It was a good slideshow.

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All your favorites on “Veronica Mars.”

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Get it?

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Happy 40th Birthday, Adam Scott!

Happy 40th Birthday, Adam Scott!

Ben Wyatt’s Camera Face vs. Jim Halpert’s Camera Face

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"THE OFFICE" COULD’VE LOOKED VERY DIFFERENT
Rainn Wilson shared this image of the sign-in sheet from the first day of “The Office” casting. Yes, Adam Scott auditioned for the role of Jim.

"THE OFFICE" COULD’VE LOOKED VERY DIFFERENT

Rainn Wilson shared this image of the sign-in sheet from the first day of “The Office” casting. Yes, Adam Scott auditioned for the role of Jim.

THE “PARTY DOWN” MOVIE IS NOT DEAD
I recently spoke with “Party Down” co-creator about the rebirth of his cult-hit series “Veronica Mars” and couldn’t resist asking about the status of his other beloved and underrated series. Don’t expect the “Party Down” caterers to show up in the “VMars” movie, but there’s some progress being made.

"Well, we’re still hopeful that there will be a ‘Party Down’ movie without Kickstarter," Thomas said in a phone interview. "We’re already in the process of trying to make that happen and I can’t say too much about that. There is work being done on script right now for ‘Party Down.’"

A script! In August 2012, Megan Mullally was positive about the project.

"We’re shooting for next hiatus, which means next spring/summer," Mullally said of the movie in August 2012. “It’s still not 100 percent official though … We’re trying to get it going. It’s a question of getting the script finished and approved and all of that.”

I can’t wait to break out my pink bow tie.

THE “PARTY DOWN” MOVIE IS NOT DEAD

I recently spoke with “Party Down” co-creator about the rebirth of his cult-hit series “Veronica Mars” and couldn’t resist asking about the status of his other beloved and underrated series. Don’t expect the “Party Down” caterers to show up in the “VMars” movie, but there’s some progress being made.

"Well, we’re still hopeful that there will be a ‘Party Down’ movie without Kickstarter," Thomas said in a phone interview. "We’re already in the process of trying to make that happen and I can’t say too much about that. There is work being done on script right now for ‘Party Down.’"

A script! In August 2012, Megan Mullally was positive about the project.

"We’re shooting for next hiatus, which means next spring/summer," Mullally said of the movie in August 2012. “It’s still not 100 percent official though … We’re trying to get it going. It’s a question of getting the script finished and approved and all of that.”

I can’t wait to break out my pink bow tie.