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22nd Apr '16 2:38:39 PM TheNewBig
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* Speaking of the tension between Michael and David, it seems there's more than meets the eye to the situation, specifically how it was started. Michael quitting wasn't just him being a diva again. He had gone above and beyond the call of duty by firing a rival company that had posed no threat to them, which was also something he clearly didn't want to do. David sending some jerk to chew him out after that on top of all his years of loyalty and services clearly pushed him over the edge.

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* Speaking of the tension between Michael and David, it seems there's more than meets the eye to the situation, specifically how it was started. Michael quitting wasn't just him being a diva again. He had gone above and beyond the call of duty by firing a rival "rival" company that had posed no threat to them, which was also something he clearly didn't want to do. David sending some jerk to chew him out after that on top of all his years of loyalty and services clearly pushed him over the edge.
15th Apr '16 9:13:07 PM TheNewBig
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* Speaking of the tension between Michael and David, it seems there's more than meets the eye to the situation, specifically how it was started. Michael quitting wasn't just him being a diva again. He had gone above and beyond the call of duty by firing a rival company that had posed no threat to them, which was also something he clearly didn't want to do. David sending some jerk to chew him out after that on top of all his years of loyalty and services clearly pushed him over the edge.



* Andy's "Threat Level Midnight" rap over the end credits of the episode of the same name seems to throw out references to [[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra apartheid]] and "free Nelson Mandela" for no reason, until you consider that this could possibly indicate [[DevelopmentHell how long Michael's film has been in production]].

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* Andy's "Threat Level Midnight" rap over the end credits of the episode of the same name seems to throw out references to [[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra apartheid]] and "free Nelson Mandela" for no reason, until you consider that this could possibly indicate [[DevelopmentHell how long Michael's film has been in production]].'
11th Apr '16 9:02:11 PM TheUnknownUploader
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** Probably for scenes that takes place in situations where the cast wouldn't be wearing their uniforms.
11th Apr '16 7:05:29 PM TheUnknownUploader
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7th Apr '16 4:16:23 PM shamblingdead2
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* In the DietEpisode, Creed sells Kelly a tapeworm from Mexico. She explains that in a few weeks, she'll take medicine and get rid of it, then Creed states "That wasn't a tapeworm." What did he sell her?
7th Apr '16 2:29:01 AM shamblingdead2
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* How did Ryan, who clearly has no idea what he's talking about, get Jan's job at corporate in Season 3? The glass ceiling. During "The Deposition," Jan states that corporate is a "boys' club," which explains why Ryan (who has an MBA but has never made a sale) got the job over Karen (who has a stronger track record).
27th Mar '16 2:48:44 PM mlsmithca
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* In Season 8's "Trivia" episode, Meredith correctly answers the question of what is the most common learning disability among high school students. (Dyslexia, not ADHD). At first, you think it might be because Jakey's got a learning disability. In the finale, we find out she's been working on a PhD in "school psychology," so she would know.

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* In Season 8's "Trivia" episode, Meredith correctly answers the question of what is the most common learning disability among high school students. (Dyslexia, not ADHD). At first, you think it might be because Jakey's got a learning disability. In the finale, we find out she's been working on a PhD [=PhD=] in "school psychology," so she would know. know.
19th Feb '16 5:15:18 AM shamblingdead2
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\n* In Season 8's "Trivia" episode, Meredith correctly answers the question of what is the most common learning disability among high school students. (Dyslexia, not ADHD). At first, you think it might be because Jakey's got a learning disability. In the finale, we find out she's been working on a PhD in "school psychology," so she would know.
13th Feb '16 8:20:44 AM shamblingdead2
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* As of "Business Ethics" in Season 5, we see that the company simply doesn't care.
8th Feb '16 1:25:28 AM shamblingdead2
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** In which case, it would be an "Artistic License." More likely, they adopted.
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