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The Truth About Rainn Wilson Blames Bryan Cranston for Catastrophic ‘office’ Episode!

Bryan Cranston, who directed the “Work Bus” episode of “The Office,” recently commented on the episode, and Rainn Wilson responded, joking that the cast of the adored sitcom “100% blame” Cranston for the calamity.

Wilson reaffirmed the events that nearly resulted in a fatal accident at the red carpet premiere of his new movie, “Jerry & Marge Go Large,” which stars Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening in the lead roles.

“The “Work Bus” episode was directed by Bryan. When the temperature in the San Fernando Valley reached 110 degrees, they connected an air conditioner to the bus’s back to provide us with additional cooling “Wilson said. But they failed to consider the possibility that the exhaust would recycle, perhaps poison us, and render us unconscious.

Wilson sarcastically told Insider that Fischer “threw up” on his shoes and Ellie Kemper “fell into a coma” as a result of the incident, despite Cranston earlier revealing that no one was hurt while filming (due to the fast thinking of actor Jenna Fischer).

The Truth About Rainn Wilson Blames Bryan Cranston for Catastrophic 'office' Episode

Regarding the “Office” cast’s response to the incident, Wilson made the joke, “We fully 100% blame Bryan Cranston.”

In the episode, workers at the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company board a bus and travel to their place of employment while the office is being fumigated.

On a June edition of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” Cranston recently discussed the close call.

According to Cranston, “They didn’t think that the intake for the refrigeration system was perfectly aligned up to where the exhaust of the bus was.” “As a result, the bus’s exhaust was directly cooling the intake.”

According to him, Fischer informed him of the problem when she said, “I smell exhausted, it’s coming into the bus.”

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Cranston acknowledged that before conducting his investigation, he had trouble believing Fischer. He claimed, “I got a chair, stood up on the thing, stuck my nose up there, and sure enough it was blowing down. Carbon monoxide was the cause.

“I gained another wind since I wasn’t sure. I took more, became quite lightheaded, and suddenly realized, “Oh my God, we could have all been dead,” Cranston went on.

The Truth About Rainn Wilson Blames Bryan Cranston for Catastrophic 'office' Episode

Fischer, who played Pam on the show, and Angela Kinsey, who played Angela, both talked about the remarkable experience of filming what they called the “Death Bus” episode in their book, “The Office BFFs: Tales of The Office from Two Best Friends Who Were There.”

During the filming, they talked about two close calls. The cast and all of their equipment fell on top of one another due to erratic stunt driving in the first place. Then there was the problem with the air conditioning.

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According to Fischer’s report to Mashable, “the portable air conditioner’s INTAKE hose was exactly close to the EXHAUST pipe on the bus.” “As a result, the bus’s sunroof was being directly filled with exhaust thanks to that hose. We were all progressively being poisoned. Or perhaps not so gradually.”

Rainn Wilson on His New Comedy

Jerry & Marge Go Large, which debuts on Friday, June 17, exclusively on Paramount+, stars Rainn Wilson as Bill Madres. The incredible true story of retiree Jerry Selbee served as the basis for the movie.

The Truth About Rainn Wilson Blames Bryan Cranston for Catastrophic 'office' Episode

JERRY & MARGE GO LARGE is based on the incredible true account of retired man Jerry Selbee (Cranston), who, with the assistance of his wife Marge (Bening), finds a mathematical error in the Massachusetts lottery and wins millions of dollars, using the funds to revitalize their little Michigan town.

The Office’s Dwight Schrute is the actor’s best-known television character. The Meg, Super, Mom, Utopia, Don’t Tell a Soul, Blackbird, Cooties, Six Feet Under, and My Super Ex-Girlfriend are just a few of her other noteworthy credits.

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