As Jan renovates the condo, Michael confronts his growing debt every way he can, which includes pressuring his employees for a loan. Pam and Jim spend a night out on Dwight's family farm, now a bed and breakfast.

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Oscar Martinez (as Oscar Nunez)

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As Jan renovates the condo, Michael confronts his growing debt every way he can, which includes pressuring his employees for a loan. Pam and Jim spend a night out on Dwight's family farm, now a bed and breakfast.

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Michael references his movie "Threat Level Midnight", which is shown in a later episode in season 7. See more »

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When Michael shows the office how to open Microsoft Office, he visually clicks on 'Run' in the start menu which actually opens 'All Programs'. A run dialog is what should have opened with those actions. It can be found 19 minutes and 20 seconds into the episode. See more »

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Oscar: Michael, are you having money problems?
Michael Scott: Monkey problems? No, I'm not having monkey problems. Why would I have monkey problems?
Oscar: I know you heard me correctly.
Michael Scott: [sighs] Oh, I hate monkeys.
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Runaway Train
Performed by Steve Carell
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Relationships Progressing
18 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Minor spoilers.

This season is just going so terrific. This episode specifically, is just wonderful. Even with Michael's travails in this episode, the end serves to forward Jan and Michael's relationship. The Dwight/Angela/Andy triangle should serve for a LOT of fascinating twists throughout this season. Kelly and Darryl seem to hold some promise of maybe Darryl helping Kelly grow up a bit. And finally, WOW on Pam and Jim, I think we're all falling more in love with them as we watch them fall more in love with each other each episode.

Just a few continuity errors that were pretty glaring:

Angela specifying a restaurant with no vegetables? Jan throws her keys to Oscar in the parking lot, and in the next scene sets her keys down in the box car. Through the box car, we can see an old fashioned passenger train behind them, complete with seats. So, it is pretty clear they filmed it in a railway museum of some sort.


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