Steve Carell's Michael Scott is saying goodbye to Dunder Mifflin — and the employees he's managed (and mortified) over the years. Trae Patton/NBC Universal hide caption

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Michael Scott: So Long, Loser (We'll Really Miss You)

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Bullwinkle DVD: Take A Trip In The Wayback Machine

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'The Office' Says Goodbye To Steve Carell

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Couric's Farewell Isn't The End: How To Save News

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In Treme, Annie (Lucia Micarelli), Sonny (Michiel Huisman), John Boutte and Paul Sanchez perform at the Spotted Cat. Paul Schiraldi/HBO hide caption

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New Orleans Poet Sets Character Of HBO's 'Treme'

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Melissa Leo plays Toni Bernette, a lawyer juggling red tape and problems at home, in Treme. Paul Schiraldi/Paul Schiraldi Photography hide caption

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This Weekend, HBO Has Something For Everyone

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A New 'Doctor Who' Tries To Make Peace With Its Impatient Stateside Fans

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A supporter of Donald Trump holds his hand on his chest while singing the national anthem at the 2011 Palm Beach County Tax Day Tea Party on April 16, 2011 in Boca Raton, Florida. John W. Adkisson/Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump Is Thinking About Running For President ... Or Maybe Not

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Ernie Kovacs died after he lost control of his car on Santa Monica Boulevard on January 13, 1962. AP Photo hide caption

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Ernie Kovacs: The King Of Early Television Comedy

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