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My Scranton Experience

May 26 '10

My Scranton Experience

Early in the spring semester I traveled to Pennsylvania to perform at the University of Scranton. In my short time there, I tried to take advantage of my close encounter with Jim, Pam, Dwight, Andy (or Drew) and yes of course...Michael Scott. Although I didn't bump into any of the stars of "The Office" (which I believe is actually filmed in CA), my imagination got the best of me as my driver from Enterprise described to me which parts of the show accurately reflect Scranton: There is a Poor Richard's Pub (but it's in a bowling alley), there is an Alfredo's Pizza - but there is no Pizza by Alfredo (or vice versa - we drove by whichever one was real), and there is a 'Scranton Welcomes You' sign. My driver drove out of our way to try to find it for me  - little did he know it is now on display in a mall in downtown Scranton. He didn't want me to tell his boss that he wasted time driving me all over town looking for the elusive sign...so... "Alonzo" (as we'll call you) - if you are reading this, our little secret is safe. And if Alonzo's boss is reading this - your employee, "Alonzo," who drove me all over town on Enterprise's time and gas, isn't actually "Jeremy."

Rumor has it this sign from the opening credits of "The Office" was a road hazard due to tourists' stopping by for pictures. It was uprooted from it's place on the highway and is on display in downtown Scranton at Steamtown Mall.

Apparently this famous sign from the opening credits of "The Office" was a road hazard due to tourists' stopping by for pictures. It was uprooted from its place on the highway and is on display in downtown Scranton at the Steamtown Mall.

This Office Store at Steamtown Mall was apparently closed. I couldn't tell if it was coming or going, but it looked more like it was on its way out. Everyone I asked about it didn't seem to know or care.

Performing at the University of Scranton.

Performing at the University of Scranton.

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