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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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 »

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Fire Sprinklers would not discharge because of heat from candles. The fusible material would have to reach at least 135 degrees, in which case the room would be uninhabitable. 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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Cringe worthy
20 April 2016 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I have no idea how this has a 9.1/10 on here. I found the entire ending of the episode where Michael proposes to Holly extremely cringe worthy. Most of these episodes that have a 9 or higher out of 10 are because they're "emotional," but that is a huge overstatement. Michael and Dwight are my favorite characters, but I wasn't affected much by this episode. Also, it wasn't that funny. The best episode so far has been Stress Relief.

1/10 not very good

I have no idea how this has a 9.1/10 on here. I found the entire ending of the episode where Michael proposes to Holly extremely cringe worthy. Most of these episodes that have a 9 or higher out of 10 are because they're "emotional," but that is a huge overstatement. Michael and Dwight are my favorite characters, but I wasn't affected much by this episode. Also, it wasn't that funny. The best episode so far has been Stress Relief.

1/10 not very good


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