The Office: Season 2, Episode 2

Sexual Harassment (27 Sep. 2005)

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The office reviews its sexual harassment policy in light of explicit e-mails.

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When Michael is asking the warehouse guys for a new joke and they berate him, for some reason the sound of a sheep "baaing" is heard. See more »

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Michael Scott: Attention, everyone. Hello. Yes, I just want you to know that, this is not my decision, but from here on out, we can no longer be friends. And when we talk about things here, we must only discuss work-associated things. And you can consider this my retirement from comedy. And in the future, if I want to say something funny, or witty, or do an impression, I will no longer ever do any of those things.
Jim Halpert: Does that include "that's what she said?"
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Funny, inappropriate? That's what she said
27 April 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Sexual Harassment is in some ways a variation on the first season episode Diversity Day, with racism being replaced with sexism as the topic. Someone does or says something inappropriate, people are called into the office to re-educate the employees, Michael just says and does even more inappropriate things. But this is a good episode; the formula works.

Michael is upset that inappropriate jokes are being banned in the office; to him, this means a loss of all humour (or humor, this being the American Office) and the end of all office friendships. He brings in a topless doll which is funny; a friend shows up who offends and annoys all the staff.

The episode brings laughs throughout, particularly with two priceless moments; when Pam says her mother is visiting someone says "MILF"; and Pam reacts to Michael talking about having a bath with Pam. Altogether, well done.


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