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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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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During the flashbacks of past episodes, a clip of the hot dog eating contest from the episode "Beach Games" is shown. Michael suggests dipping the hot dogs in the water "so it will slide down your gullet more easily", which a small majority of the group replies "that's what she said." This clip was not a part of the original episode, but an outtake. See more »

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References The Nutty Professor (1996) See more »

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Not filled with laughs, but a needed episode.
7 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This isn't the episode of The Office that you would recommend to a friend who hasn't seen the show, but its one that if you have been following the show, should be well received. As many of you, I have felt a little disappointed in what The Office has given us in the last couple of seasons. This episode rekindled the memories of how great to us it was when it was at its best, with Dwight and Jim still having a rivalry, Pam and Jim still having a connection we can all relate to, and the rest of the workers being individuals rather than fill ins for the show. While it was hard to swallow that the show isn't what it used to be, it brought hope that it isn't entirely lost. I hope they wrap up what has been a sub-par season six on a high note, and end the show like it started rather than where it is now.


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