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[S3E22] Paper Pete



After Jake leaves, Finn asks the Pagelings why they did not show themselves to Jake. They respond by pointing out that they are a secret group, and wish to reveal themselves only to Finn, whom they refer to as a "noble giant." Finn convinces the Pagelings to come show themselves to Jake by stating that he, too, is a great giant that will aid them in their battle. Upon arrival at Jake's table, Jake puts his head down on the book and thickens his arms so that he can cover up the sides of his face from distraction from Finn; the flower dance from the Pagelings does nothing but annoy Jake further from believing Finn. Afterward, the Pagelings and Finn return to the spot where Finn first met them, but to the horror of the Pagelings, a "reconnaissance squad" of Moldo have arrived and already began eating at the pages of some books. The Pagelings unsheathe their paper swords and charge into battle with the Moldos, but Finn manages to win the battle for the former by yawning on all of them. While praising Finn, Pete mentions how the bites of the Moldo sting "like the dickens," which soon leads to Finn hatching a new conceit.




[S3E22] Paper Pete


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The play takes place, and Ross blows his date off when he starts focusing attention on Tommy (waiting for him to scream his head off) rather than on her. She leaves, and the director brings the early edition of the newspaper containing the review of the play. He's furious to find that the review is pretty much abysmal about everything, even the direction, and storms off. Kate, still destroyed by the review, reveals to Joey that the director dumped her after the review, and Joey supports her by staying with her at her apartment, where she passes out, and the two spend "the night" - talking to each other about their feelings. Soon after, Ross, still disapproving of Tommy, almost spills hot coffee over him. The bully intimidates Ross by ranting and shouting insults at him before calming down just as instantly as he did before, apparently in a good mood afterwards. Rachel still hangs out with Tommy despite Ross' advice, but when she, Monica, Phoebe, Chandler and Ross see him shout and rant insults at the chick and the duck after the chick urinates in his hand, she and the others realize Ross was right about him being an aggressive bully with little apparent control over his anger, and when Tommy can see that they are all clearly scared of him now, the bully breaks up with her before leaving.


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Pete was sitting on a bench with his little hands clasped together and was muttering under his breath. From the looks of it, he seemed to be memorizing some kind of formula. As for the tutor marking the paper, he was frowning.


For my money, I think this might be the best easy-breezy sitcom to ever come out of the United States. Steve Carell is amazing to watch as Michael Scott, the Scranton manager of paper company Dunder Miflin. His incompetence and socially inappropriate personality are as compelling as his heart of gold! The writing can be a bit sloppy in its first season, but from season two onwards it is just dazzling. The reason you watch this series is for the characters, as with any sitcom, who consistently deliver fun stupidity while also being reassuringly heart-warming. If you want a hilarious comedy that never tries to be too deep or meaningful, then The Office is a series you should start watching right now!


Michael thinks he's leaving Scranton to be promoted, so he makes the employees compete in a series of challenges on the beach to replace him. Pam uses this time to express her feelings after the turmoil of her and Jim's relationship. She is the only one to walk across a bed of hot coals, and the only one who cares enough about Michael to stop him from doing it. 041b061a72


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