The Office: Season 3, Episode 16

Business School (15 Feb. 2007)

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Michael is a guest speaker for Ryan's business class, but they have a falling-out after Michael finds out that Ryan spoke negatively about Dunder-Mifflin. And back at the office, Dwight tries to kill a bat that he found in the ceiling.

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Michael is a guest speaker for Ryan's business class, but they have a falling-out after Michael finds out that Ryan spoke negatively about Dunder-Mifflin. And back at the office, Dwight tries to kill a bat that he found in the ceiling.

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Joss Whedon directed this episode with a subplot involving Jim transforming into a vampire. Whedon also created Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997). His vamp mythology is borrowed heavily in this episode. See more »

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Michael Scott: There are four kinds of business: tourism, food service, railroads, and sales.
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Michael Scott: And hospitals/manufacturing. And air travel.
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