As Season 3 of The Office gets underway, Pam (Jenna Fischer) remains unable to express her feelings for Jim (John Krasinski) after the pair recently shared a kiss and now Jim has taken a promotion that means transferring to Connecticut. Michael (Steve Carell) has discovered that Oscar (Oscar Nunez) is gay, and has enlisted the aid of Dwight (Rainn Wilson) in determining who else in the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin might be homosexual. Despite the fact that Pam called off her wedding to Roy (David Denman), her ex-fiancé is determined to win her back. Later, Michael holds a special meeting to encourage others who may be gay to openly express their sexuality. In a misguided effort to sincerely express that he believes there is nothing wrong with homosexuality, Michael attempts to kiss Oscar, who is clearly uncomfortable, on the lips. After that incident, Jan (Melora Hardin) attempts to get Oscar to sign a document saying he will not sue Dunder Mifflin.~Jason Buchanan
Season 3 of The Office is even funnier than season 2. The 4 DVD has over 20 hilarious episodes and tons of bonus features that will keep you entertained for quite a while. When the show first started it was just comedy and there really wasn't as much story to follow but now the show has a great combination of comedy and drama. It's a bit pricey over $30 for just over 20 episodes but it is definitely worth the money.
Although I wasn't too big on a number of Steve Carrell's movies, his role in the office fits him to a tee. His character Michael is just incredibly funny in a randomly naive sort of way.
The character development of the cast throughout the episodes are intriguing and doesn't get lost within the episodes which is great. You can watch each show and take something from it, but from a character's perspective you can see how their situation changes over the course of the shows.
This is one of my favorite shows on tv and hopefully they'll have future seasons to come.
The Office is a great show. I only got into it this year because they have been playing the re-runs but I instantly became addicted. Some of the material on this show is absolutely off the walls. You'll be laughing for hours. It's also exciting to watch the extra scenes that you don't get to see on TV. I would definitely purchase this DVD if you enjoy this show. And if you've never seen it before I would purchase season 1-3 and catch up! I guarantee you will not be disappointed!
This isn't just the top comedy show of our era, but it's also a DVD set packed full of goodies. They really gave us fans a lot:
Tons of deleted scenes, in most cases over 10 minutes per episode and in most cases as good as what went on the air.
Also 8 commentaries. They vary in quality but Jenna Fischer and the writers such as BJ Novak and Jennifer Celotta give informative and entertaining takes on what they thought of scenes. It's a lot of fun.