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The Office: The Seminar

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  January 27, 2011 @ 9:56pm

Michael was waiting for the elevator. The door opened. David Brent, the former general manager of the Wernam-Hogg Slough branch greeted Michael as he walked into the hallway. Michael picked up on the accent, and asked David if he is British. David's defensiveness came up, as he asked Michael if he was picking on him.

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The Office: Ultimatum

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  January 20, 2011 @ 10:53pm

How To Communicate Like Michael Scott:

#1 - Prepare for both the good news, and the bad news.

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The Office: Classy Christmas

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  December 11, 2010 @ 12:23am

Michael and Holly share many similarities, such as their social awkwardness, sense of humour, and a history of getting ostracized by other people. Their likeness had previously made all the things that are wrong with Michael transparent to Holly, and also led to them becoming a functional couple.

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The Office: China

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  December 3, 2010 @ 11:36pm

Season seven of The Office has thus far established three major storylines. The first one involves the inevitable reunion of Michael and Holly. The second one is Dwight having purchased the building. The third storyline, involves Pam's promotion to office administrator. In China, Pam's new position crossed with Dwight's ownership and management of the building.

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The Office: WUPHF.com

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  November 19, 2010 @ 2:54pm

Ryan Howard started his first day at work at Dunder Mifflin, as a referral from a temporary agency on the pilot episode. During the first three seasons, Ryan served the role of being the everyman who reluctantly came to work at a dysfunctional environment.

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The Office: Viewing Party

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  November 11, 2010 @ 8:15pm

It had come to the attention of the employees that the police were on the verge of finally apprehending the elusive Scranton Strangler. Whereas the whole office, including Michael, were interested in watching the broadcast, Gabe was in disagreement with how work time was being spent.

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The Office: Christening

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  November 4, 2010 @ 11:25pm

There are three established roles for Jim Halpert to play in The Office. The first, and most consistent in this series and the BBC version, is that he is the ongoing office rival of the Assistant To The Regional Manager. Over the years, the laughs derived from their interactions have been on a regular basis.

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The Office: Costume Contest

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  October 28, 2010 @ 8:58pm

Lately, the cold openers have been hit or miss, but always tending to be goofy in the punch line. An example of a bad cold opener was last week's episode (The Sting), wherein Michael was portrayed as being so dumb that he never learned to ride a bicycle.

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The Office: Whistleblower

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  May 22, 2010 @ 6:24pm

The sixth season of The Office has been the weakest of all the seasons thus far. There have been storylines that have been started that did not continue until many episodes later, and other storylines that should have gone for much longer but did not. A lot of the problems lie in the writing, which led to the characterization gone wrong.

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The Office: The Chump

Posted by: Lawrence Lee  //  May 13, 2010 @ 11:18pm

Since Andy made his debut on The Office, he had always taken the role of a character with an odd side to him. But with Jim and Pam not awake enough to pay much attention, and Andy remembering quite well what it was like to be cheated on in a relationship, Andy ended up being the voice of reason in this episode.

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