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Jack Black To Guest Star On 'The Office' Post-Super Bowl Episode

Jack Black has signed up for an office job.

NBC has announced that the comedian will be guest-starring in an episode slated to air after the Super Bowl.

The February 1 episode, titled 'Stress Relief', will follow the office staff as they try to secretly watch a bootlegged Hollywood film during the workday.

You guessed it, the 'movie' in the special hour-long episode will star Jack Black.

Other details, such as whether Black will directly interact with the cast, are being kept under wraps.

The time-slot following the Super Bowl is always a highly-rated event, and 'The Office' would have probably had its biggest ratings ever regardless, but the addition of Black to the mix makes it a sure thing.

UPDATE:

Jessica Alba (photosJessica Alba photos) will also be joining Jack Black in this episode.

December 16, 2008 |

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