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Strike's first big casualty: 'The Office'

November 7, 2007 | 10:22 am


Office_2 The Writers Guild strike has scored a key prime-time victory: NBC's "The Office" has shut down production because lead actor Steve Carell, who also writes for the highly improvised show, has refused to cross the picket line.  NBC shot scenes that did not involve Carell in the last two days, but has given up because Dunder-Mifflin just ain't the same without Michael at its helm.

-- Maria Elena Fernandez