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"The Office" Turf War (2012)

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Director:
Writers:
Greg Daniels (developed for american television by)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
3 May 2012 (Season 8, Episode 23)
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Plot:
Dwight and Jim fight with the Syracuse over a client after Robert shuts down the Binghamton branch, and Andy sees an opportunity for revenge. Meanwhile Robert tries to figure out the contents of a drunken voicemail to Nellie. | Add synopsis »
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A couple of laughs and a glimmer of hope See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Daniel Chun 
 
Writing credits
Greg Daniels (developed for american television by)

Warren Lieberstein (written by) &
Halsted Sullivan (written by)

Ricky Gervais (creator) &
Stephen Merchant (creator)

Produced by
Steve Burgess .... producer
Daniel Chun .... co-executive producer
Greg Daniels .... executive producer
Owen Ellickson .... co-producer
Briton W. Erwin .... associate producer (as Brit Erwin)
Brent Forrester .... consulting producer
Ricky Gervais .... executive producer
Charlie Grandy .... co-executive producer
Dan Greaney .... consulting producer
Steve Hely .... supervising producer
Mindy Kaling .... executive producer
Howard Klein .... executive producer
Eric Koljan .... co-producer
Paul Lieberstein .... executive producer
Warren Lieberstein .... co-executive producer
Stephen Merchant .... executive producer
B.J. Novak .... executive producer
David Rogers .... producer
Meg A. Schave .... associate producer (as Meg Schave)
Aaron Shure .... consulting producer
Allison Silverman .... supervising producer
Ben Silverman .... executive producer
Justin Spitzer .... co-executive producer
Halsted Sullivan .... co-executive producer
Teri Weinberg .... co-executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Matt Sohn 
 
Film Editing by
Rob Burnett (edited by)
David Rogers (edited by)
Claire Scanlon (edited by)
 
Production Design by
Matt Flynn 
 
Costume Design by
Alysia Raycraft 
 
Makeup Department
Laverne Caracuzzi .... makeup department head
Roxxi Dott .... hair stylist
Kim M. Ferry .... hair department head
Shari Perry .... hair stylist
Kenneth Paul Schoenfeld .... key makeup artist
Dionne Smith .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Meredith Zamsky .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephanie Janesh .... second second assistant director (as Stephanie Kinch)
Sydney Patapoff .... dga trainee (as Sydney Alford)
 
Art Department
Robert Bernard .... graphic designer
Joshua Dobkin .... art department coordinator
Yvonne Garnier-Hackl .... assistant art director
Steven Curtis Husch .... on-set dresser
Philip D. Shea .... property master
Michael Vines .... assistant property master
Shelley A. Wallace .... set designer
Scott E. Handt .... stand-by carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Nick Carbone .... sound utility
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley artist
Brian Seagrave .... audio post-conform
Matt Temple .... sound effects editor
Brian Wittle .... sound mixer
 
Stunts
Wally Crowder .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Copeland .... set lighting technician
Randy Crawford .... lighting technician
Sarah Levy .... camera operator
Michael Piekutowski .... dimmer board operator
Michael Piekutowski .... lighting technician
 
Casting Department
Ben Harris .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emily Besa .... costumer
Carolyn Dessert .... costume supervisor
Whitney Galitz .... costume shopper
Maeve Guesdon .... key costumer
Kim Shek .... costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Rob Burnett .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Kerri Drootin .... music supervisor (as Kerri K. Drootin)
 
Transportation Department
Jesse Dutchover .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Erica Bello .... production executive
Marne Braun .... production staff
Charles Canzoneri .... production assistant
Hayley Coyne .... production secretary
Kyle Gibson .... second assistant accountant
Heather Imerman .... production assistant
Carrie Kemper .... story editor
Brittney Segal .... production staff
David Sigurani .... office production assistant
Ava Tramer .... writers assistant
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Greg Daniels  developed for american television by
Ricky Gervais  creator
Stephen Merchant  creator

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Additional Details

Runtime:
23 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Andy's password to his wireless is "eatpraylove".See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Andy admitted in an earlier episode that if he sees someone vomit he too will vomit, as proven when Pam was experiencing morning sickness. In this episode Robert pukes rather loudly and Andy doesn't react.See more »
Quotes:
Robert California:[Speaking to Andy over the phone] You don't even know my real name. I'm the f**king Lizard King.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Lone Ranger" (1949)See more »

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
A couple of laughs and a glimmer of hope, 6 May 2012
Author: John Johnson from United States

*** Slight bit of SPOILER hints about story arcs****** If you're reading this in the spring of 2012, then you must be a fan, and you know what an up and down struggle this season has been. I think most fans will agree that this episode wasn't too bad, and suddenly at the end it gives a glimmer of hope that they might actually find some solid footing for this series to continue on. I found most of this episode amusing and actually laughed out loud once or twice. There is a funny chase scene with Dwight and Jim versus a salesman from a different office, and Pam and Nellie have a bit of bonding. What this episode did most, though, was to bring us back to a realistic basis for the show. For me, the humor of this season didn't hold up too well, because we had moved the Office into a goofball alternative universe, Robert California style. But in the closing moments of this episode, when we lose all sympathy for Robert, they suddenly open the door to a much more plausible future. During this season this series has repeatedly tried to jump the shark; suddenly, against all odds, they look like they might rally and bring it back. At least for a couple of decent seasons. I hope so. Let's see.

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