Michael encourages the entire Scranton branch to support Kelly and attend a local celebration of Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. Meanwhile, Andy convinces Jim to turn a late night of work into a drinking game.

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Michael encourages the entire Scranton branch to support Kelly and attend a local celebration of Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. Meanwhile, Andy convinces Jim to turn a late night of work into a drinking game.

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Roles of Kelly's parents were played by Mindy Kaling's real life parents. See more »

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When Angela says Indians eat monkey brains Micheal reaches down to grab his soda from the vending machine, in the next shot it is gone. See more »

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[Andy and Jim are very drunk, and Karen is not. Jim is slumped over at his desk and Andy is lying on the floor. He starts singing "Closer to Fine" by the Indigo Girls]
Andy: I went to the doctor, I went to the mountains, I looked to the children...
Karen Filippelli: Andy, *no* a capella.
Andy: [pauses and then starts again] I looked to the children, I drank from the fountain...
[Jim joins in]
Jim HalpertAndy: There's more than one answer to these questions / Pointing me in a crooked line
[Andy sits up and looks at Jim]
Jim HalpertAndy: / Unless I seek my source...
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Crazy in Love
Written by Jay Z (as Shawn Carter), Richard Christopher Harrison, Beyoncé Knowles (as Beyoncé), and Eugene Record
Performed by Beyoncé Knowles (as Beyoncé)
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hilarious
3 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm celebrate Diwali, so i really really got every joke in the show and found it hysterical.

But then again, every episode is.

The characters are very well played and it seems as if every character has a trait which carries onto the next episode.

For example, Dwight is annoying, Michael is obnoxious, Angela is rude, Stanley is...just Stanley, Kelly is talkative, Pam is innocent and Kevin is dumb. I love this show!!

Have you guys heard about the next episode? The branch closing one? I wonder if that is an indication of whether or not this show is going to be canceled soon. I hope not.


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