The Office (2005–2013)
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The Return 

Andy does the impossible--he makes everyone in the office miss Dwight, who is forced to take a job at Staples. Meanwhile, Oscar comes back to the office and Michael predictably throws a stereotypical Mexican party to celebrate.

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Oscar Martinez returns to the office after a prolonged vacation with his boyfriend Gill, with mixed feelings about whether or not he still wants to work at Dunder Mifflin. Meanwhile, Jim turns to Karen and Pam to plan a prank on a new victim. Written by Anonymous

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18 January 2007 (USA)  »

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Ed Helms recorded Andy's self-recorded cellphone ring on his own personal computer. See more »

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Phyllis: Dwight had a big personality and I have a big personality. And a lot of times when two people like that get together, it can be explosive.
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Zombie
Written by Dolores O'Riordan
Performed by Ed Helms
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Not bad. Pretty much my feeling on the whole of season 3.
23 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

VERY SLIGHT SPOILER

This episode in part follows the exploits of Dwayne in his endevours outside of Dunder Mifflin along with the return of Oscar, hence the episode title.

Not a bad episode but not particularly good either when you look back at a very strong season 2. They embarked on territory that the English version hadn't when they decided on a longer season 2 and now season 3 and to be fair they have done pretty well. They are always standing slightly in the shadow (as every UK poster will tell you along with burning an efigy of Micheal Scott) and have gone further in the development of the series.

I enjoy this series but I do hope that they wrap it up after this one.


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