Robert California, also known as Bob Kazamakis, is a popular guest character That appeared on the show ‘The Office’. The character is played by James Spader, an actor That is well known For his works and a big score to get on the show.
The character of Robert California was only supposed to be a one episode role but the producers called Spader and said they’d like to see more of the Robert California character in the show and Spader accepted.
He made his first appearance in the series seventh season finale, “Search Committee”, and was interviewed For the Scranton branch Manager position. In the season 8 premiere, “The List”, it is confirmed That Robert California was going to be on the show For an extended time and wow the audience with his intimidating and humorous remarks towards the other characters. The season eight finale, “Free Family Portrait Studio”, was the last time viewers saw Robert California in the series.
From a wine critic’s perspective, there are far too many innocuous, over-oaked, over-acidified, or over-cropped wines emerging from California. While those sins would not be a problem if the wines sold for under $20, many are in fact $75-$150. That’s appalling. — Robert M. Parker Jr.
What’s important in a cellar is having wines that have a broad range of drinkability, which California Cabernet does. Wines with a broad range of drinkability give you a lot of flexibility; they are the sort of wines that make me feel secure. I think of my wine cellar as security – if the apocalypse comes, I can just go down to the cellar. — Robert M. Parker Jr.
The smack of California earth shall linger on the palate of your grandson. — Robert Louis Stevenson
I was six months old at the time that I was taken, with my mother and father, from Sacramento, California, and placed in internment camps in the United States. — Robert Matsui
The premise of Nossiter in ‘Mondovino’ would have been a lot more accurate when I started writing about wine in 1978 than when the movie was made in 2003. When I started, I was enormously critical of California wines, and I thought the entire wine industry was on a real slippery slope. — Robert M. Parker Jr.
It’s fun to be in California. The police are kind of weird here. They ask you stupid questions. ‘Do you know why I pulled you over?’ Because I have pot in the glove compartment? — Robert Schimmel
I travelled to California when I was 18 and went to Los Angeles State College. — Robert Vaughn
In California in the early Spring, There are pale yellow mornings, when the mist burns slowly into day, The air stings like Autumn, clarifies like pain – Well, I have dreamed this coast myself. — Robert Hass
When we acquired California and New- Mexico this party, scorning all compromises and all concessions, demanded that slavery should be forever excluded from them, and all other acquisitions of the Republic, either by purchase or conquest, forever. — Robert Toombs
In Massachusetts they [Democratic politicians] steal, in California they feud, and in New York they lie. — Robert Kennedy
Shel Israel has been a diabetic for many years, jabbing his finger a few times every day to measure his blood sugar. Every six months he brings his glucose meter to his endocrinologist, who extracts and analyzes the data. His pharmacist recently informed him that a new California law requires him to share his data with them as well or his insurance coverage will be dropped, raising the monthly cost from about $8.25 to about $165. Who is behind this law? — Robert Scoble
Mr. Tyler acquired Texas by voluntary compact, and Mr. Polk California and New Mexico by successful war. — Robert Toombs
An environmental revolution is taking shape in the United States. This revolution has touched communities of color from New York to California and from Florida to Alaska – anywhere where African Americans, Latinos, Asians, Pacific Islanders, and Native Americans live and comprise a majority of the population. Collectively, these Americans represent the fastest growing segment of the population in the United States. They are also the groups most at risk from environmental problems. — Robert D Bullard
The minority who actually loves its work seems to be made up chiefly of the writers, dancers, actors and other artists, most scientists above the technician-troll level, computer freaks, and the righteous dope-dealers of California. — Robert Anton Wilson
Patagonia, a large apparel manufacturer based in Ventura, California, has organized itself as a ‘B-corporation.’ That’s a for-profit company whose articles of incorporation require it to take into account the interests of workers, the community, and the environment, as well as shareholders. — Robert Reich
They have a book of locations, and we would do a story about the Sahara Desert for instance, and in the California book you would find a comparable location, to match that location in California. — Robert Stack
On that long road to success, and I emphasize the word long, you will stumble. You have the choice of remaining on the ground or you can pick yourself up, and struggle again on that path that you hope will take you to the career or the success that you have dreamed of. Don’t give up, just persevere.” Justice Joyce Kennard Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court — Robert Cullen
Zorro also is part of the bandido tradition, most closely associated with the possibly mythical Joaquin Murrieta and the historical Tiburcio Vasquez. As well as these local California legendary figures, Zorro is an American version of Robin Hood and similar heroes whose stories blend fiction and history, thus moving Zorro into the timeless realm of legend. The original story takes place in the Romantic era, but, more important, Zorro as Diego adds an element of poetry and sensuality, and as Zorro the element of sexuality, to the traditional Western hero. Not all Western heroes are, as D. H. Lawrence said of Cooper’s Deerslayer, “hard, isolate, stoic, and a killer,” but in the Western genre the hero and villain more often than not share these characteristics. What distinguishes Zorro is a gallantry, a code of ethics, a romantic sensibility, and most significant, a command of language and a keen intelligence and wit. — Robert E. Morsberger
I went to California at a perfect time … when many of those people that I had admired so much in films were not working that much. They had free time on their hands to talk to … me, and they liked me because I knew so much about them. — Robert Osborne
All my life I’ve felt like somebody’s wife, or somebody’s mother or somebody’s daughter. Even all the time we were together, I never knew who I was. And that’s why I had to go away. And in California, I think I found myself. — Robert Benton
As an undergraduate at Columbia, I went to the engineering school. I had a great deal of training in engineering and mathematics as well as subdiversified training. And then I went to the California Institute of Technology to do my Ph.D. in applied math. — Robert C. Merton
If California ever developed a vineyard rating system, Saxum’s James Berry Vineyard would be classified as one of the best. — Robert M. Parker Jr.
My dad worked as an executive at Lockheed Aircraft and worked on the U-2 and things like that. My mother was a homemaker, and she was vice-president of the Democratic Council of California back in the ’50s. — Robert Englund
It was not possible to film in California, because all the areas are heavily built up now. Coming to Cape Town is an invitation to step into the past and recreate Los Angeles of the 1930s. — Robert Towne
Californias red-legged frogs are part of our historical, literary and cultural heritage, … It is critically important that we ensure that there will always be frogs jumping here in Calaveras County, and in other places, too. — Robert Stack
I had just arrived in New York from California. I was nineteen years old and excited beyond belief. I was an art student and an acting student and behaved as most young actors did – meaning that there was no such thing as a good actor, ’cause you yourself hadn’t shown up yet. — Robert Redford