A confession at an H.R. business ethics seminar leads to a dispute between Michael and Holly over whether Meredith should be fired. Dwight tries to prove to Jim how long he can go without taking a personal break

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A confession at an H.R. business ethics seminar leads to a dispute between Michael and Holly over whether Meredith should be fired. Dwight tries to prove to Jim how long he can go without taking a personal break

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9 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Holly is the second person to tell Michael that The Office is a work place and not a family. Ed Truck was the first one. See more »

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Meredith claims that she has been sleeping with the Hammermill rep (Bruce Meyers) for a discount for the past 6 years. However Michael opened up the relationship with Hammermill in "The Convention" which was chronologically just 2 years before. See more »

Quotes

Oscar Martinez: Okay. Once in a while, I'll take a long lunch.
Michael Scott: A siesta.
Dwight Schrute: Time thief. Time thief. Fire him!
Jim Halpert: Dwight, you've really never stolen any company time?
Dwight Schrute: Never.
Michael Scott: You are a thief of joy.
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References Survivor (2000) See more »

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Written by Jay Ferguson
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