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Josh Groban Had Too Much To Drink And Stumbled Back To The Office
The Office has been an interesting subject of interest for me this season. I long ago wrote it off as must-see-TV due to its decline in quality and emphasis on zany antics over solid character stories, but I have seen something bordering on new vigor now that Greg Daniels is back at the helm and it has been decided Season 9 will be the last season of the series. Not everything has been fixed, but it’s rather difficult to paint over every mistake made in the last five years in a single season, but at least the effort is there. One mistake in particular that is being addressed is Andy’s brother, Walter Jr., who was introduced last season and was played by singer-actor Josh Groban.
When we first met Walter at the garden party held on Schrute Farms, he was quite clearly his parents’ favorite son and could seemingly do no wrong. Well, that idea is about to be tested. According to TV Guide, Groban will return, but this time he will be playing a different version of Walter. No longer the epitome of perfection, Walter will have fallen from grace, now a drunken disappointment. Does this mean his parents will now favor Andy? Or perhaps they do their best to make excuses for Walter’s behavior. And just what exactly caused him to go down hill so quickly?
I didn’t enjoy meeting Andy’s brother. He wasn’t a very strong character and I could have done without the tired plot of the younger, more-loved brother. Still, this is a chance to make the character more interesting. He’ll reappear in the Nov. 1 episode, “The Boat,” which I’m assuming will have something to do with a boat. Hopefully the writers will be able to craft a much more interesting story for these brothers and if not, well, then at least we won’t have to see Groban on the show again.