Steve Carell Meets Up with 'The Office' Co-star and More Star Snaps

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Steve Carell linked up with his former co-stars on The Office and shared a sneak peek into the wholesome moment camera. There's nothing we love more than our favorite Tv stars coming together every now and just serving good vibes.

Keep reading for all the details.

Steve Carell On 'The Office Ladies' Podcast

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The 60-year-old actor was the latest guest on co-stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey's Office Ladies podcast.

Jenna announced his arrival on the podcast by sharing a sweet picture featuring her, Angela, and Carell on Instagram as she wrote.

"...Listen wherever you get your podcasts! And, link in bio! It is everything you hope it will be. All the feels. Love you Steve."

Fans Are Going Wild

The picture, which has gathered over 500k likes, had fans going crazy over this rare spotting, as one person commented.

"Everybody stay calm. Everybody stay fu**ing calm!!!!!". Another fan who wanted more of the trio on the podcast quickly asked for more hours. "Thanks guys but one hour IS NEVER ENOUGH." An elated third wrote, "THE GANG IS BACK TOGETHER."

A Sweet Confession

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During the chat, the star spilled that he still carries a huge part of his character on The Office with him on other movie sets, especially as he stares into the camera often.

"I have never had a job where I didn't look into the camera at some point," he admitted. "Same for me!' Angela echoed in agreement. I actually had a director say, "Um, Angela. You just looked right down the barrel."

'The Office' Reboot

According to reports, fans have been clamoring for a reboot of The Office ever since the show drew its final curtains in 2013.

Come One, Come All

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However, director Paul Feig stated to news outlets a reunion would be nearly impossible unless the whole cast got on board.

"I know they’ve talked about trying to do a new Office. For me The Office is that cast. Steve Carell, John Krasinski, Rainn [Wilson], Jenna [Fischer] and the whole gang."

Painful Goodbye

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The actor had a lot to unpack on the pod with the ladies. Carell reflected on his exit from the show and how emotional shooting his final episode for the NBC series was.

Perfect Timing

While acknowledging the emotional part of the exit, he didn't fail to admit the timing was right on track.

"It was time for other characters to step to the forefront and other storylines to be pursued, I think it was the right .... The timing was right, I think for everybody but simultaneously there's just a sense of joy for me that we had experienced all of this and we were getting... I was getting a chance to take a lap with everybody."

Breaking Down The Last Two Episodes

The Despicable Me actor spoke at length about the set-up of the final two episodes.

"And the way those last two episodes were structured, it felt very rich to me to simultaneously be saying goodbye as Michael and us as friends in this moment of work together. But, yeah, it was a lot, it was a very emotional thing."

Wave Of Emotions

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Kinsey spoke about the emotional rollercoaster they all experienced in their final moments on set.

"It was just hitting us in waves I remember. We would laugh one minute and then be tearing up the next. But like you said, it was because we'd had such a good run, we'd had such a good time."

While Carell added, "Incredible, just incredible."

Carell Left The Lead Role For A Bit

The actor left the leading role in the series after seven seasons. His exit saw Ed Helm play the lead role in the series until he went to work on the third Hangover film.

Carell Returns

The actor, however, returned as Michael Scott in the series finale and ninth season in May 2013 titled "Finale", where he surprised fans by showing up at Dwight and Angela's wedding.

Keeping It Under Wraps

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John Krasinski explained how they kept his return under wraps from his co-stars and everyone else.

"It was so thrilling. We all just flat-out lied, I lied to Letterman I have to apologize to him for that at some point. It was just one of those things that we all vowed and had to protect. Look what happened — it was the best. The 'that's what she said' [throwback] was the perfect use of Steve."

Carell In The Finale

The actor didn't disappoint as he uttered Scott's famous line after Dwight was shocked at his presence.

"I can't believe you came," to which Scott replied emotionally, "That's what she said."

Mini Reunion In 2020

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Carell and Krasinki had a virtual reunion in 2020 and the show's 15th anniversary, where they spoke about how far they've come and the little beginnings of The Office.

Krasinki Was A Waiter

Krasinski, who was a waiter when he got his role on the show at 23, confessed he went back to his job after the pilot aired as he was sure the show wouldn't make it far.

No High Hopes

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He continued that everyone on set felt like he did about the show.

"I remember none of us had done anything huge."

Pretty Surprise

Carell added he still finds it surprising people watch the show after all these years.

'The Office'

Fans were welcomed into the world of Michael Scott and his colleagues at the Dunder Mifflin paper company in 2005. The show ran for nine seasons and enjoyed amazing followership.

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The comedy also starred Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute, Leslie David Baker as Stanley Hudson, Phyllis Smith as Phyllis Vance, Creed Bratton as Creed Bratton, Ellie Kemper as Erin Hannon, Ed Helms as Andy Bernard, Paul Lieberstein as Toby Flenderson.