Angela and Meredith just recreated a classic The Office scene, and now we’re demanding a revival
Sometimes, if we’re lucky, and the TV gods decide that we deserve nice things, they swoop in and save our favorite show from getting the boot. And sometimes, if we’re really, really lucky, they reunite our favorite actors to recreate one of the most iconic TV scenes of all time. Such is the case with Angela Kinsey and Kate Flannery, who played Angela Martin and Meredith Palmer on The Office, when they got together and reenacted their favorite scene from the show — in character, no less. Honestly, it will bring tears to your eyes, because as the great Dwight once said, “Nostalgia is truly one of the greatest human weaknesses…second only to the neck.”
It happened when Flannery stopped by Josh & Ange, Angela’s YouTube baking show with her husband, Joshua Snyder. The group made Irish Potato Candy — a dish that looked infinitely better than Stanley’s meatballs, no offense. But of course, that’s not even the best part. The two Office alums started answering fan questions, and one fan did us all a favor and asked if they can recreate their favorite Angela and Meredith scene.
And they did. Lo and behold, watch the glorious Angela and Meredith moment below:
Are we back in 2007? They nailed that scene and both deserve all the Dundies in the world. But seriously, considering that the actresses still know their stuff, it’s time that we start a petition for a much-needed revival. We mean, John Krasinski, Mindy Kaling, and Jenna Fischer already expressed interest. Even NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt is also open to the idea.
"We often talk about The Office, I’ve talked to Greg [executive producer] four times over the past few years. It’s always, ‘maybe some day but not now’, he said last year. "There is certainly an open invitation but we don’t have anything happening right now. If he wants to do it, I would do it."
In the world where Roseanne and Last Man Standing are flourishing, we need The Office to save the TV universe. We’ll do everything to make the reboot a reality, even if we end up having to declare bankruptcy.