Michael and Dwight go to New York to party with Ryan, who is having lots of personal and professional problems. The rest of the office employees work late, and wind up getting locked in the business park.

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Michael and Dwight go to New York to party with Ryan, who is having lots of personal and professional problems. The rest of the office employees work late, and wind up getting locked in the business park.

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After Ryan makes a confession to Michael about "his friend Troy's" drug problem, Michael suggests Ryan put a wire on him and flip him. Michael then says, "Been watching The Wire recently. I don't understand a word of it." Shortly thereafter, two actors from The Wire (2002) have made appearances on "The Office" - Amy Ryan (Holly Flax) who played Officer Beadie Russell on "The Wire" and Idris Elba (Charles Minor) who played Stringer Bell on "The Wire". See more »

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They say the security guards name is Hank, but in season 2 episode 20 "Drug Testing", "Hank's" name tag clearly reads Tate. See more »

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Pam Beesley: There is a master key and a spare key for the office. Dwight has them both. When I asked, "What if you die, Dwight? How will we get into the office?" He said, "If I'm dead, you guys have been dead for weeks."
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tied for the best Office episode ever.
2 May 2008 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

This was for me, tied for the best episode of the office ever. It is tied with season 2's THE FIRE.

I could not stop laughing throughout the ENTIRE episode, and I will admit i was a little bummed about Ryan, but overall it was a HILARIOUS episode, filled with laughing and non-stop giggling.

GO OFFICE!!! I seriously am addicted to this show. It never fails to amaze me with the brilliant and funny humor they have from each episode.

SEE this episode, it is a classic, and Dwight's best episode EVER, easily. He was awesome throughout the entire episode.


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