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By john_regrut:
A mediocre paper company in the hands of Scranton, PA branch manager Michael Scott. This mockumentary follows the everyday lives of the manager and the employees he "manages." the crew follows the employees around 24/7 and captures their quite humerous and bizarre encounters as they will do what it takes to keep the company thriving..
By mystic80:
A remake of the hit 2001 BBC TV series The Office (2001), this is a mockumentary that documents the exploits of a paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Made up of head chief Michael Scott, a harmlessly deluded and ignorantly insensitive boss who cares about the welfare of his employees while trying to put his own spin on company policy. With an office including the likes of various peers who have their own hangups, The Office (2005) takes a look at the lives of its co-workers: bored but talented salesman Jim, his mildly sociopathic, butt kissing enemy Dwight, mildly righteous receptionist Pam, and indifferent temp Ryan.
By Anonymous:
In a special one hour Christmas episode, Michael sends out an inappropriate Christmas Card which lands him in hot water with his girlfriend Carol. Meanwhile tensions mount on the party planning committee between Angela, Pam and Karen. The resulting tension leave the office with two competing Christmas parties.
By NBC Publicity:
In Tallahassee, Dwight and Packer compete to become Nellie's VP, and Jim gets an unwelcome visitor in his room. Meanwhile, Andy makes everyone in the office stay late to cover for the people that went to Florida.
By NBC Publicity:
Andy invites the entire office to his community theater production of Sweeney Todd in hopes that Erin will attend. Michael tries to put his jealousy aside and enjoy the performance while Jim and Pam struggle with their incompetent babysitter.
By Anonymous:
Michael returns from his Jamaican vacation healthy and revitalized, but it is short lived as a saucy photograph from his vacation begins circulating around the office. Meanwhile, Jim and Karen have an argument and Pam is caught right in the middle of it.
By Anonymous:
Michael is being considered for a position in corporate, but also plans a day of "Survivor" like competitions while the office workers visit Lake Scranton. Pam is not asked to join in on any of the competitions and is forced to sit and watch Jim and Karen have fun.
By murielirvin:
Since Phyllis is holding a bachelorette party in the office, Michael decides to hold a bachelor party in the warehouse downstairs. He assigns Jim to find a stripper for the women while he and Ryan are out finding dirty tricks for the bachelor party. Instead, Jim hires a Ben Franklin scholar for the women to enjoy. The bachelor party doesn't go as planned because none of the men want to participate with the stripper except Michael, who quickly feels uncomfortable because he has a girlfriend. Meanwhile, upstairs, Pam and Karen share a small conversation, during which Karen questions Pam about her feelings for Jim. With the ending of the bachelorette party, Ben Franklin hits on Pam and has an intense game of Ben Franklin trivia with Dwight.
By NBC Publicity:
Pam and Jim work on their first sales pitch together to Donna, the manager of a local restaurant. But Michael keeps misreading the signals she's putting out. Meanwhile, Dwight encourages Kelly to try out for the minority training program.
By Anonymous:
It is time for the first Dunder Mifflin camaraderie event for the year and Michael decides to set his motivational speech on a mandatory, late night booze cruise. On board, Jim is absolutely devastated when Roy finally asks Pam to set a date for the wedding.
By Anonymous:
Jan comes into the Scranton Branch to give all the female employees a group seminar on women in the workplace. Upset that he is not allowed in on the proceedings, Michael takes all the men of Dunder Mifflin down into the warehouse for some "guy time" with the warehouse workers. Pam is offered a chance to pursue her dreams of drawing and Roy confronts Jim about his feelings for Pam.
By James Hake:
When Michael finds out that Karen, now the regional manager at the Dunder Mifflin Utica branch, is taking Stanley, he devises a plan to take Dwight and trick Jim into driving to the Utica branch and dressing up as warehouse workers to steal their industrial machine. Meanwhile back at the office, Pam, Oscar, and Toby created the Finer Things Club which is a book club, which Andy and others want to access to.
By James Hake:
When asked by Ryan to be a guest speaker at his business school, Michael is honored and is very excited about it. But while there, a very rude remark about Dunder Mifflin makes Michael mad and he takes it out on the class and Ryan. Meanwhile Dwight finds a bat in the office and tries to solve the problem all while Jim tricks Dwight into thinking he is turning into a vampire.
By NBC Publicity:
After reading an article about China growing as a global power, Michael decides China must be stopped before they take over the US. Everyone in the office complains about Dwight's building standards and Pam threatens to move Dunder Mifflin to a new building.
By NBC Publicity:
Pam and Jim's baby, Cece, gets Christened and Michael invites the entire office to celebrate.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael could not be happier when Toby has to take a leave of absence and corporate sends Holly Flax to cover for him. Pam is forced to do a second Christmas party after Michael wants the party to be on the day Holly returns to Scranton. Meanwhile, Jim regrets agreeing to a snowball fight with Dwight.
By James Hake:
Michael, Dwight, Jim, Karen, and Jan all go to Dunder Mifflins CFOs party, while their, Michael spills out that they have an interest together which doesn't go well for Jan for making their relationship public. Meanwhile the rest of the office go to Poor Richards and while Pam wants to start a fresh and new relationship with Roy, when he finds out about Pam and Jim's kiss, he gets very aggressive!
By NBC Publicity:
When Darryl takes an idea to corporate over his head, Michael freaks out. Everyone in the office is in a competitive mood as the Halloween costume contest gets underway. Meanwhile, Pam tries to get the truth out of Danny about their dating history.
By NBC Publicity:
Corporate assigns Michael to counseling with Toby. Dwight vows revenge on the Steamtown Mall after a shop owner snubs him. Meanwhile, Pam conspires to change her job title.
By Anonymous:
Dwight learns that Darryl is working at Jim's company. Dwight decides to teach everyone about company loyalty. Erin is flirting with Pete, and Nellie feels she is the one that pushed them together. Cece has a dance recital and Jim misses it.
By Anonymous:
When Michael imitates a Chris Rock comedy routine, many people in the office are offended, prompting corporate to send in a sensitivity worker to give the Scranton office a diversity training day. When Michael is dissatisfied with the training, he creates his own diversity course ("Diversity Tomorrow"). Meanwhile, Jim loses one of his big commissions for the year.
By NBC Publicity:
Dwight tries to help the office's efficiency by installing a Doomsday device that will get them all fired if they make too many mistakes.
By NBC Publicity:
Jim and Pam are out of excuses so they have no choice but to go out with Michael and Helene. Meanwhile, Dwight is strangely doing nice things for everyone in the office.
By Anonymous:
When Dwight finds half a joint in the Dunder Mifflin parking lot, he puts on his Volunteer Sheriff's uniform and launches a full investigation -- prompting Michael to ask for an unusual favor. Pam playfully issues a challenge to Jim and he does his best to follow through with it.
By Brock A. Zimmerman (originally www.officetally.com):
There's a new boss in town - Much to the dismay of Michael and many of the employees, Ryan return to the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin to bring the company into the digital age. Angela is still upset about her cat.
By Anonymous:
Michael and Holly are forced to question the future of their relationship after she is transferred out of Scranton. Dwight gets on Andy's nerves by pretending to be interested in his alma mater. Pam and Jim have an awkward lunch with his brothers.
By jgp3553@yahoo.com:
When Michael discovers that corporate has brought back Toby to replace Holly, he tries to frame him with drugs to get him fired. Meanwhile, Jim surprises Pam by buying his parents' house, and Pam files a secret complaint about the microwave.
By Brock A. Zimmerman (originally www.officetally.com):
The run for the cure-special one-hour premiere - A freak accident causes Michael to feel the office is cursed. He explores the religious beliefs of his employees before deciding to hold a charity 5K fun run. Meanwhile, further developments in the romances of Pam and Jim, and Dwight and Angela are explored.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael decides to propose to Holly.
By NBC Publicity:
Andy decides to throw a garden party to impress Robert California. Dwight researches how to host a garden party and thinks he has made it a very classy event. Meanwhile, Andy's parents and brother attend but make him feel self-conscious.
By NBC Publicity:
Andy makes a life altering decision and drives across the country to get Erin. Meanwhile, Nellie shows up in Scranton and tries to claim the manager position.
By Anonymous:
Andy (Ed Helms) decides to motivate and inspire everyone by taking them on a field trip to Gettysburg. Some people in the office stay behind and Robert California (two-time Emmy Award winner James Spader) asks them to come up with Dunder Mifflin/Sabre's next big idea.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael, about to leave for Colorado, wants a day without drama to say his goodbyes to each co-worker. Deangelo and Andy scramble to keep Michael's biggest clients.
By James Hake:
The day has come, it is Toby's last day at the office as he leaves to go to Costa Rica. Michael is super excited that Toby is leaving and makes the party extra special. But Toby's replacement Holly Flax, is now the new crush of Michael, which means Michael has to act nice towards Toby, and Michael finds out some interesting news. While Jim uses this night to propose to Pam, someone else proposes. Back at corporate, Ryan gets arrested for Fraud because he was recording sales twice from the website and offices to deceive Dunder Mifflins shareholders.
By Anonymous:
When former Dunder Mifflin regional manager and Michael's old boss Ed Truck is killed in a car accident, Michael finds it hard to deal with his death and insists that the entire staff of the Scranton branch have a grief counseling session. Meanwhile at the Stamford Branch, Jim and Karen go on a hunt for a brand of chips their vending machines were sold out of.
By Anonymous:
When Michael is forced to pick a low-grade health care plan for his employees, he tells Dwight to do it for him. When Dwight chooses an extraordinarily bad plan for the Scranton Branch, the workers complain and Michael hides in his office, not wanting to face the wrath of his employees.
By NBC Media:
It's Halloween in the office and Andy invites his college a cappella group to perform, which leads to a confrontation with his frenemy Broccoli Rob. Meanwhile, Dwight finds evidence that a madman is loose in the office and tries to track him down, and the first meeting of Jim's new job causes a fight with Pam.
By James Hake:
When a purse saleswoman enters the office to sell her purses, she gets declined, but when Michael lays his eyes upon her, he decides she can stay at the office and sell her purses to the workers there. But not only Michael has his eyes on her, other employees and Jim look to share a date with her too.
By Brock A. Zimmerman:
Dwight takes new full-timer Ryan (B.J. Novak, who also wrote the episode) out on his first sales call, but he puts the novice through a series of demanding tests and challenges, not to mention an unnecessary excursion to the Schrute family beet farm. Meanwhile, Michael is ordered by corporate to log his work activity; and Jim tries to adapt to life at the Stamford branch.
By Adam:
Dwight decides he wants to get his relationship with Ryan off on the right foot, having gotten along so badly with Jim. But he can't resist the temptation to initiate Ryan into his twisted world as an adventure ensues at the Schrute beet farm. Meanwhile, Jan decides to do something about Michael's lack of motivation, but chooses the worst possible day to have Pam monitor his productivity as Free Pretzel Day at the office park brings efficiency to a standstill, and gets Stanley more excited than anything else ever has.
By NBC Publicity:
After Jim returns from jury duty, Dwight questions him on every detail of his case. Meanwhile, Angela and the senator welcome their new baby.
By NBC Publicity:
It's Halloween and the office plans a "Haunted House" for the children in the community. And at an important business meeting, Michael falls into a koi pond.
By NBC Publicity:
After Robert California reveals that he hates Nellie's business plan, Jim tries to save Dwight from being fired. Meanwhile, Andy learns that Erin isn't coming back to Scranton.
By Brock A. Zimmerman (originally www.officetally.com):
The Dunder Mifflin Infinity website is launching and Michael is excited about going to the big launch party in New York while Angela plans a satellite party for the Scranton branch. Meanwhile, Dwight competes against the website to see who can sell the most paper in one day.
By James Hake:
When Dunder Mifflins new website is launched, Dwight makes it his goal to beat the computer all while getting pranked by Jim and Pam thinking the computer is talking to him. While Michael thinks he got invited to the launch party in New York, he gets upset when he wasn't and decides to ramp up the launch party happening in the Scranton building by getting items including pizza. But when Michael misunderstood a coupon for the pizza he forces the pizza man to stay at the office. All while Andy tries to get with Angela since Dwight and Angela broke it off.
By rydanlav25:
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ADVERTISING - When the Scranton branch is asked to participate in a Dunder Mifflin ad, Michael seizes his chance to exhibit his creativity. Meanwhile, Dwight explores the online world of Second Life.
By NBC Publicity:
After the warehouse guys win the lotto and quit, everyone in the office dreams of what it would be like to win big. Andy and Darryl search for new warehouse employees while Jim, Erin, Dwight and Kevin get a taste of warehouse life.
By Anonymous:
It is Michael's birthday and he begins making special demands of everybody in the office, and he is met with a chilly reception. Unbeknown to him, Kevin is waiting to hear the results of a test to determine whether or not he has skin cancer. In an effort to help, Jim and Pam sneak out of the office to buy Kevin an assortment of goodies to try and make him feel better.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael trains Deangelo to take over the job of hosting the Dundie Awards.
By NBC Publicity:
Robert California brings his wife into the office to find her a job. Meanwhile, Dwight opens a gym in the building.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael's world is rocked by troubling rumors about Dunder Mifflin. He forces the office into a day of strange diversions, upsetting Jim and leading others to wonder if Michael has gone insane. Meanwhile, Andy finds that his chief obstacle in courting Erin is his own awkwardness.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael refuses to fire the new office assistant after everyone complains about his bad attitude. Andy plays it cool after Erin shows interest in another man. Meanwhile, Pam tries to impress Jim by pulling an office prank of her own.
By NBC Publicity:
When the sales staff lets Sabre's new "sales is king" policy get to their heads, Michael hides their new, prized leads.
By NBC Publicity:
It's Valentine's Day in the Office and the public displays of affection between Michael and Holly are making everyone uncomfortable. The aftermath of a bottomless champagne lunch causes complications for Jim and Pam. After Gabe designs a romantic treasure hunt for Erin, Andy tags along.
By NBC Publicity:
Pregnant Pam recruits Dwight to prove that Jim finds the office's pretty new temp attractive. Meanwhile, Robert California shocks Andy, Darryl, and Kevin when he asks to join their band.
By Anonymous:
It's performance review time at Dunder Mifflin and it is up to Michael Scott to evaluate his employees to determine if any pay increases or bonuses are necessary. Jan from corporate is also coming into review him and, since it will be his first time seeing her face-to-face since their encounter in the Chilli's parking lot, Michael begins asking his employees for their advice regarding his relationship with Jan. Meanwhile, a suggestion box is opened at the Scranton branch so that employees can express their suggestions in improving the branch, with disastrous results.
By Anonymous:
The time has come: Phyllis Lapin is finally getting married. At the ceremony, Dwight vows to protect the celebration from any wedding crashers, while Pam begins reminiscing about her own wedding plans. Meanwhile, Phyllis herself regrets giving her fiancée, Bob Vance, an important job that was actually meant for Michael.
By Anonymous:
Michael Scott is the regional manager of Dunder Mifflin, a failing paper supply firm in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Also working there are Dwight Schrute (assistant to the regional manager), Jim Halpert, a salesman and Pam Beesly, the receptionist. It is Ryan Howard's first day as a temporary worker and Michael makes a day of showing him the ropes of the office. Meanwhile, Michael's boss, Jan Levinson-Gould, visits from corporate in New York City to tell him that his branch may be downsized.
By jgp3553@yahoo.com:
Robert throws a party for the Dunder Mifflin staff at his house before he puts it on the market because his divorce. At the party, Erin and Dwight agree to flirt with each other to make Andy jealous, and Jim tries in vain to duck out early.
By NBC Publicity:
When Sabre comes in to take over Dunder Mifflin, Michael struggles to accept Sabre's new policies. Pam and Jim have an interview for a local daycare they really want to get into. Andy and Erin work on a welcome song for Sabre as Erin waits for Andy to ask her out.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael is forced to face the music after he realizes he can't keep a promise he made to a group of kids 10 years ago. Meanwhile, Jim starts an employee of the month program to increase employee morale.
By NBC Publicity:
Jim heads a search committee that interviews candidates, including Andy and Darryl. Dwight tries to get back in the race.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael is outraged when Jim allows Phyllis to be Santa at the office Christmas party. Jim and Dwight try to get everyone into the holiday spirit despite the uncertainty with Dunder Mifflin. Meanwhile, Oscar has a secret crush.
By NBC Publicity:
Andy pulls out all the stops to give Erin a memorable Secretary's Day. Michael reluctantly takes Erin out to lunch and lets slip about Andy's relationship with Angela. Meanwhile, Oscar circulates a viral video he created that compares Kevin's voice to Sesame Street's Cookie Monster.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael, believing he has herpes, contacts all his ex-girlfriends, including Jan and Holly. Andy tries to play on Erin's compassionate side by holding a sex education meeting for the office.
By Bernie:
The staff uses the steps when the elevator is being fixed. Documentary reviews are released, hinting at a sex scandal. The senator tells the press he is gay and his chief of staff is his love. Pam & Jim have a marriage counselor appointment.
By Anonymous:
Michael goes on a survival adventure into the woods - with nothing except the suit on his back - in retaliation of not getting an invite to a similar party from corporate. Back at the office, there is a birthday going on while Jim tries to revolutionize the party.
By LA41:
A routine office day is changed when children come to Dunder Mifflin for "Take Your Daughter to Work Day." Michael is surprised when he strikes up a friendship with the five-year old daughter of his sworn enemy, Toby. Pam is desperate to befriend her colleagues' offspring and a misunderstanding puts Ryan under Stanley's thumb
By NBC Publicity:
After Dwight and his team arrive in Tallahassee, Dwight competes with his Dunder Mifflin coworkers to impress Sabre special projects president, Nellie Bertram. Back in Scranton, Andy avoids being manager when several people in the office demand raises.
By NBC Publicity:
Dwight prepares a theatrical presentation to impress Nellie at the Sabre Store opening. In Scranton, Andy shows up to work with an embarrassing injury.
By James Hake:
Since the rumors of downsizing have occurred in the Scranton branch, Dwight thinks its best to secretly partner with Jim to have each others backs on it, while Jim takes this as an opportunity to have this as one of his pranks against Dwight.
By Anonymous:
A wealthy investor shows and interest in buying-out Dunder Mifflin and, while he visits the Scranton branch, Michael and the office workers go full out in order to impress him. During the visit, Michael reminisces on the good times he has had during his time in the office.
By NBC Media:
Andy must man up when his Dad blows all the family money. When Dwight is interviewed on local radio, Jim and the office torture him with bizarre call-ins. Meanwhile, Kevin discovers a secret about Oscar, and struggles to keep it, while Oscar's fate hangs in the balance.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael is surprisingly cheerful after learning some bad news about Donna. The new parents, Pam and Jim, have trouble staying awake in the office. Meanwhile, Angela takes matters into her own hands when Dwight refuses to honor their contract.
By Brian:
Michael and Dwight attend an industry convention where they are reunited with Jan, Jim and his new boss, Josh. As Michael struggles with fear that Jim transferred just to get away from him, Jim and Pam continue to work and live away from each other.
By Brock A. Zimmerman:
With Dwight in tow, Michael heads to Philadelphia for an important office-supply convention. After meeting with Jan, Michael plans to spread brotherly love by having a party in his room for fellow confectioners. Meanwhile, Ryan goes out on a double date---with none other than gabby Kelly.
By Brock A. Zimmerman:
An office power play ensues when ultra-serious Angela, offended by Michael's various antics and his inefficient leadership, leans heavily on Dwight to make a push for Michael's job. Meanwhile, Pam puts on a lunchtime fashion show; and Jim's attempts to play a video game turn deadly---in a virtual sense.
By Seth Christenfeld:
Dwight, believing that he can do a better job of running Dunder-Mifflin Scranton than Michael, attempts a coup. Meanwhile, Jim is repeatedly killed by his Stamford coworkers while playing all-office deathmatches in the computer game Call of Duty.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael suspects Donna is cheating on him and puts P.I. Dwight Schrute on the case. Meanwhile, Andy is frustrated when no one takes his customer's complaint seriously.
By NBC Publicity:
Pam's contractions begin but she and Jim are determined to wait it out as long as possible so they can have more time at the hospital. Meanwhile the rest of the office tries to distract Pam from the pain with food and entertainment.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael anxiously waits for Pam and Jim's baby to be born. Back at the office, Erin makes Andy jealous when she has lunch with Kevin.
By James Hake:
Michael and Jan go to New York to since Jan sued Dunder Mifflin over her termination thinking it was her breast implants that caused it. Michael is an accomplice and things go awry when different scenarios arise such as the photo Michael took of Jan on their Christmas break showing they had a relationship earlier then announced. Meanwhile back at Scranton, over numerous losses against Darryl in ping-pong over Jim, Kelly has been smack talking Pam and to get rid of this problem Pam wants Jim to practice and do a rematch against Darryl.
By James Hake:
The time comes for the annual Dundies Awards to award everyone in the office with their fine work with odd categories. Created my Michael, he is overly excited for it while everyone else couldn't care less. Michael sends Pam to look at highlights from the past Dundies while preparing to have this years Dundies as Chili's.
By NBC Publicity:
After a rousing motivational speech, Robert California challenges the office to double their sales. After the new manager promises the unthinkable, everyone in the office suddenly gets motivated to sell. Meanwhile, Pam finds an unlikely pregnancy friend.
By Lucan Reynolds:
Michael, being Michael Scott, overreacts to an 'injury' he has. This steers everyone away from realising that Dwight is the one with a more serious injury. No matter how ill or injured you are though, if you call shotgun, you get the front seat, no matter what...at least according to Michael.
By Anonymous:
One morning, Michael clamps his foot onto a George Foreman Grille, thus "injuring" his foot. Dwight volunteers to rescue Michael from his condo, slamming his car into a fence on the way out of the parking lot. When Dwight and Michael arrive back at the office, Michael begins making such a fuss about his burned foot that no one notices that Dwight is the one with the real injury.
By James Hake:
Michael, Jim, and Karen all go to the New York Dunder Mifflin building to have an interview with David Wallace about getting a job their at corporate. But when Jan finds out the job they are applying for is her job, she gets furious. Meanwhile down at the Scranton office, since Michael was sure of getting the job, he assigned Dwight as the new manager which Pam decides to take advantage as Dwight does his new duties.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael shocks Jim and Pam when he reveals the identity of the new woman he has been dating. Dwight apologizes to Jim for years of torment with a strange peace offering.
By NBC Publicity:
A request by Jim leaves Michael feeling insecure and defensive. Meanwhile, Pam deals with the guest list for the wedding, and Dwight convinces Toby to investigate Darryl's worker's comp claim
By Anonymous:
Oscar Martinez returns to the office after a prolonged vacation with his boyfriend Gill, with mixed feelings about whether or not he still wants to work at Dunder Mifflin. Meanwhile, Jim turns to Karen and Pam to plan a prank on a new victim.
By NBC Publicity:
When Jim gets an emergency phone call from Helene, he is forced to leave Michael in the bathroom of a gas station. Meanwhile, Holly, Erin and Dwight set out on a journey to find Michael. Back at the office Pam's artwork starts a captioning contest that seems to offend Gabe.
By NBC Publicity:
With Andy's sales at his lowest ever, he gets desperate and holds a small business seminar with the help of some special guests. Michael and Holly turn the event into an improv challenge. Meanwhile, Erin enlists some of her co-workers in her scrabble battle with Gabe.
By NBC Publicity:
When a competing sales associate steals a Dunder Mifflin client, Michael, Jim and Dwight decide to set up a sting to find out his sales secrets. Andy decides to start a band after finding out a friend from college has a successful music career.
By jgp3553@yahoo.com:
The office trains Dwight to sell to a female client without being offensive--only to discover that the client is Jan Levinson, Angela and Oscar both think the senator is cheating on them, and Jim has trouble on an important conference call.
By NBC Publicity:
After eleven years of writing, shooting, re-shooting and editing, Michael is finally ready to present his long-awaited action movie, "Threat Level Midnight," to his coworkers and love interest Holly. But is he ready for their reactions? "Threat Level Midnight" stars Michael Scott as "Agent Michael Scarn," Dwight Schrute as Scarn's butler sidekick, and Jim Halpert as archnemesis "Goldenface," along with many familiar faces from Michael's past.
By NBC Publicity:
After many years and motel rooms, Dunder Mifflin traveling salesman (and Michael Scott's best friend) Todd Packer is ready to leave the road behind and take a desk job in the office. However, it remains to be seen if Jim, Dwight, Holly and the rest of the office are ready for Todd. Elsewhere, after his computer freezes for the millionth time, Andy battles office administrator Pam for a new computer.
By NBC Publicity:
The new manager, Deangelo Vickers, has everyone hoping to make good first impressions: Andy finds himself awkwardly typecast while Jim and Pam worry that they've come on too strong. Only Dwight is apathetic about the new leader.
By NBC Publicity:
When Oscar joins a trivia night contest, Andy decides to get the whole office involved. Meanwhile, Dwight visits Sabre headquarters to explore other job opportunities.
By NBC Publicity:
Michael prepares himself for the good or bad news about Holly and her boyfriend. In an effort to be an "awesome" office manager, Pam decides to put up a resolution board for everyone to post their New Year's resolutions.
By Bernie:
Darryl works more at Jim's company and finds out Jim is sloppy. Pam's mural gets vandalized. Dwight & Nellie try to find the vandal. Brian the cameraman gets fired for coming to Pam's defense. Angela and Robert host a party; Oscar is invited.
By NBC Publicity:
Erin and Gabe invite the office over for a "Glee" viewing party. Michael deals poorly with hearing people call Gabe his boss.
By jgp3553@yahoo.com:
Some co-workers who invested in Ryan's Internet venture want him to sell, but Michael refuses to go along. Meanwhile, Jim loses his motivation to work when he reaches his commission cap, and Dwight creates a hay festival in the parking lot.
By NBC Publicity:
More than money is at stake as Michael helps charm people into investing in Ryan's internet company. Dwight capitalizes on both the Thanksgiving holiday and his childhood memories by creating a hay festival in the parking lot, while Jim discovers that a new Dunder Mifflin policy prevents him from earning commission.
By NBC Publicity:
Robert makes the office throw a welcome party for Nellie, and the party planners try to sabotage it. Meanwhile, Andy and Erin practice how Andy will break up with Jessica.
By NBC Publicity:
The press finds out that Sabre's printers catch on fire. Jo shows up to the office in hopes of finding out who the whistleblower is. Everyone suspects Andy, who adamantly denies he leaked the information.
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1 Annie Bravo in the movie The Office Annie Bravo 2005
2 Sally Bretton in the movie The Office Sally Bretton 2001
3 Marilyn Brett in the movie The Office Marilyn Brett 2005
4 Lindsey Broad in the movie The Office Lindsey Broad 2005
5 Olivia Colman in the movie The Office Olivia Colman 2001
6 Andrea Abbate in the movie The Office Andrea Abbate 1995
7 Deena Adar in the movie The Office Deena Adar 2005
8 Kathrien Ahn in the movie The Office Kathrien Ahn 2005
9 Jessica Alba in the movie The Office Jessica Alba 2005
10 Alina Andrei in the movie The Office Alina Andrei 2005
11 Katie Aselton in the movie The Office Katie Aselton 2005
12 Natalie Bain in the movie The Office Natalie Bain 2005
13 Roseanne Barr in the movie The Office Roseanne Barr 2005
14 Sarah Bastian in the movie The Office Sarah Bastian 2005
15 Sunah Bilsted in the movie The Office Sunah Bilsted 2005
16 Isla Blair in the movie The Office Isla Blair 1996
17 Dakota Johnson in the movie The Office Dakota Johnson 2005
18 Takayo Fischer in the movie The Office Takayo Fischer 2005
19 Alec (VI) Gray in the movie The Office Alec (VI) Gray 2005
20 Gareth Tunley in the movie The Office Gareth Tunley 2001
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