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Bailey enters the patient's room and finds Elizabeth Archer standing by his side with her hands on his chest. Cristina appears in the doorway and comes inside to take Elizabeth back to her own room. Elizabeth continues what she's doing and the monitor starts beeping calmly again. Bailey wonders what she did as the patient was in V-tach and now he's fine. Elizabeth says she's a healer. She's a healer. She then collapses, but Cristina catches her.

[S4E11] Lay Your Hands on Me

Bailey receives another call, but she declines when Richard approaches her. He comes to talk to her about the healing patient. The rumor's been spreading and he can't have that, because it creates panic and hysteria. She gets another call, but she doesn't answer it. She promises Richard she's gonna make sure that this woman is gonna keep her hands to herself. Richard walks off and she's just too late to answer the call.

Rose finds Derek and asks about Bailey's son. Derek doesn't look at her as he says they're still waiting on his studies. As George approaches, Rose says that she was unbelievably cool when she let him off the hook for making out with her. Now, she's angry because he's not making eye contact with her. He apologizes for that. She says it was one great kiss, but she's not willing to let that get in the way of their great professional relationship. They shake hands on being friends.

Richard and Bailey bring Elizabeth into Tuck's room. She tells Bailey and Tucker to hold hands because the energy in here is not healing at all. For a few minutes, she wants them to try to forgive each other and focus all of their love on their child. Tucker takes Bailey's hand. Elizabeth then does her healing thing with all of Bailey's close colleagues watching from outside the room.

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Donna takes the woman's advice and treats her mum and grandfather to a Christmas holiday in the English countryside. On Christmas morning, the housemaid comes in to bring the Nobles their breakfast but then recoils from Donna and repeatedly shouts "You've got something on your back!" in Spanish. This is quickly forgotten when a newsflash shows that a replica of the Titanic is about to fall on Buckingham Palace. Suddenly the TV signal cuts off just before a tremor from the impact hits the hotel. The three run outside and watch, horrified, as a mushroom cloud rises above London. Sylvia is aghast with shock as she realises that everyone they know is now dead, while Wilf notes that if Donna hadn't won the raffle they'd have been killed too. As Donna realises that the advice Rose gave her has saved her, she notices the Spanish maid still angrily pointing at her back.

The most powerful part of this fight is when Jamie agrees not to kill Randall for one year, Claire goes to touch his hands and he physically recoils and tells her not to touch him. Claire is gutted and quite frankly (see what I did there), so are we.

Timothy Olyphant makes his brief, somewhat puzzling debut as Danny Cordray, a handsome, stunningly competent salesman for a rival company. He strikes fear into Dwight and Jim's hearts. Nothing is particularly great in this episode; nothing is particularly bad. Michael ends up poaching Cordray, who ends up mostly being a throwaway character. Life just goes on in Scranton in this episode.

Best Quote: "I was intimidated by Andy's family before. And now I have to see the First Lady at holidays? She's gonna be like, 'What's your stance on politics?' Or, 'What is the best war to do?' And, I will just be like, 'Duh!'" - Erin

Best Quote: Stanley Hudson, scaring the ever-loving shit out of Ryan Howard: "That little girl is a child. I don't want to see you sniffing around her anymore this afternoon, do you understand? BOY, have you lost your mind, cuz I'll help you find it! Whatcha looking for? Ain't nobody help you out there. Jesus could come through that door and he's not going to help you if you don't stop sniffing after my child."

It's smart storytelling. Jim himself is about to burst if he doesn't tell something. As a wise song once noted(Opens in a new tab), "When you love somebody and bite your tongue, all you get is a mouth full of blood."

Best Quote: "The world sends people your way... Ryan came to me through a temp agency. Andy was transferred here. No idea where Creed came from. The point is you just have to play with the cards that you're dealt. Jim, that guy is an ace. Dwight is my king up my sleeve. Phyllis is my old maid. Oscar is my queen. That's easy. Gimme a hard one. That's what Oscar said. Toby is the instruction card you throw away. Pam's a solid seven. And yeah, you know what? Ryan is probably, like, a two. But sometimes twos can be wild. So watch out. And I am obviously the joker. So..." -Michael

Did you know that Devon made it all the way to Season 2? I could have sworn this episode was in Season 1. Regardless, we learn how awful Michael is at doing anything that might be unpopular. He even tries to gaslight Creed into quitting. Meanwhile, Jim admits his job would mean nothing if it weren't for Pam. Like, if this were the real world, dude should quit this job and move to Philly already. If your job gets meaning only from your crush on the engaged receptionist, you don't need that job. But alas, it's a TV show.

Best Quote: Michael as Prison Mike: "The worst thing about prison was the...was the Dementors. They were flying all over the place and they were scary and then they'd come down and they'd suck the soul out of your body and it hurt!"

Best Quote: "It's a bold move to Photoshop yourself into a picture with your girlfriend and her kids on a ski trip with their real father. But then again, Michael's a bold guy. Is bold the right word?" -Jim

Best Quote: "I am talking about freedom, about choice. America, I don't think you need to worry. Because if you want to beat China you will. If you don't, that's fine. That my friend, is your victory. You know, a lot of people say if you dig long enough and hard enough you will get to China, and that may be true, but what they don't tell you is that if you dig long enough and hard enough in a conversation, you get to a friend. So, here is to conversation." -Michael

Toby is back and Michael is ON one. Jim buys Pam the house and she's just...OK...with it. This has been discussed ad nauseam in the pockets of the internet that want to decide that either Jim or Pam is actually bad, but it is a, um, big decision to buy a damn house without your partner's input. In the end, it's a sitcom (and kind of a rom-com) and you've just got to take a leap of faith.

A lot of characters are really leaning in on their funniest tendencies in this episode. Michael makes the wedding about himself; Phyllis is a savage by stealing the details of Pam's wedding that wasn't; Dwight prowls for wedding crashers and kicks a guy with dementia out; Jim (kind of) pranks Dwight into doing that; Kelly wears white; Creed steals someone's present; Kevin is in his own little world behind the drum set for Scrantonicity. It's a really good episode that might not immediately come to mind when you make your internal list of great episodes.

Best Quote: "I am a huge Woody Allen fan. Although I've only seen "Antz." But I'll tell you something, what I respect about that man is that when he was going through all of that stuff that came out in the press...about how "Antz" was just a ripoff of "A Bug's Life," he stayed true to his films. Or at least the film that I saw, which, again, was "Antz". Thing is...I thought "A Bug's Life" was better, much better than "Antz." Point is, don't listen to your critics. Listen to your fans." -Michael

Best Quote: "Big Tuna is a super ambitious guy, you know? Cut your throat to get ahead type of guy. But I mean I'm not threatened by him. I went to Cornell, you ever heard of it? I graduated in four years. I never studied once. I was drunk the whole time, and I sang in the acappella group, Here Comes Treble." -Andy, making his phenomenal intro to the show

Best Quote: "Andy's from the generation that thinks they should all be famous. What happened to the generation that knew you shut up, did your work, and died quietly from a heart attack?" - Stanley

It's the Jim and Pam wedding double episode. As I mentioned in the introduction, a great sitcom makes you tune in because you want to hang around your friends. This episode is the culmination of the show's most important storyline.

Jim, complete with a shit-eating grin, says he "can't complain" about having to spend the night like this as he heads up the ladder to the roof. As Dwight ignites discount fireworks in a lot across the street, Pam lights a candle ("For the bugs," she says but we all know that's a Love Candle, Pam) as Jim hands her a sandwich. It's nighttime and they're still together. It's not work hours. They're sharing a meal. It's a date, really. "I can't remember the last time someone made me dinner," Pam says. And it's so sad but Jim smiles. Because that mother fucker knows he's better than Roy. And he knows he's not giving up.

This is almost certainly my favorite episode of The Office. "Tim," you're saying, "Then why is ranked No. 8 instead of No. 1, since this is your list." Because, my good pal, I am handcuffed to my godforsaken rating system as much as you are, it is my shepherd and I but a wooly, content-makin' sheep. And as much as I like this episode, it just doesn't offer quite as much as others in the way of importance or emotional weight. It is my favorite but not the best episode. 041b061a72


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