Today in the world of Twitter, Jessica Simpson had trouble identifying whether that queasy feeling in her stomach was her baby or just mere gas. The more likely explanation is that the munchkin was dancing. Nothing gets you moving like her late 90s hit “I Think I’m in Love.” Anyone? Just me?!
More confusion, but this time for The Office’s BJ Novak. We see the slow collapse of his joy when he realizes that it’s actually a leap year and that in fact, tomorrow is still February, or as it’s better known the most depressing month of the year.
Wiz Khalifa wished his mom a happy birthday yesterday and I think it’s safe to say it was a good one. Don’t worry, mama Khalifa has the same tolerance as her son, so she’s pretty much indestructible.
Thousands of Dunder-heads traveled to Scranton, Pennsylvania this weekend for the first annual ‘Office’ Convention, where the hit NBC comedy is set.
Most of the cast, execs and writers for the show made it out to the “Electric City.”
Cast member Ed Helms (“The Daily Show”) was overwhelmed by their warm reception, saying, “It sorta feels like we’re The Beatles here in Scranton.”
The experience was also surreal for executive producer Greg Daniels, who said it was “as if we had been reading the Oz books and then actually visited the Emerald City. I’m really glad I (chose Scranton). I don’t think we would’ve gotten this reception in Utica.”
The biggest event was the two-hour Q&A session on Saturday. Cast member Craig Robinson knew exactly how to please the crowd, answering a question by kissing on-screen girlfriend Mindy Kaling.
Helms, Kaling and Robinson also joined their fellow multi-talented cast mates Melora Hardin, Creed Bratton and Kate Flannery on stage, singing with The Scrantones, who perform the shows theme song.
The show makes frequent references to local pubs, restaurants and lakes in the Scranton area, which have now become famous.