The Office (2005–2013)
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Beach Games 

Michael uses "beach day" at Dunder-Mifflin to find out which employee would be his most capable replacement, just in case he receives the promotion to the New York office that he's applied for.

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Michael is being considered for a position in corporate, but also plans a day of "Survivor" like competitions while the office workers visit Lake Scranton. Pam is not asked to join in on any of the competitions and is forced to sit and watch Jim and Karen have fun. Written by Anonymous

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When coming back from the trip, the office crew sings the opening theme from The Flintstones (1960-1966) in the bus. There is similar scene in the film Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) where people sing the same song in the bus and John Candy's character yells ''Wilma'' at the end of the song, just like Michael does in this episode. See more »

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When Jim and Karen schedule an interview with David, it is nearly sunset. The very next scene when Michael is announcing the coal walk the sun is high in the sky. See more »

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Michael Scott: [choosing team names for the company's beach day] We are going to choose team names. Dwight.
Dwight Schrute: We will be called Gryffindor.
Jim Halpert: Really? Not Slytherin?
Dwight Schrute: Slytherin are the bad guys, Jim.
Jim Halpert: I know. Okay, we will be Voldemort.
Dwight Schrute: He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named? I wouldn't do that.
Jim Halpert: [with his team, while Dwight tells them not to] Voldemort. Voldemort. Voldemort. Voldemort. Voldemort.
Michael Scott: Idiots. Idiots. Okay, okay. Stanley, your team name?
Stanley: I don't care what you name my team.
Michael Scott: Then I will name your team the Red Team.
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References The Aristocrats (2005) See more »

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Ooo, Pam cares about...herself
30 May 2010 | by (Asheville, North Carolina) – See all my reviews

So, all of a sudden, Pam feels that everyone in the office ought to treat her with the respect she feels she deserves.

All the while, failing to accord anyone any kind of respect what-so-ever. Outside of her fave, Jim, of course.

Hey, congrats, Pam, obviously as one of the heroes of the series, you can do no wrong. So congrats on your new found respectability and your mediocre artwork.

If the final season of "The Office" ended with a plague of boils, or an atomic explosion (set by Pam and Jim, of course, to blame on Dwight), well, that sounds like a winner all around.


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