‘The Office': Angela Kinsey Doesn’t Hesitate Saying Toby Is Still an Abject Failure 6 Years Later (Video)

Why is he the way that he is?

Last Updated: October 18, 2019 @ 8:40 AM

Angela Kinsey will say it: Toby Flenderson (Paul Lieberstein) from NBC’s “The Office” is still a total loser all these years later.

On Thursday’s “Watch What Happens Live,” Kinsey and her best friend/podcast partner Jenna Fischer weighed in on Chrissy Teigen’s Twitter poll about where Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Fisher) are as a couple today. Bravo host Andy Cohen then asked the actresses for their thoughts on the other characters from the American version of Ricky Gervais’ iconic UK sitcom.

The best one was about Toby.

“Did Toby find success as an author in New York?” Cohen posed.

“No! No!” Kinsey quickly and confidently responded.

Yeah, that checks out.

Watch the video above, and remember the hilarious and horrible relationship between Toby and Michael Scott (Steve Carell) via the video below.

All that animosity was so perfectly one-sided.

“It has been 10 years since Jim and Pam got married,” Teigen asked her sizable Twitter following on Sunday. “Do you think they are still together, separated, divorced or open marriage?”

Seventy percent of her respondents chose “Together,” which Teigen wasn’t so sure about — at least, not initially.

“I think they’re together but Philly Jim likes a taste of the high life and bottle service with athletes and Pam still can’t figure out her phone so he never has to answer FaceTimes and he never gets caught,” she posted on the social media site. “Pam is unhappy but content with their income and children so she’s like whatever and draws things for Etsy like cozy home signs (wait is this me).”

Teigen had questions about other characters too, something Cohen ran with.

Fischer and Kinsey are doing an “Office” re-watch podcast together, titled “Office Ladies.” Read more about the Stitcher project here.

“The Office” ran for nine seasons on NBC from 2005 to 2013.

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