'The Office': Subtle Sexuality flipbook -- more is a good thing
This “video,” which strings together still photos into a live-motion flipbook, follows up last week’s Subtle Sexuality premiere of “Male Prima Donna” with some behind-the-scenes choreography footage. For those just catching up, the concept here is Kelly (Mindy Kaling) and Erin (Ellie Kemper) shoot a music video for their new girl group, Subtle Sexuality, and this track, “Male Prima Donna,” is a diss aimed at Ryan (B.J. Novak). It’s a shame we only have this jagged flipbook and not actual, smooth outtake video, but there’s definitely some more good stuff here (the additional elevator scenes alone are worth the time spent watching). And if you’re like me, you’ll take Erin doing her funky-priest-in-a-parking-lot dance in whatever form it’s available. Plus, quite simply, more Nard Dog. Thanks, NBC.
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The mockumentary-style sitcom chronicles a group of typical office employees working 9-5 at the Scranton branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.