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Funny: The Office
A list of series-defining funny moments for the original version of The Office

  • Classic ones are probably "Free Love on the Free Love Freeway" and David's dancing. Oh, that dancing... shudder.
  • Not to forget, from the very first episode: "He's put my stapler inside a jelly again!"
  • Keith, on the differences between British and American English:
    Keith: Word of warning then, out there they call them "fanny packs"...
    pause
    Keith: Cause fanny means your arse over there...
    extremely long pause
    Keith: ... not your minge.
  • Keith's performance review is pretty funny too...
    David: Under "strengths", you've written "Accounting"...
    and under 'weaknesses' you've put 'eczma'
  • Absolutely anything 'Training' episode, "I THINK THERE'S BEEN A RAPE UP THERE!"
  • The Series Two episode where Gareth puts a very sexual phone call on speakerphone accidentally. Made even funnier by Tim's absolutely flabbergasted face.
  • Gareth's rambling about the imaginary sniper on the roof across David's senile dad's retirement home.
  • If you don't know me by know...
  • David explaining how hard it would be to try to be funny when he just got fired. He even shows his (probably expensive) "chicken rider" outfit, and even though your heart breaks you can't help but to suffocate from laughing.
  • Mackenzie Crook in general is bloody brilliant in The Office.
  • David Brent doing a dance. For charity. He didn't have time to prepare, though.
  • Tim gluing Gareth's phone for a laugh. And then Gareth prying the phone open to answer it.
  • For us literary nerds, there's this line: "Tim Canterbury...The Canterbury Tales. By Chaucer. And Shakespeare.
  • After a particularly disastrous night out at a dance club, Gareth is seen riding home in the sidecar with a couple for some Three-Way Sex. His face as he passes the camera is a thing of beauty.
  • Classic ones are probably "Free Love on the Free Love Freeway" and David's dancing. Oh, that dancing... shudder.
  • Not to forget, from the very first episode: "He's put my stapler inside a jelly again!"
  • Keith, on the differences between British and American English:
    Keith: Word of warning then, out there they call them "fanny packs"...
    pause
    Keith: Cause fanny means your arse over there...
    extremely long pause
    Keith: ... not your minge.
  • Keith's performance review is pretty funny too...
    David: Under "strengths", you've written "Accounting"...
    and under 'weaknesses' you've put 'eczma'

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