to try and generate interest for next year. Of all the folks in the office Jim seems like the least clued into the printer problem, but because they probably feel like they need a Jim/Pam moment they will throw this in. Much like they did with the pregnancy last year.

May 20th 2010 edited

You're probably right because this is the kind of lame plot twist they would pull to try and generate interest for next year. Of all the folks in the office Jim seems like the least clued into the printer problem, but because they probably feel like they need a Jim/Pam moment they will throw this in. Much like they did with the pregnancy last year.

I can see them doing this kind of hairbrained scheme, maybe, but they wouldn't have Jim as the one responsible for it. David Wallace, or Michael Scott, on the other hand, would have reasonable motives.

May 20th 2010

I want David Wallace back. I'd love it if it was him. But you're right. It'll probably be Jim.

May 20th 2010

It'll probably be nobody's fault. It'll be the fault of the the faulty printers. The company will go bankrupt because the printers suck. Then DM will be back selling paper, and all will be right with the world.

And then, in the tag, Kelly will tell Ryan that she's pregnant, Angela will reveal to the Office that she's pregnant, and Andy and Erin will announce their engagement. Anyone wanna take bets on that?

May 20th 2010

I think this thread is growing out of spite.

May 20th 2010

We're almost at an entire page! Wow.

May 20th 2010

It's definitely Oscar.

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