The Office: Season 8, Episode 7

Pam's Replacement (10 Nov. 2011)

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A pregnant and insecure Pam tries to prove that Jim is attracted to her temp replacement, and Robert and his musician friends take over a jam session with Andy, Kevin and Darryl.

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Pregnant Pam recruits Dwight to prove that Jim finds the office's pretty new temp attractive. Meanwhile, Robert California shocks Andy, Darryl, and Kevin when he asks to join their band. Written by NBC Publicity

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The local sportscaster that plays drums is Steve Moore of the band Rick K. and the Allnighters, from the viral YouTube video "This Drummer Is at the Wrong Gig." At the end of episode he performs moves similar to the ones in the video. See more »

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Baby, I Love Your Way
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Written by Peter Frampton
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