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Steve Carell says “its time for his character to go” on ‘The Office’

HollywoodNews.com: Steve Carell is “The Office.” He has built up a cult following over the past few years and now he has hinted on the red carpet for his latest film, “Despicable Me,” that this may be his last season.

He told E!, “I just think it’s time. When I first signed on I had a contract for seven seasons, and this coming year is my seventh. I just thought it was time for my character to go.” However, he does add that the show will go on and he thinks it will do just as well if not better.

He adds, “[This might] add some new life and some new energy to the show. I certainly didn’t anticipate any hubbub over it. I didn’t see it as a huge deal. [The writers] have incorporated so many new characters and so many new, great storylines that I have no doubt it’ll continue as strong if not stronger than ever.”

“The Office” will never be the same without Steve.

Will you still watch the show?

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