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Goodbye, Michael 

As the office gets ready for Michael's final day at Dunder Mifflin, Michael doesn't tell anyone that he's leaving a day early. Meanwhile, Deangelo accompanies a nervous Andy on a visit to one of Michael's old clients.

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Michael, about to leave for Colorado, wants a day without drama to say his goodbyes to each co-worker. Deangelo and Andy scramble to keep Michael's biggest clients. Written by NBC Publicity

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28 April 2011 (USA)  »

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The bald guy seen leaving the elevator as Michael is getting on was in season 3's "A Benihana Christmas". He was part of the couple on a date that was sitting at the same table as Michael, Andy, Jim and Dwight at Benihana. See more »

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When Creed walks out of the bathroom stall the door closes completely. Seconds later when Erin enters the stall the door is fully open. See more »

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Michael Scott: [Michael's last line] Oh, this is gonna feel so good getting this thing off my chest... that's what she said.
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Features Solitaire (1981) See more »

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Music to Watch Girls By
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Written by Sid Ramin
Whistled by Will Ferrell
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re: the sound cutting out during Pam's goodbye
2 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Office UK used the "removal of microphone for key dialogue" during its last regular season episode, which was a far more powerful scene. The Office US, as usual, bites the good bits to avoid overly sentimental scenes. It's a shame they couldn't come up with their own ideas, but we've been used to that since at least Season 4, right? Do yourselves a favor and watch The Office UK. Gervais and Merchant know how to do things the right way.

At the very least, the writers didn't muck the entire episode up like they did with that awful musical number in the previous episode. Will Ferrell, surprisingly, stole every scene he was in.


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