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— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 18, 2017Brilliant! Maybe there’s more gold to be mined there…[via: Entertainment Weekly]Want more stuff like this? Six minutes later, he updated with this:Wait, sorry. Like us on Facebook. — Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 18, 2017That was rapidly liked and shared by fans who celebrated with happy “Office” GIFs.*However* this is where the actor’s supervillain side shows. However, this should be a good lesson to NBC: Look at how many fans were thrilled at the idea of “The Office” returning. Or, as one fan called it, “what a toby move.”Others replied to Carell with angry “Office” GIFs, which also happened to perfectly suit the moment:@SteveCarellpic.twitter.com/Ktlkp0rTpG
— SHULI (@shalomshuli) January 18, 2017@SteveCarellpic.twitter.com/qfAYhJ1ASx
— Colin Young (@ColinYovng) January 18, 2017@SteveCarellpic.twitter.com/wDFZOscqxq
— Brandon Shaw (@Shawzyy) January 18, 2017@SteveCarellpic.twitter.com/jiGgp0LdhW
— Acestar (@acestarofficial) January 19, 2017@DiGiornoPizza@SteveCarell look at what you did pic.twitter.com/8hcjgvktZh
— trash (@jungwirthbaby) January 18, 2017And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you troll. “The Office” alum Steve Carell broke a lot of hearts — and, briefly, the Internet — with just two simple tweets.You probably heard the news yesterday that NBC is officially reviving “Will & Grace” for a 10-episode run. Around the same time as those reports, Carell tweeted this to his nearly 5 million followers:Breaking News: “The Office” returning to NBC. For once, Michael Scott got the job done right the first time. Posted January 19, 2017 by Gina CarboneDespicable Steve!

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