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My life's little things. You can find here everything that is interesting for me :) But the most important thing is: 'Be kind to one and other'. If you are not than this blog is not for you. I'm obsessed with lot of things and people; movies, tv-series, Meryl Streep, Ellen Degeneres, Tina Fey, Colin Firth, Jane Lynch, Bones, Modern Family.....and the list is never ending. You'll see if you spend some time here :) Welcome, my friend! hit counter
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From the creator of BONES, comedic crime procedural BACKSTROM centers on an unhealthy, offensive, irascible — albeit brilliant — detective (Rainn Wilson) who is brought back from exile to run the Portland Police Bureau’s Special Crimes Unit (S.C.U.).

Creator: Hart Hanson

Cast: Rainn Wilson, Page Kennedy, 

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NBC Upfronts 2014: below only the ones I haven’t posted trailers yet

Aquarius - with David Duchovny

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt - Creator Tina Fey & Robert Carlock, Cast: Ellie Kemper ( The Office)



Heroes Reborn

Emerald City


Mr. Robinson - Cast: Craig  Robinson (  The Office), Jean Smar ( Samantha Who?)

Mission Control

One Big Happy

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SAG - TV nominations

Boardwalk Empire (won last year)
Breaking Bad
Game of Thrones
The Good Wife

Patrick J. Adams, Suits
Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire (won last year)
Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Michael C. Hall, Dexter

Kathy Bates, Harry’s Law
Glenn Close, Damages
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
Julianna Margules, The Good Wife (won last year)
Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer

30 Rock
The Big Bang Theory
Modern Family (won last year)
The Office

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock (won last year)
Ty Burrell, Modern Family
Steve Carell, The Office
Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men
Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family
Betty White, Hot In Cleveland (won last year)

Laurence Fishburne, Thurgood
Paul Giamatti, Too Big to Fail
Greg Kinnear, The Kennedys
Guy Pearce, Mildred Pierce
James Woods, Too Big to Fail

Diane Lane, Cinema Verite
Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Emily Watson, Appropriate Adult
Betty White, The Lost Valentine
Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce

Dexter (Showtime)
Game of Thrones (HBO)
Southland (TNT)
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (Starz)
True Blood (HBO)

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The Office Season 8 promo

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The office season 8 promo

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Office scoop

Stephen Collins is Scranton-bound.

The Office has cast the onetime 7th Heaven patriarch as Andy’s (Ed Helms) father, TVLine has confirmed.

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Michael Scott - Somehow I manage

Chapter One: Introduction

There are all types of managers: financial managers, McDonald’s managers, Britney Spears’ manager, paper company managers, moms, baseball managers… the list goes on. Not all those people are naturally good at their jobs. Some have to work really hard at it. Others write books about it. I’m Michael Scott and this is my manual, “Somehow I Manage.” If you follow my guidelines, soon you’ll be the world’s second best manager (Sorry, I’ll always be #1. I have a mug that proves it.)

Chapter Two: Gum

Everybody likes the guy who offers them a stick of gum.

Chapter Three: Think Simple

That last chapter seemed skimpy, huh? That’s where you’re wrong pal. It was simple. And simple is good. Getting people on your side is as easy as offering them some gum. *Don’t ever give your employees Tic Tacs though, that will make you seem like a grandma.

Gum Guy is nice, laid-back and cool. He’s the type of manager who people want to hang out with after work and tell their life stories to. And you should tell them your whole life story too! That will make everyone close and happy, and happy families get more stuff done together than enemies do. Just look at Jon Voight and Angelina Jolie - they could be making awesome father/daughter movies, but instead they hate each other and barely talk. Such a missed opportunity.

Chapter Four: Equality

Treat people like equals and always make them feel good about themselves. It will pay off. For example, my ex-friend Packer once implied that my employee Phyllis wasn’t hot. 

I couldn’t have that kind of negativity floating around. So I hugged Phyllis and told her I was worried about getting a boner. It made her feel wonderful. Later on that day she made two big sales. Another time I kissed a gay accountant during a meeting to show how accepting I was of his sexual orientation. He was going to quit before that, but guess what? It’s been five years since that kiss, and he’s still here.

Chapter Five: Entertain

"For some trips, high-speed rail will be faster than flying. Without the pat down."

Who said it? Cosby? Tosh.0? Nope. Obama! Even the President tells jokes. That just goes to show how important comedy is. As a leader, people expect you to entertain them. Some managers might find this difficult because they’re busy doing other things like paperwork or employee reviews. Delegate all that boring stuff to other people so you have more time to entertain. Comedy should always take precedence over everything else because it makes people cheerful, and when they’re cheerful they work better. Someone once told me comedy is where the mind goes to tickle itself, and that couldn’t be truer. Make sure your employees’ minds are getting tickled on a daily basis. They’ll be so grateful, and so will you.

source: nbc

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Emmy Nominations! →

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Aaron Sorkin and John Krasinski are developing a miniseries for HBO based on Life at the Marmont, a book by the hotel’s co-owner Raymond R. Sarlot and Fred Basten.

The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Sorkin (The Social Network) will write the mini and executive produce with Krasinski (The Office). The Chateau Marmont’s current owner, Andre Balazs, and his daughter, Alessandra, will also executive produce.

Krasinski, who has been the project’s champion, is expected to play a role in the mini, which will feature interwoven stories of the hotel’s guests over several generations. Since the 1930s, the apartment complex, which later became a hotel, has been at the center of Hollywood, drawing film and TV actors, literary greats and rock stars.

In addition to the untitled Marmont mini, Sorkin has his cable news project More as This Story Develops, starring Jeff Daniels, Olivia Munn and Sam Waterston, at HBO.


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James Spider and The Office (spoiler)

The Office may have found a new boss: James Spader is negotiating with NBC to join the hit comedy next fall — but not merely as the manager of the Scranton branch.

The three-time Emmy winningBoston Legal star has been reportedly in the mix to replace Steve Carell for awhile, and even guest starred in the season finale as one of several celebrity contenders vying for the Dunder Mifflin manager gig (video below).

But producers have a different role in mind for Spader: CEO of Dunder Mifflin, replacing Kathy Bates, who sources say will exit the show to focus on season 2 of Harry’s Law. “In the finale, he kicked ass,” says a source close to the show. “He was so funny and had this weird energy. We didn’t want to pass it up.”

Whereas Bates functioned more like a guest star in the series, however, Spader would have a significant weekly presence on the show. The actor’s deal is not done and no scripts have been written for the upcoming eighth season, which goes into production in about a month. Yet if all goes according to plan, Spader’s character — named “Robert California” — will be introduced in the premiere as the new Office manager. He quickly decides the role is too small for him, and somehow talks corporate into appointing him as its new CEO.

Sources say California will have a strong impact on the rest of the Office staff, demonstrating a manipulative power and a somewhat creepy sexual vibe: 

“Dwight has never come up against somebody equally powerful and diabolical. With Andy, he could be a real father figure and make life really hard for him once he senses he can manipulate him. Jim reads people really quickly, yet wasn’t sure what to make of this guy.”

As for who will take the role of manager, that’s still unclear. Spader’s hire leaves open the possibility of an internal candidate stepping into the post, or another new hire coming on board. Brit comedian Catherine Tate was reported as an early front-runner for the post. Movie star Will Ferrell filled in for a multi-episode arc during on the show during May sweeps that divided some fans.

The NBC hit has teased viewers and the media alike with a year-long guessing game over who will take the starring role on the show. When the show ended last month, felonious mysterious Creed Bratton was sitting in the manager seat thanks to his seniority with the company.

In the finale, Spader was interviewed by Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) along with the HR representative Toby — who’s also the show’s real-life executive producer Paul Lieberstein. “There is no such thing as a ‘product,’” Spader’s arrogant character lectured. “There is only sex. Everything is sex. You understand what I’m telling you is a universal truth.”

Gabe worried Spader might be “over qualified” for the gig. “Do I look like someone who would waste my own time?” Spader countered.

The Office has a long history of blending behind-the-scenes writers and on-air characters, and in the finale, you could take Spader’s scene for a real-life audition.


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Michael Scott’s goodbye song

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The Voice - Blake Sheldon “That’s what she said”

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A little help

Starring: Jenna Fischer, Chris O’Donnell

A woman gets entangled in a series of bizarre lies in order to take care of herself and her 12 year old son. (by imdb)

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They’re like, kid actors tagging along with daddy on the big audition, hoping to be discovered. Except daddy is the best actor around. Daddy is Meryl Streep.
— Michael Scott - The office

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New Era Caps - Alec Baldwin punches John Krasinski

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