We've seen a lot of intricate dances since the NFL relaxed their rules around touchdown celebrations. Players have taken viewers to Motown and the free-throw line, but Trey Quinn is the first to head to Scranton, PA.
The Redskins wide receiver busted out "The Scarn," the goofy line dance from The Office's fictional superspy created by bumbling boss Michael Scott, after scoring a touchdown on Thanksgiving Day. Steve Carell, who played both Scott on the beloved NBC comedy, was ecstatic to see Quinn meet new friends and tie that yarn.
Unfortunately, not even the leadership of Michael Scott could help the Redskins. They fell to the Cowboys by a final score of 23-31.
Lately, Carell's Twitter has been nothing but reactions to the wide reach of his much-loved sitcom. He also shared a video of the LSU marching band playing a perfect rendition of the long-running show's theme, complete with a spot-on recreation of the title card font.
He also shared a photo of Texans defensive end J.J. Watt wearing a hoodie for the fictional paper company at the heart of The Office.
Though he still clearly loves the show, Carell has no plans for a reboot. Carell doesn't believe the show would work if it aired today.
"Apart from the fact that I just don't think that's a good idea, it might be impossible to do that show today and have people accept it the way it was accepted 10 years ago. The climate's different,” he said in a recent interview with Esquire. "I mean, the whole idea of that character, Michael Scott, so much of it was predicated on inappropriate behavior. I mean, he's certainly not a model boss."