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[Invisionize.eu] baks112's Blog - Watch *The Office Season 9, Episode 21 * live Stream 1sT May 2013 S09E21

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In tonight's episode, viewers can already feel executive producer Greg Daniels setting the stage for the show's conclusion. There's a revelation about Jim (John Karsinski) and his future employment prospects. Dwight's paternity with regards to Angela's baby is definitively settled. And and two newcomers - dubbed Dwight Jr. (Clark Duke, "Greek") and Jim Jr. (Jake Lacy, "Better with You") -- begin working at Dunder Mifflin.

Andy (Ed Helms) returns to the office after a summer trip with Outward Bound and he's now more assertive and even cruel in his schemes to seek vengeance on Nellie (Catherine Tate).

But most importantly, "The Office" is generally funnier than it was last season. There's an effective gag involving Kelly (Mindy Kaling, bound for her own show on Fox, "The Mindy Project") moving away with her fiance and ex-boyfriend Ryan (B.J. Novak) following her. Viewers learn one member of the office is having an affair. And poor Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) does his best to "save" a turtrle while Angela tries to find a new home for her cat.

But most noticeably, viewers see the seeds of the shows end planted. Jim and Pam do their direct address interview to the camera and then interact with the camera crew, who say they aren't interested in the office but the people.

The season-opening episode wisely stays with one of the show’s great strength, which is spreading out its storylines so every cast member stays in the game, even when one gets a little more face time in a particular episode.

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For this one, that's Dwight (Rainn Wilson), who is threatened by the arrival of a new kid (Clark Duke) the others immediately nickname “Dwight Jr.”

This being Dwight, he doesn’t hide his insecurities about the situation, and it leads to a couple of bizarre and amusing scenes.

The catalyst for much of the action is Andy (Ed Helms), who has returned from an Outward Bound course and wants to apply some of that program’s aggressive motivation techniques to the office staff.

This has interesting consequences for pre-existing rivalries and neuroses, and combined with some classic hesitation moves from Jim (John Krasinski), it adds up to an energetic half-hour.

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