The final two seasons of “The Office” were well received, but it packed a lot into its hour-long run. Sure, that’s inevitable given the show’s massive cast – the show covers nearly every plot of the main characters, sets them on a new path in the future, and fits the ring. final interview. But while the dense plot and slick editing allowed the finale to feel as long as possible – a treat for dedicated viewers as the show’s finale lays ahead – the episodes there’s certainly a lot to show for. Like well-prepared sirloin, excess must be cut off.
While on-screen Dakota isn’t exactly a waste of screen time, she does fit a larger problem trend for the series’ final two episodes: new characters are only really introduced. presented in the finale. A bigger offender? Angela’s sister is Rachael (Rachael Harris), who was mentioned earlier on the show but is said to have failed her sister. Sure, it’s great that the couple made it in time for Angela’s wedding – but in such a tight episode, any time spent with Rachael (or Dakota) there may be used to create more memories with the core cast – or give an absent Dunder Mifflin employee a happy ending.
Don’t get us wrong – overall, the “The Office” finale was impressively done. But consider the fact that its devotion to honoring the characters is seen as a love letter to previous seasons of the show and the bizarre antics endured by the Dunder Mifflin staff. , we can’t help but wonder if the newer characters are really needed (especially if they take the actors out).
https://www.slashfilm.com/969127/dakota-johnson-spent-two-weeks-on-the-office-set-for-just-a-few-minutes-of-screentime/ Dakota Johnson spent two weeks in the office in just a few minutes of Screentime