Fans of The Office have repeatedly proven just how devoted they are to the show.
After all, there aren’t many shows where people just straight up copy how two of the main characters performed their wedding proposal like what happened recently when John Krasinski got the cast of The Office back together for his Some Good News show.
And while most fans just settle for continuing to binge-watch The Office thanks to it being on Netflix (for at least a few more months), especially while being stuck in self-isolation thanks to the global pandemic, one fan took things to a whole new level of fanaticism.
Writer Nick Janicki decided that rather than just watch The Office while waiting for the all clear to resume a normal life, he would just go ahead and write a season 10 for the show.
A 24 episode, 900 page season 10 written in screenplay format.
“Snapchat filters. Uber. Baby Yoda. TikTok. Binge-watching. Fitbit. The world has changed immensely over the last seven years, but our undying love for The Office remains the same,” Janicki wrote on his website where all 24 episodes can be viewed in PDF form. “So, how would the greatest sitcom ever made (“Fact.”) interpret the world today?
”We’ve seen memes created. We’ve seen 280-characters-or-less scenes written out. Let’s kick it up a notch (or ten) and take an in-depth look at where our favorite T.V. coworkers would be in 2020. A whole episode, you say? Nay – a whole season.”
With episode titles like “Athleap,” “Schrute Games,” “Turf War,” “The Dunderal,” and “Bachelor & Chill” I have never wanted for there to be a 10th season of The Office more.
C’mon, NBC, you know you want to do it!