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On April 10th, 2008, The Office topped itself with its best half-hour ever – and perhaps the best comedy episode of the decade.
Taking the action away from the Dunder Mifflin office, “The Dinner Party” provides a rare glimpse into the home life of regional manager Michael Scott (Carell) as he hosts an impromptu get-together for three couples: salesman Jim Halpert and receptionist Pam Beesly, salesman Andy Bernard and accountant Angela Martin, and party-crasher Dwight Schrute and his former babysitter/current lover, Melvina.
But no one could have quite predicted how great the season’s 13th episode was.
But through everything that the two have been through, being with his family is "very important" for Tarek."I'm just a much better man standing here today," he expressed, looking back at the past year, as well as his battle with thyroid and testicular cancer. Just watched the movie "Wonder" and it was honestly an amazing movie. "Now, I've taken a step back and showing my kids what life is supposed to be like.
It reminded me that it doesn't matter who we are or what we do or what we have. Even myself, what it’s supposed to be like, meaning we do different things now.""I took them dirt biking a few weeks back. I took my kids tubing and weight surfing and we're just doing all these fun active activities that we never used to do, which is really exciting," he added.
Myself, I grew up in Buena Park and my life was different.
So they're seeing a different life than I grew up with," he said.
Whether she knows the scripts are giving her scenes of similar terrain or if she’s just dialed in to the moment-by-moment transformation of Latrice, King elevates her supporting role so much it often feels like she should be the sole focus. That burden goes to Ashitey, and while no one should hope to compete with King, a two-time Emmy winner, on a scene-by-scene basis (only Carrie Coon has given as good as she’s got in a toe-to-toe showdown), the lead of “Seven Seconds” is hamstrung by character flaws she can’t make up.