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    Exclusive: Craig Robinson Shows Off His Newfound Productivity in a Deleted Scene From 'The Office,' Season Nine

    "The Office" closed its doors for good on May 16th, and today the ninth and final season of the NBC workplace mockumentary comes out on DVD and Blu-ray from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

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    Ricky Gervais Wants To Bring 'The Office' Boss David Brent Back For A Movie

    While two seasons and a Christmas special was initially enough for Ricky Gervais' groundbreaking hit "The Office," it seems that he's not done with well-meaning but hapless David Brent. This year alone he trotted out the character for a new sketch during Comic Relief, and notably for a 10-minute sho...

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    Watch: Ricky Gervais Brings Back David Brent From 'The Office' For New 10-Minute Short

    In Britain, the biannual charity extravaganza that is Comic Relief has a great track record for creating one-off comedy sketches, many based around established British shows and comedy characters. Past classics have included skits based around the likes of "Doctor Who," "Blackadder," "Gavin and Stac...

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    Watch: Ricky Gervais Reprises His Role as David Brent From 'The Office' in a New Mini-Episode

    Ricky Gervais has gotten back in character as David Brent from "The Office" for "The Office Revisited," a 10-minute video Gervais made for Comic Relief that was broadcast on BBC One in the U.K. tonight before being put online on Gervais' YouTube channel.

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    Watch Ricky Gervais' Hilariously Awful Music Video, 'Equality Street'

    Shot in gloriously pretentious black and white, 'Equality Street' is the official music video from David Brent -- Ricky Gervais' crazily un-self-aware character from The Office -- and Dom Johnson, the rapper Brent manages. It's cringe-worthy good, as the rapper and the white guy in a bad suit da...

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    Ricky Gervais Returns as David Brent in 'The Office Revisited' (Video)

    It has been a decade since Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's original version of The Office ended its brief but brilliant run. Now Gervais has brought David Brent back in The Office Revisited, a 10 minute video done for Red Nose Day, an All-Star BBC program that is part of the UK's Comic Reli...

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    Watch: Ricky Gervais Will Return as David Brent in 'The Office Revisited'

    Ricky Gervais will be back in the role that made him famous, that of unctuous "The Office" manager David Brent, for a short video special entitled "The Office Revisited," set to air on Friday, March 15th in the U.K. on BBC One and to go live on Gervais' YouTube channel at the same time.

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    Watch: Martin Freeman & Ricky Gervais Get Mashed Up In 'The Office: An Unexpected Journey'

    Before he was Bilbo, before he was Watson, Martin Freeman was Tim Canterbury, a lowly salesman at Wernham Hogg Paper Company. It's hard to believe, but the original U.K. "The Office" is already over ten years old, and its U.S. counterpart is wrapping up at the end of this season too. Well, if you ne...

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    Jon Favreau To Direct Final Season Episode Of 'The Office,' Spinoff Episode For 'The Farm' Will Still Air

    While Jon Favreau figures out his next move, especially considering the big screen musical "Jersey Boys," which he was set to direct got put into turnaround in November, it looks like he's plotting a return to the small screen where's he had some recent success.

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    TV Ratings: Winners (Fox News, "The Walking Dead") and Losers (Fox, "The Office")

    The 2012-13 television season just finished up its fourth week, and there are clearly two major success stories overall: NBC has been the highest-rated network in 18-49 for four weeks in a row, the first time it's done so in a whole decade, while "The Walking Dead" made history by beco...

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