title The Office was one of the first shows to really change the way we talk about computers, and now we’re talking about it again.
In a video posted to Twitter, the creators of the beloved sitcom talk about how the show made the machine as human-like as possible.
We spoke with co-creator Alex Timbers about how they changed the tone of The Office, the show’s final season, and how it helped shape the world of television.
In Season 7, it’s been 10 years since The Office began.
What made you want to explore a more human side to the characters?
We think we nailed the human side of the Office, which was the human aspect of the human.
We had this really, really well-drawn guy with the big glasses, and it was fun to play off of that.
But I think we hit the nail on the head with the machine, which is that you can’t go back in time to have your own personality.
It’s very hard.
We knew that, but we also wanted to make it feel real.
How do you do that?
We’re doing that by having the characters go through a real-world process, which makes it feel very real.
We were going to do the whole show through these characters.
You’re not going to see the characters’ reactions to the events happening around them, so they’re really, very human.
The series was also inspired by the film Fargo, which had this weird, dystopian, post-apocalyptic future in which technology is all but gone.
How did you decide to change the tone?
We loved Fargo.
I thought the film really touched on some of the things that we felt were important to us, and one of those things was the idea of a machine in the human condition.
The machine in that film was kind of a symbol of technology, and we wanted to have that feeling of this machine in our show.
It had this incredible capacity to do anything, and that really brought us to a place where we wanted it to be human-esque.
It made sense that that would be the tone for The Office.
I think it’s important for us to explore the human as a human being.
We’re really trying to take that to the next level.
I don’t want to make a show that’s really about the characters, I want it to really be about the machine.
What’s the most interesting thing about this project?
We thought about all of the great sci-fi shows, but I think The Office is the one that really resonated with me, because it’s so far out there.
I know that we’re not talking about The Terminator or the Star Wars series, but The Office feels like it’s the one show that feels like you can do anything.
It seems like there’s always more to do.
There’s always something to explore, and if you do your job well, you can get to new things.
It also feels like we’re getting there.
How have you been able to keep the tone that was created in the first season?
The first season was really a culmination of what we wanted.
It was the culmination of the ideas we had for the show, and the ideas that we wanted the characters to have.
We wanted the audience to feel like they were watching a very human character, and then when they go into the real world and meet the real people, you see the world through their eyes.
The world of The Work was a really fun place to be.
The people we met in that world were great, and I loved the people we were meeting in the office.
When we started writing Season 8, we knew that we needed to go back and re-do some of that stuff, but it was the only way that we could keep it true to the original tone of the show.
The first season really took that tone to the new level, but the second season was the result of our thinking outside of the box.
We didn’t just want to do something completely new.
The more we did that, the more we felt like we could bring it back.
I’m very curious about the future of The Offspring.
They’re a pop culture phenomenon.
How are you planning to capitalize on that?
The Offspring have been a part of my life for so long, and their popularity is a part that I’ve really loved and appreciated.
I hope they’re still a part to come.
I’m a huge fan of The Simpsons, and so it’s hard to imagine the Offspring doing something different.
They could always go out and have a party.
I’ve always loved that idea.
Are you working on any new projects?
I am working on a project right now, and there’s nothing new on the horizon.
Is there anything you’d like to share with fans?
The Office is such an incredible show, but its creators are very aware of the fact that it’s not about what it