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Did I Stutter? 

Michael tries to figure out how to respond to Stanley's insubordination during a meeting, and Dwight buys Andy's vehicle and immediately flips it for more money.

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Michael tries to figure out how to respond to Stanley's insubordination during a meeting, and Dwight buys Andy's vehicle and immediately flips it for more money.

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Angela Kinsey was pregnant during the filming of this episode, her weight gain is noticeable from face shots. See more »

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When Dwight and Michael go over the chart of authority, Devon is shown on the chart with an x through his name. However, the chart has clearly been made (or remade) since the branch merger, as Andy Bernard appears on it, Ryan is listed as a VP, and Jim has gained the title of Assistant Regional Manager (and Dwight's title is former Assistant Regional Manager). Devon was fired before the merger took place, and thus would have been left off the chart entirely. See more »

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Stanley: Did I stutter?
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Stanley's speech to Michael
5 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh man, is there any way to get a transcript of Stanley's speech putting-down Michael? Stanley nailed him upside and down. I would love to have that speech ready to go for my own boss...someday, sometime.

Plot-wise, I thought this was an important episode. As much as I love the show, it often passes the point where I find myself thinking, "Oh, come on. Michael would be SO fired in the real world for that" or "Those employees can't possibly have such low self-esteem to put up with it." This episode with Stanley helped make sense of that. Also, the actor who plays Stanley was simply brilliant in delivering those lines.


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