The Office: Season 7, Episode 21

Goodbye, Michael (28 Apr. 2011)

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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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The scene where Michael places his trophy on the table in this episode is the clip that has been used in the opening titles since season 1 See more »

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Pam catches up with Michael at the airport after security screening. As Pam is not traveling, she has no ticket, and thus would not have been allowed through airport security to the departure gates. See more »

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Dwight Schrute: I've pretty much given up on Michael doing the right thing, or the decent thing, or even the comprehensible thing.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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A Great Way for Steve (Michael) to Exit!
12 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was literally the most I cried in years..... I am a huge fan and thought they did a masterful job of Steve's exit. Last week the whole song scene brought me to tears it was so great, but this week I was bawling. I really hope that the series continues to go strong without him..... this was just amazing. I recommend this to anyone that has been a fan of the show. It is a great, classy way for him to exit!

I really can't help but wonder who will be the new manager. I hope it isn't an outside hire. When they tried that while Michael was at the Michael Scott Paper Company, they just couldn't function under a traditional boss. So that is just something to think about.

We will miss you Steve......


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