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    Ricky Gervais is the actor's name. The British series is really good, but different. He also had another series on HBO called "Extras" that revolved around aspiring actors who work as extras. It also ran for two seasons before ending in a glorious Christmas episode...I sense a theme

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlam
    hah, I still work with a Dwight, sarab. jijijijij
    hahahhahahahaha, you dont say

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    I will try to get everyone's attention for the debut of Season 5!

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    Yes, I have watched it a couple of times and I found it really interesting.

    FAB

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    I haven't had a chance to watch season 5 yet, what do you think, Scott? is it as good as the others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarab
    What's great about the program is that anyone who has ever worked in a corporate environment can relate to at least one aspect of the show...i have definitely worked with a dwight schrute.
    Absolutely right, Sara! jejejejeje

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    I was a big fan of the British series, Ricky Gervais is a master of toe-curling "vergŁenza ajena" (is there an acceptable English term for this?), "Extras" further proves his genius.

    The US version frankly...is not quite the same. It's good, but not as sharp and spiffy as the original. I have to admit however that I find myself watching it on rainy afternoons with nothing better to do...

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