Steve Carell trolls Donald Trump as Jeff Bezos on 'Saturday Night Live'


"Like, you wouldn't have to do all those sad movies anymore".

"But I chose our new locations because they were ideal for growing business", Carrel went on.

"We can all catch up, get together, no cameras, just friends", he said.

"Everyone, except for the people who live there, and the people who live in all the places we didn't choose, is thrilled", Carrel said.

Lastly, Jenna Fischer, who played Pam Beesly/Halpert, brought up the final words Pam whispered to Michael as he was leaving for Denver (and the show!) for Holly.

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Carell reiterated that he didn't think a reboot would be "as good" as the original and that he didn't think it was a good idea - even when Kemper told him she "needed that money".

It's a really amusing bit (Fischer especially nails it) that nods to the amount of money to be made via such a reboot, and Carell's reactions are spot-on-even his wife Nancy Carell (who played Carol on The Office) gets in on the fun.

Thanks to Steve Carell's Saturday Night Live opening monologue, fans of The Office were treated to a mock Q&A where he was asked about a potential reboot by his fellow former Office cast members.

"We think you should probably do the show", she said from the audience, sitting with the couple's two children.

So, did he end up announcing the reboot that literally everyone wants?