05:52 PM EDT 07/01/2015
Originally posted 06/26/2015 03:00PM
Best known as sweet-but-spiky sales rep Phyllis on The Office, Phyllis Smith steals the show as the character Sadness in the hit Disney/Pixar movie Inside Out. For her, the best way to stay humble in Hollywood is to head on home.
Originally posted 05/27/2015 11:05AM
The Mindy Project creator previously warned on Twitter that the book won't be a tell-all
Originally posted 07/11/2014 05:45PM
It's curious how the single best line in Nora Ephron's script for When Harry Met Sally..., released July 14, 1989, is spoken by neither Harry nor Sally. Instead, it's an unnamed character who reacts to Sally's fake orgasm in Katz's Deli with, "I'll have what she's having."
Originally posted 07/02/2014 03:25PM
When Tina Fey's new show starring The Office's Ellie Kemper was announced, DVRs around the country were set in anticipation of the midseason premiere on NBC.
Originally posted 06/13/2014 11:15PM
The former Office star and husband Lee Kirk welcomed daughter Harper Marie on May 24
Originally posted 05/30/2014 04:20PM
"No matter how you read it, you're funny," the former The Office star tells PEOPLE of his new children's tome The Book With No Pictures
Originally posted 04/27/2014 08:00PM
It was a very happy weekend, indeed, for George Clooney.
As for those still holding out hope for their own happy ending with the eternal bachelor ... not so much.
Hey, put down the ice cream – here's what you missed:
5. Why Nick Offerman's Loving Work Right NowThe Parks and Recreation star is mixing business and pleasure at his latest job. Taking the stage with wife (and seasoned costar) Megan Mullally in the Off-Broadway production of Annapurna, Offerman caught up with PEOPLE to chat about his new gig.
Why the real-life couple are perfect coworkers.
Originally posted 04/27/2014 03:00PM
The Office star Brian Baumgartner is married!
Originally posted 04/16/2014 01:00PM
Do you often ask yourself, "How would Dwight Schrute react to this?"
Well, wonder no longer. From the same folks who brought you the scarily thorough Office Time Machine, there's now The Office Stare Machine, which sorts and displays reaction shots from every character when you search by emotions.
Originally posted 03/26/2014 12:30PM
This is either the most genius pop culture toy we've ever seen, or the work of a madman. Maybe it's both.
Joe Sabia spent a year and a half finding "every cultural real-life reference from every episode of The Office." When you enter a year, the site finds pop-culture references from The Office that match that year. For example, searching 2006 yields a clip of Pam (Jenna Fischer) discussing The Devil Wears Prada, while 2009 prompts a scene in which Michael (Steve Carell) mentions Up, the animated film released that year. It's far-reaching and wildly addictive.
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