Yes long-forgotten fans of The Office, you read correctly.
TEN is returning the Steve Carrell comedy later this month.
It’s back at 10:20pm Sunday October 26 following Californication.
The comedy returns with “Phyllis’ Wedding” episode 16 of the third season. It aired in the US in February last year. The fifth season has just begun on NBC.
It’s the wedding of Phyllis Lapin and Bob Vance’s (of Vance Refrigeration, as noted in the wedding vows). In order to get six weeks off for her honeymoon, Phyllis asks Michael to be part of the ceremony, by pushing her wheelchair-bound father down the aisle.
In one of his typical pranks on Dwight, Jim convinces him to stand guard at the door all night to prevent the entrance of wedding crashers.
As the day goes on, Michael’s behaviour becomes increasingly inappropriate, as he recalls horrible childhood memories and later feels upstaged when the bride’s father’s rises from his wheelchair at the last minute to walk his daughter to the aisle.
In making several attempts to recapture the limelight, including an embarrassing toast at the wedding banquet, Michael gets kicked out of the reception hall and told not to re-enter. He must sit outside
listening to Uncle Al’s ramblings (who Dwight has mistaken for a wedding crasher.
Against proper etiquette, Kelly shows up wearing a white gown and tiara because she says she “looks really good in white.” Phyllis then tosses the bouquet and as Kelly is about to catch it, her reluctant boyfriend Ryan appears from behind and knocks the bouquet away and into the hands of Toby’s date.
Pam is feeling a bit down at the wedding and it’s not hard to imagine why. She can’t help but notice that everything about Phyllis’ wedding is exactly like the one she had planned (that has now been called off) – the invitation, wedding dress, even Phyllis and her husband’s initials, P&R (Phyllis and Robert/Pam and Roy). Jim being there with Karen of course makes everything worse for Pam.
When Phyllis leaves the reception hall with Bob Vance, she thanks Michael for finding her Uncle Al (who had gone missing) and the newlyweds ride off in a Vance Refrigeration van.
It’s a given that Phyllis and Bob will live happily ever after, but how will the Jim, Karen, Pam, and Roy love quadrangle be resolved? Can the tortured Ryan ever get away from annoying girlfriend Kelly?
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