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'The Office' to highlight recycling
Series is one of many that will tackle environmental issues during NBC's Green Week.
Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 03:56 PM
Photo courtesy of "The Office."
NBC's 7th "Green Week
" of eco-themed programming kicks off this Sunday, and the network has big plans for more than 40 television and digital properties across the company.
As mentioned earlier
, the big event will be Brian Williams' exclusive (and rare) hour-long interview with Britain's Prince Charles. Immediately following will be the premiere of the documentary "Harmony", which details the prince's efforts to combat climate change and find innovative solutions to the global environmental crisis.
This year, Al isn't slated to appear — though Liz Lemon apparently will crack a few green jokes. "The Office" will feature boss Michael Scott encouraging recycling and Dwight "penning a poem to Mother Earth."
In addition, shows like “Chase,” “Law and Order,” “Undercovers" and Parenthood" will also be getting some green themes.
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