The Office First Look: Will Ferrell Makes His Dunder Mifflin Debut

In less than a week, The Office will be bubbling over with Will Ferrell greatness. But why wait until then to get to know DeAngelo Vickers, Dunder Mifflin’s new man(ager) about town.

NBC just released not one, but two high-larious clips of Ferrell’s first day with the Scranton crew, ripe with need-to-know info on Michael Scott’s temporary replacement. “I love the American Southwest, for starters,” the newbie tells the gang. “You may call them Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah. I call them heaven.” Plus, a Kelly Kapoor come-on that results in a totally unstaged “meet cute” with the new boss man.

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Don’t miss Ferrell’s Office debut Thursday, April 14, at 9/8c on NBC.

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  1. Sean says:

    What is going on with Kevin’s hair in the first clip?! haha!

    • Rob says:

      I would guess he’s trying to impress the new manager in town by wearing the toupee he had at Jim and Pam’s wedding.

  2. Raven_Moon says:

    I can’t wait to see the Will Ferrell episodes. They look great. Also, what is up with Kevin’s hair?

    • Rob says:

      The toupee from Jim and Pam’s wedding, maybe? I’m guessing he’s out to look good and impress the new manager in town.

  3. Stephanie says:

    You know, my only concern is that Will Ferrell is really good at playing a witless wonder, not unlike Michael Scott. I really hope that he creates the right kind of departure from the Scott character, otherwise I feel like it would be a “why bother” situation.

  4. Jacob says:

    I don’t usually like Will Ferrell but this character seems not that bad.