It has been five years since the NBC has run an end to "The Office", and issues of rehabilitation have never been long from mind when members of the scene are in a public eye. At the Steve Carell event on November 17, a series of Peucock pictures, "Saturday Night Live," took the opportunity to welcome the audience with news about regeneration but instead he took part in to re-meet.
In Carell's monolog, he gave questions from the listeners, including a long-term "SNL" Kenan Thompson player and old "The Office" stars Jenna Fischer, Ellie Kemper and Ed Helms.
"It's a really good experience, I love all those people, but I do not think this is the best thing," he said about regeneration. "I think we should leave alone."
We went on to try to explain in different terms why it would not work, telling Thompson, "It would seem if they wanted to restart" Kenan & Kel. ""
"That would be an honor," replied Thomson.
He said he did not think it would have been "as good" as the original and that he did not think it was a good idea – even when Kemper told him she needed that money. "
"I do not think you understand what money is there," said Helms. "You did not have to make the movies sad now."
Fischer asked Carell if he did not remember the last words Pam secretly told Michael as he did; I left your Denver "on" The Office. "" She said, "Steve does not do it, do it regenerate," she said. "Let's just let the bad thing!"
Carell's wife Nancy Carell, who appeared on "The Office," and children were also in the audience, and also said they wanted to make the show. "We do not need to hang out more. We are good," said Nancy Carell.
Carerence asked the observers if they were rebuilding what they wanted, and, indeed, they were confident, but they did not really know one to do. Instead, the reunion was given to them when his companion joined him on the stage.
Look at the "SNL" monologue at Carell below:
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