OK, now I know most shows usually stop airing new episodes in early December-early/mid January but the Office's schedule has been TERRIBLE this year.
First, the show stop airing new episodes after the December 10th episode and returned on January 21st after a 5 week break.
Then, after the Jan. 21 clip show episode, there's a two weeks hiatis between new episodes with it coming back on Feb. 4.
Now, after next weeks episode, there's another 3 week break before the next new episode airs on March 4 with an hour long episode featuring the Halpert's baby.
Why is NBC doing this? It's making it VERY hard to get into a "rythem" while watching this season. Not to mention with this HUGE Sabre storyline, why not let it play out week by week instead of making the viewer watch one week then try and remember the last episode's storylines 3 weeks later?
It seems like a year ago when we saw episodes like "Koi Pond," "Niagra," and "Murder"
Is there an explination with the continued gaps between weeks? I don't remember this out of previous seasons...