NBC's tentpole The Office saw a serious drop in the numbers last week when they aired the first Michael Scott-less episode, and even the presence of interim manager Deangelo Vickers, aka Will Ferrell, couldn't do much to slow the slide.

THR reported that the adult demo fell "17 percent after spiking last week for Steve Carell’s final episode." However, this may not be the most accurate stat because, as they mentioned, the show saw a big spike in their viewership for Carell's final episode (therefore, the numbers were probably low but not as bad as the 17% would suggest). Okay, enough with the boring stuff, let's get to this week's season finale and the loads of big names they've brought in for cameos.

Here's what we have to look forward to in the season 7 finale, entitled "Search Committee," as well as several clips from the ep.

Jim (John Krasinski) is in charge of interviewing potential new regional managers, some of which come from right inside Dunder Mifflin, including Andy (Ed Helms) and Darryl (Craig Robinson). Dwight (Rainn Wilson), of course, also tries to get back in consideration as well as the numerous guest-stars they've brought in...Jim Carrey, Ray Romano, Will Arnett, Catherine Tate, James Spader and, most excitingly, Ricky Gervais.












The Office season finale airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET.
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