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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

“Suit Warehouse” is definitely among the better episodes of season nine that tempered its comedy, which was tight and well executed all around, with just enough pathos to lend it some weight without dragging it through the mud. This emotional core was once again anchored by Pam’s unrelentingly failing optimism at the prospect of Jim’s long-distance enterprise in Philadelphia, the apparent wedge in the season’s ongoing effort to raise the stakes of the series’ golden couple. Meanwhile, Dwight and Dwight Jr. Clark went on a sales call and the rest of the staff had a lot of espresso and resembled what their ‘80s counterparts must’ve looked like most of the time (according to Michael anyway).

Usually when an Office episode corrals the other cast members into a separate single plot it comes off as rushed or forced but this time around I thought it worked well. »

- Joseph Kratzer

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