Happy 10 Years, The Office! Here's our picks for the Top 10 Office quotes!

The Office turned 10 years old today!
Happy bird-day The Office U.S.

To celebrate, we offer you our choices 
for the Top 10 The Office memes below.

Number 10
Jim & Pam are soul mates <3
Number 9
Nobody gets between Creed and his dream.
Number 8
Number 7
He's right you know.
Number 6
Checkmate, Atheists.
Number 5
Yeah...that's not how it works.
Number 4
It feels so good getting this thing off my chest.
Number 3
Michael hates Toby
Number 2
Identity theft is not a joke.
Number 1
Oh we are, Michael.  We are.

The Office Cast: Where are they now (on the small screen)?

It’s been way too many months since we had to say farewell to our favorite television show. I don’t know about you but I’ve gone back and rewatched episodes repeatedly since the finale. Thank goodness for Netflix, am I right? 
E'erybody got time fo dat.
Fortunately, however, us fans have been treated to sightings of The Office cast members quite frequently as of late. Not only have some of our favorite Dunder Mifflin employees been spotted on the big screen but they are popping up on the small screen rather regularly as well. Where, on television, are we seeing these former Scranton residents? Well, I’m glad you asked because that’s what this article is all about!

Small Screen Sightings

Oscar Nunez has been spotted in some of my personal post- “The Office” favorites, New Girl and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. He landed a recurring role in the series Benched which has itself been, unfortunately, benched. Looking forward to seeing what’s around the corner for Oscar though. It’s always a delight when he shows up in something I’m watching.
Oscar Nunez in Benched

Much like her on-screen nemesis, Angela Kinsey has been spotted on New Girl as well. It’s been a real treat seeing her familiar face on a regular basis. I can tell from her Instagram posts that she’s also in series called Bad Judge and according to her imdb page, she appeared in Hot in Cleveland. (Brian Baumgartner showed up in a couple episodes, too.) Oops, I really need to catch up with that show! Also looking forward to checking out what she has to offer on Rainn Wilson’s YouTube-based creation, “The Impression Guys”.

Apparently Clark Duke appeared regularly on Two and a Half Men before it's series finale last month. While I didn’t watch that particular Chuck Lorre show, I do watch Mom and I’ve been thrilled to see him appear on a few episodes and I look forward to seeing more of his character.
Clark Duke in Two and a Half Men

Despite the fact that some fans of The Office don't seem to be too excited about Ellie Kemper's new starring role, I'm personally totally psyched to have met the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. This Netflix original created by Tina Fey has all of the things I like: bright colors, a cult, and funny ladies. Not sure how it can get any better!
Season One's 13 episodes are now streaming on Netflix

Of course, Rainn Wilson has been tearing it up on FOX's Backstrom.  Personally, we think it's a great fix for Office fans since his title character has a fantastic blend of Dwight's impatience for shenanigans and Michael Scott's often over-the-line-but-yet-oh-so-funny offensiveness. 

Backstrom airs Thursday nights on FOX

And finally, it seems that our sweet office receptionist turned office manager Jenna Fischer is slated to appear in a new "dramedy" with an Office connection called Apocalypse Slough where she will co-star with Rob Lowe and Megan Mullallay. Deadline reports that it will be a 10 part end-of-the-world series set in The Office U.K.'s hometown of Slough. I will be tuning into that one for sure!

Apocalypse Slough is set to premiere on NBC later this year.
-Co-Admin Mandy

How to Build (and Maintain) a Successful Facebook Page Without Spending Money

NOTE: This will be the one and only non-Office centered post you will ever see on our site.

So you want to build a successful Facebook fan empire, eh? Whether your intent is to rally fans around something you also love just for fun, or promote your brand, business or blog, Facebook is the best place to do so.  With over a billion active users (as of January 2015) Facebook remains the most popular social media outlet in spite of constant faux news threats that Twitter, Instagram and Google Plus will soon knock it off its throne.

Sorry, Googs.  The public has spoken.
First off, my credentials: 

I currently manage a total of 16 Facebook pages, all ranging in popularity and activity with a total of over half a million followers combined. And I have never spent a dime (or encouraged my colleagues to do so) on marketing.  I have built pages from the ground up entirely alone, with the help of others, and have come in as an assistant to grow and revamp existing pages. I admin pages that are fangirl related (such as The Office-isms and our other TV Show fan page projects), general humor, blog/business promotion and political.  While most offer me no additional income since most of my projects are just for fun, a few give me a small source of extra cash for acting as a virtual assistant/social media manager.  I've been in the Facebook fan page "business" since before Timeline, or 2010.  And with every change in interface and algorithm, there have been new challenges.

Age test: Remember when Facebook looked
like this and MySpace was still top dog?
Just me?
Do your parents know you're online right now?
Onward to the tips... (Scroll down to the bottom of this post for a short tip list if you don't have time to dive into the depths of this article)

Creating a Page

There are dozens of articles available to teach you the basics of page creation, so I won't waste space on a how-to.  Instead, I will offer you tips from the perspective of someone who's been in the trenches and has learned some pitfalls to avoid.