Co-Admin Kevin P.

Kevin P showing off his WBB mug
Name: Kevin P.
Gender: Male
Age: 20
Occupation: 3rd year undergrad
Location: Chicago, IL

Co-Admin Kevin P is new admin, but a long time -isms fan.  He helped launch Community-isms and Parks and Rec-isms and posts on Fridays. Kevin's also a HUGE SNL fan, check out the SNL pages he runs linked below.

When did you start watching The Office?

Sometime in 2008. I became a fan kind of late in the series, around its 5th season. It was just randomly on on my television. I don't remember the episode, but I immediately became hooked after watching it.

What is your favorite episode and why?

Definitely Stress Relief. That episode was hilarious from start to finish. It never had any dull moments. The fake fire drill cold opening is probably my favorite scene of the entire series, if not at least in my top three for sure.
Who is your favorite character and why?

Jim has always been my favorite character because of how similar I am to him. Out of all of the characters, I always thought Jim was the wittiest and most clever character, while still being hilarious as everyone else.
Do you have a favorite moment for The Office?

Going back to the cold opening of Stress Relief, that would be my favorite moment. Any one of Jim's pranks would also suffice as a favorite moment of mine, especially since he always manages to top his pranks one after the other.
What's it like being an admin for The Office-isms?

I'm a new admin. It's been terrific though. Before I became an admin, I was on the other side. I followed The Office-isms and joined the viewing parties from time to time. It's a blast to watch old and new episodes with other die hard fans.
How has The Office changed your life?

The Office has been a gate toward my interests and who I am. Before The Office, I didn't really have a favorite show that wasn't a childhood cartoon or series. The Office has shown me that comedy is my absolute favorite genre.. It got me invested in comedy a lot more with shows like Parks and Rec, Community, and SNL.
Do you have any great memories associated with The Office?

I do like to use Michael Scott's infamous line "that's what she said" around my friends. Also, I saw a live episode of SNL in New York when Ed Helms hosted in 2011. It made my night. I heard some of the cast of The Office went to his show. Though I didn't see them, it was cool to know I was in the same room as Ed Helms and a few other Office cast members.

Is there anything you would like to add?

I'd just like to give props to Christine for making this all happen well before I joined. The Office may have ended, but its legacy will live on forever.