Dwight's too-realistic fire alarm gives Stanley a heart attack. When he returns, Michael learns that he is the cause of Stanley's stress. To remedy the situation, he forces the office to throw a roast for him.

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Dwight's too-realistic fire alarm gives Stanley a heart attack. When he returns, Michael learns that he is the cause of Stanley's stress. To remedy the situation, he forces the office to throw a roast for him.

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Bandit, the cat thrown into the ceiling by Angela in the opening, was in fact a real cat and not CGI. The man in the ceiling who was supposed to catch the cat missed. Thankfully Bandit was not harmed in the filming of his episode. See more »

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Right before Dwight lights the firecrackers, in the background is Micheal yelling for help through the smashed window, yet he's seen smashing it a few seconds later. See more »

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Pam Beesly: We don't normally download movies illegally because we're honest, hardworking people.
Jim Halpert: And we don't know how.
Pam Beesly: But Andy does, so we have to watch it with him.
Jim Halpert: Punishment fits the crime.
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References The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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Stayin' Alive
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Written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb
Performed by Steve Carell and Ed Helms
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It'll grow on you
14 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

DKOSTY; This show is not really one you can start watching beginning with the 5th season. It has a lot of inter-office politics, jokes that have a foundation on the other seasons, dry sarcastic wit and over-the-top inappropriateness (part of a few actor's characters) and especially jokes that are only understood if you understand the characters. "That guy that started the fire" is supposed to come off as a total idiot. That's his character. It's true this show has a lot of subtle humor and the style is not for everyone, but I hope you give it a chance because it's just the kind of show that will grow on you if you do.


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