History Series / TheOfficeUS

18th Jul '16 3:28:06 PM windyshadow32
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6th Jul '16 1:47:44 PM TheUnknownUploader
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29th Jun '16 9:55:07 AM jnw42970
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-->'''Dwight:''' No, don't say it--you're fired. You're both fired!
-->'''Jim:''' Dwight, c'mon, don't end on a bad note.

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-->'''Dwight:''' No, don't say it--you're fired. You're both ''both'' fired!
-->'''Jim:''' Dwight, c'mon, don't end on a bad note.note...
29th Jun '16 9:50:44 AM jnw42970
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*** In the series finale, when Dwight learns that Jim and Pam intend to leave the company, he fires them--entitling them to receive generous severance packages.

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*** In the series finale, when Dwight learns that Jim and Pam intend to leave the company, Dunder-Mifflin, he fires them--entitling them to receive generous severance packages.packages.
-->'''Dwight:''' No, don't say it--you're fired. You're both fired!
-->'''Jim:''' Dwight, c'mon, don't end on a bad note.
-->'''Dwight:''' Don't be an idiot, it's for the severance. The best that I can do is one month for every year you've been here. That's the max.
29th Jun '16 9:39:58 AM jnw42970
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*** In the series finale, when Dwight learns that Jim and Pam intend to leave the company, he fires them--entitling them to receive generous severance packages.
10th Jun '16 4:04:50 PM Ezclee4050
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*** Also in ''Threat Level Midnight'', Creed's character is named [[Film/RedZoneCuba Cherokee Jack]].
19th May '16 6:43:59 AM Rytex
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: After Michael hosts a "Roast Me!" where everyone's insults leave him in tears and out of the office for a day, he comes back with his usual brand of rather insulting comments he thinks are hilarious. No one is impressed, until Michael tells Stanley "You crush your wife during sex and your heart sucks. Boom, roasted." Stanley actually seems to legitimately think this is hilarious, and it gets everyone else laughing at their roasts to cheer Michael up.
13th May '16 4:08:49 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Not just situational. He's proven time and again that even with ''prepared'' material, he is a terrible public speaker and a horrid stand-up comedian. He can tell correctly a joke when Pam goes over it carefully (as "The Client" proves) but if he prepares his own, every characters ''knows'' that ThisIsGoingToSuck. This is lampshaded repeatedly every time Michael opens with "GoodMorningVietnam!" which gets met with a room-wide groan.

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*** Not just situational. He's proven time and again that even with ''prepared'' material, he is a terrible public speaker and a horrid stand-up comedian. He can tell correctly a joke when Pam goes over it carefully (as "The Client" proves) but if he prepares his own, every characters ''knows'' that ThisIsGoingToSuck. This is lampshaded repeatedly every time Michael opens with "GoodMorningVietnam!" "Good Morning Vietnam!" which gets met with a room-wide groan.
29th Apr '16 4:38:13 PM KJMackley
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* RealityEnsues: The low key, humanistic approach to the series ends up exploring a lot of consequences to things that are romanticized elsewhere. Big, romantic gestures don't go according to plan. Bad behavior catches up to a person. Good intentions backfire horribly. In season nine, the normally incredibly strong and loving Jim and Pam relationship gets strained when Jim starts double-booking himself with a start-up company, neither are doing anything bad but the stress takes a toll on them.
28th Apr '16 11:05:04 PM KJMackley
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* WhamEpisode: "Casino Night"
** "Cocktails"
** "New Boss"
** "Garage Sale"
** "Special Project"
** "Company Loyalty"
** "Vandalism"

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* WhamEpisode: WhamEpisode:
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"Casino Night"
Night"- Jim kisses Pam and confesses he loves her. She can't respond in kind because she is engaged.
** "Cocktails"
"Cocktails"- Pam, having recently gotten back together with Roy, confesses what happened with Jim back in "Cocktails." Roy ''snaps'', breaking a bar mirror and storms out. At the end Roy declares he will kill Jim (and attempts to in the following episode, only to be stopped by Dwight and pepper spray).
** "New Boss"
Boss"- New DM exec Charles Milner arrives and starts changing things around. David Wallace ignores Michael's calls, and Michael quits in protest of the way he and the Scranton branch were treated.
** "Garage Sale"
Sale"- Michael debates proposing to Holly, only to learn she wants to move home to Denver to take care of her elderly parents. He proposes anyway, she says yes and he declares he will be moving with her.
** "Special Project"
Project"- A group of employees are selected to go to Florida for brainstorming a Sabre-centric store.
** "Company Loyalty"
Loyalty"- Jim's work with the sports agent start-up company puts pressure on both his job at Dunder Mifflin and his family life, leading to their first genuine argument in the series while talking over the phone. Alone in the office, Pam breaks down in tears and, also the first time in the series, [[spoiler: the documentary crew is seen as Pam asks Brian, the boom mic operator and a friend of hers, for help]].
** "Vandalism""Vandalism"- [[spoiler: A warehouse worker vandalizes Pam's mural and when Pam fights back he tries to attack her. She is saved by Brian, who hits him with the boom mic. Both Brian and the warehouse guy end up fired]]. Meanwhile, both Angela and Oscar realize that Robert, Angela's husband, was using them to further his political agenda, with Kevin giving him [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech a verbal beatdown]].
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