SCRANTON IS ONLY A HUNDRED AND TWENTY MILES AWAY FROM PHILADELPHIA. @SteveCarell THIS WORKS. WHO WANTS IT MORE – @fxnetworks @nbc @netflix @hulu?? The bidding shall begin at five hundred million dollars. https://t.co/PWsgfnhaul
— Rob McElhenney (@RMcElhenney) June 28, 2019
Rob McElhenney of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has ignited a turf feud with Steve Carell after posting an Instagram video taunting "The Office" star from the Dunder Mifflin set. In response, Carell offered the olive branch of a crossover episode.
Carell tweeted a potential solution to the "blood feud": a crossover episode titled "It's Always Sunny in Scranton."
"Apparently this is Dunder Mifflin, I guess, where they shot 'The Office,'" he said. "I wasn't 100% sure of that. They're off the air." But they're gone now.
"Sorry, Carell." He captioned the post, "The bar inside Dunder Mifflin is now called Paddy's." "And now you got…" McElhenney said as he panned to "It's Always Sunny" co-stars Charlie Day and Danny DeVito.
McElhenney posted an Instagram video from the parking lot famous as the set of "The Office."
"The Office" will be leaving Netflix to find a new streaming home with NBC starting in 2021.” /> The turf loss extends further than just the set of Dunder Mifflin.
— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) June 28, 2019