Taylah (x_rose_tyler_x) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
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Chiswick's best temp could be moving to Scranton



With Steve Carell’s Office exit set to air in a matter of weeks (April 28 to be exact), you’d think the pool of possible Michael Scott successors would be narrowing.

Think again.

Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that three additional names have been added to the short long list of potential replacements: Ray Romano, James Spader and British funny lady Catherine Tate!

Although an NBC rep declined to comment, an insider confirms that the trio will appear in The Office‘s hour-long May 19 season finale as candidates for the vacant office manager position. They join previously announced finale guest stars (and wannabe Dunder Mifflin honchos) Will Arnett and Ricky Gervais.

Of the five finalists, only two stand a realistic chance of taking over the gig full-time: Spader and Tate. Romano’s committed to Men of a Certain Age, Arnett just booked an NBC pilot, and Gervais has been there done that. Will Ferrell, meanwhile, wraps up his arc in mid-May, and — despite buzz to the contrary — is not expected back next season.

There's a clip of Catherine on The Catherine Tate Show at the source

As excited as I am for this, I doubt Catherine will do it, since she's doing Much Ado with Tennant in London. Unless she starts filming later or they start mid-season like Parks & Rec this year, it's probably not happening.
Tags: catherine tate, comedy / comedian, doctor who (bbc), television - nbc, the office (nbc)
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