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Dwight's Speech 

Michael coaches pompous Dwight on the finer art of public speaking after being named as Salesman of the Year.

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Jim Halpert
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Pam Beesly
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Ryan Howard
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Stanley Hudson
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Kevin Malone
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Meredith Palmer
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Angela Martin
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Oscar Martinez
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Phyllis Lapin
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Creed Bratton
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Kelly Kapoor
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Michael coaches pompous Dwight on the finer art of public speaking after being named as Salesman of the Year.

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Trivia

When Michael shows off his awards, there is a photocopy of Jan on the inner door. See more »

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Oscar states that he gets in early to set the office thermostat at 66 degrees because he likes the cooler temperature. Once Dwight leaves for his speech Oscar is seen with a heavy coat draped over his shoulders. See more »

Quotes

Michael Scott: But seriously, what's the difference between a salesman and a saleswoman?
Dwight Schrute: A saleswoman has a vagina.
Michael Scott: It's a joke, Dwight. It's not a sex ed class.
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Get Ready For This
Written by Jean-Paul DeCoster, Phil Wilde (as Fred DeWilde), and Simon Harris
Performed by 2 Unlimited
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Dwight the Orator
25 July 2006 | by (High Point, NC) – See all my reviews

Rainn Wilson, not Steve Carell, is the driving force of this show. In this episode, one of the funniest of the series, he drives this fact home. This episode has everything a fan of the Office could want. There's little hints about Dwight and Angela's relationship, there's growing turmoil in the quasi-relationship of Jim and Pam, and a great performance by Steve Carell.

All of this is overshadowed, however, by Dwight's presence. His speech had me rolling on the floor, and then checking all over the internet later to figure out where some parts of the speech came from. See if you can pick out some of the references to speeches by Churchill, Lenin, and Mussolini.

This episode just once again goes to show why the Office is the funniest show on TV right now. Let's hope NBC hangs onto it for as long as they can stay funny.


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