Office Hot Shots: The Gang Gets Their First Taste of Fame as Documentary Hits the Small Screen

The staff of a certain Scranton-area paper company may soon become acquainted with a four-letter F-word: fame.

The Office‘s upcoming show-within-a-show — aka the documentary that’s resulted from a camera crew following the Dunder Mifflinites over the past nine years — is set to launch a series of promos during the comedy’s April 4 installment (NBC, 9/8c), and we have a sneak peek at the gang reveling in the excitement of their TV debut.

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Elsewhere in the scoopy pics, Phyllis and Andy are on the receiving end of some sort of watery prank. (Any theories as to what the heck’s going on?)

Click through the shots below to see the happiness the commercials bring Pam and Co., then hit the comments: Which Office moments are you hoping to see in the final cut of ‘The Office‘?

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Surely Michael Scott would be at the center of the promos for the first handful of years of the documentary…

  2. Sarah says:

    Still in denial that The Office is really ending. *sigh*

  3. Mark222 says:

    I reall yhope we see Michael in the promos. Surely NBC owns the footage Even though Steve Carrel is against coming back I don’t think NBC would have to okay it by him, would they?

  4. mycatmidnite says:

    hope they do a montage of Jim’s pranks on Dwight :)

  5. David4 says:

    They filmed a show for 9 years before it ever reached a TV?

    This is just called bad writing on the show’s part. They should have just never revealed who was taping if it was going to be this lame.

  6. dude says:

    ^nice reference and i will add Not yet it isnt

  7. Ruby says:

    Such an ingenious way to wrap this show up, I love it. The Casino Night kiss has to be in there, and the almost-kiss on the Booze Cruise. Also Angela and Dwight sneaking around when they thought nobody knew. Michael’s most vulnerable moments that made us realize he wasn’t REALLY a creepy weirdo. These last eps are gonna make me cry. I thought I was ready for this show to be done, but I have loved this season so much that I realize that I am really going to mourn these characters.

  8. dmharris says:

    im really going to miss this wonderful show..was there from day one..fell in love with them all..sorry to see it end..wish them all the best of luck in future endeavors.. luv and kisses to The Office cast and crew.. You Rock :>) <3