Office-Season 4 (2007) - Golden Globe ® Nominee!
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Petty Behavior. Zero Productivity. All in a Day's Work.
|Clock in to The Office, for even more inappropriate remarks, uncomfortable silences, and petty behavior in the complete fourth season of the Primetime Emmy Award-winning series! Steve Carell (The 40 Year-Old-Virgin) is back in his Golden Globe-winning role as Michael Scott, the clueless boss of the Scranton Branch of the Dunder-Mifflin paper company who 'manages' to create unending comical drama despite his best intentions. Trusty and loyal assistant-to-the-regional manager Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) continues to uphold the office honor as Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) find ways to sabotage him and encourage Michael's hysterics. Plus, see wonder kid Ryan (B.J. Novak) in his new role at corporate as he pushes the 'infinite' limits of Dunder-Mifflin, often pushing Michael to his limits as well. This 4-disc collection contains all 14 hilarious Season Four episodes, including five that are double length, and tons of smack talkin' bonus features! You'll want to stay late at The Office to relive every entertaining episode of this must-see, must-own TV show that demands to be watched again and again.|
"...highly entertaining...my favorite show currently playing on network television. Brendan Babish, DVD Verdict
"Smart, biting 9-to-5 satire. Entertainment Weekly
"...extremely funny...the cast is perfect in their roles, delivering in each and every scene... Francis Rizzo, III, DVD Talk
"Priceless moments...daring, unflinching... James Poniewozik, Time
"The most brilliant send-up of cubicle hell since Office Space. Maxim
"...a terrific comedy full of laugh-out loud moments. William David Lee, DVD Town
Editor's NoteIn the hilarious and cringe-worthy fourth season of THE OFFICE, Ryan "The Temp" Howard (B.J. Novak) moves up to the Dunder Mifflin corporate headquarters, sweethearts Pam (Jenna Fischer) and Jim (John Krasinski) go public with their long-awaited romantic relationship, and Dwight (Rainn Wilson), salesman geek extraordinaire, bristles as his ex-girlfriend, Angela (Angela Martin), is wooed away by the obnoxious Andy (Ed Helms). Of course, overseeing it all is self-proclaimed "World's Greatest Boss," Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell with a terrific obliviousness that rings painfully true to cubicle dwellers everywhere. Fresh from an Emmy win for Outstanding Comedy Series, the 2007-08 season of the workplace mockumentary delves even further into the tedium of daily office life, including the company's struggle to enter the "digital age," the production of a local TV commercial, and the constant threat of a bored-employee insurrection. This volume also follows Michael's out-of-control relationship with the increasingly unstable Jan (Melora Hardin), culminating in a bitterly hysterical dinner party that many in the office are forced to endure.
Cast & Crew
|Benjamin Patrick, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation|
|David Rogers, Dean Holland, Winner, Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series|
|Greg Daniels, Winner, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series|
|Jenna Fischer, Nominee, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series|
|Ken Kwapis, Nominee, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series|
Image Award (2007)
|Ken Whittingham, Winner, Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series|
|Rainn Wilson, Nominee, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series|
Screen Actors Guild (2007)
|Steve Carell, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series|
|Greg Daniels, Winner, Outstanding Comedy Series|
|Steve Carell, Nominee, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series|
Golden Globe (2006)
|Steve Carell, Winner, Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy|