After a co-worker nobody knew dies in a freak incident involving a copy machine Joe modified, Joe blames himself for the man's death. An old college friend of the departed shows up wanting ... See full summary »

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After a co-worker nobody knew dies in a freak incident involving a copy machine Joe modified, Joe blames himself for the man's death. An old college friend of the departed shows up wanting to know more about Ted, and the staff, lead by Bill, make up lies. Written by Justin Boggan

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8 April 1998 (USA)  »

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When Beth is in the break room talking to dead Ted's old friend, the blinds are open. She goes to Dave's office and tells Matthew the guy wants to talk to him. When Matthew goes in, the blinds are closed for no apparent reason. See more »

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Lisa Miller: Joe, You did not kill Ted. It was just a freak accident.
Joe Garrelli: Matthew had nothing to do with it.
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References Ordinary People (1980) See more »

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Lethal Xeroxes and confused grief
8 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've gotta admit, for a while at least, 'Copy Machine' was shaping up to be just another torment Dave episode. And to a certain extent, it is, with the staff giving him crap for not properly grieving the loss of a coworker's passing. But let's be real here, it was Ted from Accounting; nobody knows the guy and it's a remembrance befitting such a nobody.

And then at some point in all of this, I was cracking up at Matthew. Just let that sink in for a moment. Matthew. It's no secret I was never the character's biggest fan, and he's hilarious here.

What started out as by-the-numbers turned into some damn funny stuff.

7/10


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