B.J. Novak on The Office 2.0: 'It Reminds Me of the Show's Early Days'

B.J. Novak could sell paper to… um… somebody who doesn’t need any paper. My point is, the guy is good.

When he talked to me on the Emmy red carpet Sunday about how this season of The Office (returning tonight at 9/8c) was going to be “the year of the ensemble,” I’ll be damned if I didn’t start then and there to look forward to it an extra lot.

But who are the mysterious guest stars he teases? Click below and see if you can figure it out!

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  1. Keith says:

    I would love to see Leslie Knope setting up a meeting with Dunder Mifflin to be the supplier for Pawnee’s office needs. The sales team could visit Pawnee and then Dwight and April strike up a bazaar friendship and everyone keeps thinking that Anne looks like Karen Fillipelli, except for Jim, who thinks she looks nothing like her.

  2. AlanahC says:

    re: Keith’s comment:


  3. yo says:

    i think andy is the new manager. if u see the sneak peek video on nbc’s website, it looks like there’s a cornell pennant behind james spader.