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A Benihana Christmas 

Trouble among the members of the party planning committee results with the office having two competing Christmas parties, but Michael isn't interested in celebrating because he has just broken up with his girlfriend.

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In a special one hour Christmas episode, Michael sends out an inappropriate Christmas Card which lands him in hot water with his girlfriend Carol. Meanwhile tensions mount on the party planning committee between Angela, Pam and Karen. The resulting tension leave the office with two competing Christmas parties. Written by Anonymous

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14 December 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Angela sings "Little Drummer Boy" on the karaoke machine, which is her favorite song. In the pilot episode, Dwight is seen singing that song. See more »

Goofs

The "missing" cable for the karaoke machine is an IEC cable, which could be found on the back of any computer monitor or any computer desktop. See more »

Quotes

Carol Stills: [shows Michael a framed photograph of her 2 kids, herself and a man on a ski trip. Michael Photoshopped his face in place of Carol's ex-husband's face] What is this?
Michael Scott: [laughing] That is my Christmas card. It's a picture of you and me and your kids on a ski trip, having a blast. "Ski-eason's Greetings."
Carol Stills: No. See, we never went on a ski trip.
Michael Scott: [holding back laughs] I know. I know.
Carol Stills: I went on a ski trip two years ago with my kids and my ex-husband.
Michael Scott: Right. Yes, but what you didn't realize at the time was ...
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Connections

References The Hollywood Squares (1965) See more »

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Your Body is a Wonderland
Written by John Mayer
Performed by Steve Carell and Ed Helms
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