Philosophy Weekend: Seasons

Comedy Existential Music Television Tributes

I can't write a Philosophy Weekend blog post this weekend. I've been working too hard on some tech changes to the site that will finally launch on Tuesday or Wednesday ... and I'm also too broken up about the final show of the final season of my favorite TV show, "The Office".

So, instead of a thoughtful existential blog post, here's one of my old favorite scenes from that show, the Nobody But Me lib dub that opened season 7.

I'll really miss this show -- having worked in offices most of my life, I found it a very accurate snapshot of real life. Not that this has anything specifically to do with philosophy. We'll get started with an all-new ethical inquiry next weekend.

This article is part of the series Philosophy Weekend. The next post in the series is Philosophy Weekend: Medea Benjamin Debates The President. The previous post in the series is Philosophy Weekend: Kierkegaard's Either-Or.
3 Responses to "Philosophy Weekend: Seasons"

...a modern day wkrp in cinncinnati...les nesman, the original cube dweller...taped it on the floor himself...

by TKG on

That was fun, but why did you have to post the one with the Portuguese subliminal trigger words?

I can speak for a lot of us when I say it was a hard time explaining things to the authorities.

by Levi Asher on

Hah! It was kismet, TKG -- I just Google "Office Nobody But Me" and posted the first video I found. I guess Scranton is big in Portugal.

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