Rainn Wilson’s “100%” Condemns Bryan Cranston’s “Office” Catastrophic “Deathbus” Episode


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Rainn Wilson, inset. NBC’s “The Office” “Work Bus” episode scene.Dominik Bindl / WireImage; NBC

  • Rainn Wilson considered Bryan Cranston’s involvement in the “Workbus” episode of “Office.”

  • Clanston, who directed the episode, revealed that a problem during the shoot was causing carbon monoxide to be inhaled into the cast.

  • No one was actually injured, but Wilson joked that the cast “100%” blamed Clanston for the accident.

Rainn Wilson participated in the “Work Bus” episode of his episode director, “The Office.” Bryan Cranston recentlyJokingly, the beloved comedy star says he’s “100% blaming” Clanston for his blunder.

Wilson spoke with insiders at the red carpet premiere of his new movie, Jerry & Marge Go Large (starring Clanston and Annette Bening in the title role), and repeated the situation: Leading to an almost fatal accident..

“Brian directed the episode of’Workbus’. It was 110 degrees in the San Fernando Valley. He hooked the air conditioner behind the bus and cooled it further,” Wilson recalls. “But they weren’t thinking about the fact that the exhaust was recycled, potentially poisoning us and knocking us out.”

Clanston previously revealed that no one was injured during the shoot ( Star Jenna Fischer), Wilson jokingly told the insider that Fisher had “thrown” his shoes, and Ellie Kemper had “fallen into a coma” because of the incident.

“We’re completely blaming Bryan Cranston 100%,” Wilson said of the reaction of the “office” cast to the accident.

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Jenna Fischer as Pam Harpert in the “Work Bus” episode of “The Office”.Chris Huston via Getty Images / NBCU Photo Bank / NBC Universal

In the episode Fictitious Dunder Mifflin Paper Company employee I work on the bus while fumigation is taking place in the office.

Cranston recently I talked about a near disaster In the June episode of “Late Show with Stephen Colbert”.

“They didn’t expect the freezing system intakes to line up exactly where the bus tailpipes were,” Cranston told Colbert. “So the bus exhaust was heading towards the air intake and it was cooling it.”

He said Fisher warned him of the situation: “She said,” I smell the exhaust, it’s coming in the bus. “

Clanston admitted that he did not believe in Fisher until he investigated the situation himself. “I got a chair, stood on it, stabbed it in my nose, and I’m sure it was swelling,” he said. “It was carbon monoxide.”

“I wasn’t sure, so the second breeze blew. A little more breeze, dizzy, and I realized,’Oh my god, maybe everyone was dead,'” Clanston continued.

In their book, The Office BFFs: Tales of the Office from Two Best Friends Who Were There, Fischer, who played Pam at the show, and Angela Kinsey, who played Angela, He also talked about a memorable shooting experience. What they called the “Deathbass” episode. They remembered two near-death experiences during the shoot. First, the chaotic stunt driving caused the cast and all its props to overlap each other. Then there was the problem with the air conditioner.

“The intake hose of the portable air conditioner unit was right next to the exhaust pipe of the bus,” Fisher wrote. Every Mashable.. “So the hose was sucking in the exhaust and blowing it straight into the sunroof of the bus. We were all slowly poisoned. In fact, it wasn’t that slow.”

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