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Jan Levinson (Character)
from "The Office" (2005)

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Jan Levinson-Gould


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  1. "The Office"
    ... aka "The US Office" - Ireland (English title)
        - Couples Discount (2013) TV episode, Played by Melora Hardin
        - The Whale (2012) TV episode, Played by Melora Hardin
        - Threat Level Midnight (2011) TV episode, Played by Melora Hardin
        - Sex Ed (2010) TV episode, Played by Melora Hardin
        - Stress Relief (2009) TV episode, Played by Melora Hardin
          (37 more)

  2. "The Office: The Accountants"
        - The Books Don't Balance (2006) TV episode, Played by Melora Hardin (as Jan Levinson-Gould)

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From "The Office: Boys and Girls (#2.15)" (2006)
Jan Levinson-Gould: Sports metaphors are one of the ways women feel left out of the language of the office. Now, I know this might sound silly, but many women ask to go over it, so, "fumble" means...
Phyllis: Mistake.
Meredith: Slip.
Jan Levinson-Gould: Right. "Par for the course" is a golf term. It means "right on track." "Below par" means "worse." Wait. That should mean better. That doesn't make sense.
Kelly Kapoor: What about "second base"? Like, if Michael said he got to second base with you, does that mean you, like, closed a deal?
Jan Levinson-Gould: Excuse me?
Kelly Kapoor: I mean, that's a baseball term, right?
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