The Office (2005–2013)
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Garage Sale 

Michael plans to propose to Holly the day of the Dunder Mifflin garage sale, but Holly may have to take an extended leave of absence to Colorado because her father is sick.

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Michael decides to propose to Holly. Written by NBC Publicity

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24 March 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jim and Pam are selling the clown painting he could not remove from the wall of his house after buying it from his parents. See more »

Goofs

In this episode we learn that Holly is originally from Boulder, Colorado. However, in the episode {Business Ethics (#5.2)}, when Holly and Michael are getting to know each other over lunch, she tells him that she is from Des Moines, Iowa. See more »

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Angela Martin: Will you marry me?
Holly Flax: No.
Michael Scott: That would be hot. I'd pay to see that.
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References Dallas (1978) See more »

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A Truly Special Episode
26 May 2016 | by (Camping out near Eyjafjallajökull) – See all my reviews

There is certainly a huge amount of love and respect amongst the ensemble of the cast. It is on full display in the group of episodes encompassing Michael's departure from The Office. But for me, this episode stands out as a shining example of not only the camaraderie that has developed over the years between the actors, but of the skills of the writers of this show.

The progression through which Michael takes Holly at the end of the show that showcases the moment he first saw and fell in love with her, to his proposal of marriage to her is absolutely breathtaking. And there is a moment during his proposal that ties them both to Pam and Jim in an unexpected way.

As we all know, we all have different reactions to what we see and hear. But giving this particular episode anything less than a 10 is hard to understand.


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