The Office: Season 7, Episode 20

Michael's Last Dundies (21 Apr. 2011)

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Michael hosts his final "Dundies" as the boss at the Scranton branch, but tension is in the air, and Deangelo Vickers, the new boss, is having trouble with his co-hosting duties.

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Michael trains Deangelo to take over the job of hosting the Dundie Awards. Written by NBC Publicity

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Timothy Olyphant appeared as Danny Cordray in a deleted scene. Michael said, "Danny could not be here tonight to accept his award, so he is live via satellite! Oh, Danny! Are you there?" A video shows that Michael gave him the "Hottest in the Office" dundie. Michael appeared in the video and said, "Hey Michael!" Michael in the ceremony replied, "Hey!" See more »

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Deangelo Vickers: [shouting into microphone] I wanna th- I wanna- I feel truly blessed, uh, to be working with all of you. You know, before this all started, uhh funny story I was in the bathroom, vomiting and vomiting in that men's room.
Restaurant Manager: Okay...
Deangelo Vickers: [shouting] That's why it's been shut down for most of the evening.
Restaurant Manager: That's it!
Michael Scott: This is important, he's expressing himself.
Deangelo Vickers: [shouting] Deangelo, hosts don't get Dundies.
Restaurant Manager: No!
Deangelo Vickers: [shouting] This, this is truly special for me...
Michael Scott: No, just let him...
[manager unplugs amp]
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References Live with Kelly and Michael (1988) See more »

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Written by Boris Blank and Dieter Meier
Performed by Yello
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