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Michael tries to be proactive during a watermark crisis, but only makes the situation worse. Meanwhile, Angela has trouble being apologetic with customers, and Andy discovers a secret about his new girlfriend.

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Michael tries to be proactive during a watermark crisis, but only makes the situation worse. Meanwhile, Angela has trouble being apologetic with customers, and Andy discovers a secret about his new girlfriend.

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26 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Referring to the crisis Michael says it's threat level midnight and Jim smiles at the camera because in the season 2 episode, "The Client", Pam finds a screenplay written by Michael titled, "Threat Level Midnight" and subsequently Jim organizes the office in a reading of the screenplay. See more »

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While Michael is filming his apology video, what he is saying does not match up with the cue cards that Dwight is holding. See more »

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Customer: I'm calling the Better Business Bureau!
Michael Scott: Yeah, well, I'm calling the Ungrateful Biatch Hotline!
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References The O'Reilly Factor (1996) See more »

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The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Original written by Solomon Linda, adapted and arranged by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, George David Weiss and Albert Stanton
Performed by John Krasinski and Ed Helms
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