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The Banker 

A banker representing a potential buyer comes to the Scranton branch to interview the H.R. department before the sale goes through.

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Dwight Schrute
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Jim Halpert
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Pam Beesly
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Ryan Howard
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Andy Bernard
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Stanley Hudson
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Kevin Malone
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Creed Bratton
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Meredith Palmer
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Kelly Kapoor
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Erin Hannon
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Angela Martin
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Toby Flenderson
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Oscar Martinez (as Oscar Nunez)
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A wealthy investor shows and interest in buying-out Dunder Mifflin and, while he visits the Scranton branch, Michael and the office workers go full out in order to impress him. During the visit, Michael reminisces on the good times he has had during his time in the office. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

Clips from 44 individual episodes were used to create more than 50 flashback scenes. See more »

Goofs

The plaque for Michael's parking space identifies him as 'Employee of the Month'. Yet it was made clear in Scott's Tot's that as a manager he is not eligible for that award. See more »

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Features The Office: Back from Vacation (2007) See more »

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Lazy Scranton
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Performed by Steve Carell and Rainn Wilson
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A needed episode, but could have been done so much better.
27 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

OK, so this episode deals with a banker from the company that is buying DM, coming to the Scranton branch to review some things. He begins to interview Toby, who answers his questions and-wh-WHAT?! Why are we being shown scenes from other episodes. Yes, my friends, this is a clip show, which is a staple of any good comedy show. Now, the major problem with this episode is not that it is a clip show, but the way they set it up.

1. There is no transition between present day and the clips, which makes it confusing, because, for the most part, this is a show that takes place in ONE location. This means that we will see Toby and the banker in the annex, and then cut to something happening in the main office. But it's actually a flashback, and there is no way of telling.

2. There were SOOOOOOOO many better ways to set this episode up. I mean, really, just through Toby's memories? Really? In fact, a much better way to set this up would be to actually acknowledge for once that there is supposed to be a camera crew filming their daily office lives. Maybe, we could actually see who is behind the camera, and they would show the characters a tape of some of the events that they have filmed, and we could see the characters reacting to it, which in my opinion would be hilarious.

I love this show, but i consider this to be the worst episode of all time.


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