The Office

office-companypicnic

The company picnic offers a chance for Michael (Steve Carell) to win back Holly and the Scranton branch to go for volleyball glory.

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office-dreamteam

Michael has to mediate a dispute within his new sales team. Meanwhile, trouble brews in the office when several employees take the term “casual” Fridays too loosely.

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10 major clients are moving over to the Michael Scott Paper Company, and the Dunder Mifflin looks to stop the bleeding by buying out MSPC.

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Dwight (Rainn Wilson) crosses over to Charles Miner’s (Idris Elba) way of doing business, and Michael (Steve Carell) looks to avenge the betrayal.

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office-dreamteam

Michael (Steve Carell) looks to assemble a team of stud salespeople that can make his company competitive in this epic double-dose of The Office.

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theoffice-newboss

Michael’s (Steve Carell) relationship with the new vice president (Idris Elba) becomes increasingly tense, as Michael finds an excuse to goof off even more than usual. Meanwhile, Pam (Jenna Fischer) faces the challenge of a new copier and Kelly (Mindy Kaling) develops a crush.

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Barack Obama was on Jay Leno recently but it was The Office that brought about change that we can believe in by bringing in new regional manager Charles Minor (Idris Elba). His no nonsense attitude is the perfect catalyst to set Michael Scott off, and set him off he did.

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The sporadically funny movie from Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore of ‘The Whitest Kids U’ Know’ proves the difficulty of transitioning from the world of sketch comedy to narrative filmmaking.

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The office park hosts a blood drive and the Scranton gang hosts a Valentine’s Day party for the single people in the office.

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I am aware that a new episode of The Office aired Thursday night, putting a two-episode distance between us and the show that began with the above clip. But I don’t care, because what you’re about to see inside is comedy gold.

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Michael (Steve Carell) takes his lecture circuit up to Nashua to see Holly (Amy Ryan). Angela (Angela Kinsey) takes her love of cats to a whole new level.

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Michael (Steve Carell) gets sent around to the other branches to explain how the Scranton branch has become so successful. Meanwhile, the new heads of the party planning committee, Jim (John Krasinski) and Dwight (Rainn Wilson), forget a birthday and get hell for it.

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office-stressrelief

In a special post-Superbowl show, Dwight (Rainn Wilson) fumbles a fire safety test, causing the Scranton gang to have to find a way to relax. They end up finding the root of their frustration, Michael Scott.

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The Office

Lines are drawn, blurred and tripped over in the first episodes of the season for The Office.

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Phyllis’ (Phyllis Smith) Moroccan-themed holiday party goes up in flames when Meredith’s (Kate Flannery) hair catches on fire and Michael (Steve Carell) is forced to deal with the accident.

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Michael (Steve Carell) has to spend a budget surplus of $4300 by the end of the day or lose the money all together.

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The Office: Frame Toby

Toby (Paul Lieberstein) is back and not everybody is thrilled by it, especially Michael (Steve Carell).

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The Office: Business Trip

Michael and a few members of the Scranton branch are sent to Winnipeg on a business trip and Jim notices the intrusive behavior of his fellow employees leading up to Pam’s return.

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The Office: Customer Survey

Dwight and Jim are shocked when they get the results of the annual customer survey report. Pam and Jim decide they want to spend every minute together using their bluetooth phones.

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Jenna Fischer in Blades of Glory

I’ve always said that I would love for Pam Beasley to come into my life and be my own personal home wrecker…

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