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Stairmageddon 

Dwight shoots Stanley with a bull tranquilizer after he refuses to go on a sales call, Jim and Pam head to marriage counseling, The Senator comes out of the closet, and Andy tries to find a talent agent.

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Meredith Palmer
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The staff uses the steps when the elevator is being fixed. Documentary reviews are released, hinting at a sex scandal. The senator tells the press he is gay and his chief of staff is his love. Pam & Jim have a marriage counselor appointment. Written by Bernie

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11 April 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Much like he did with Phyllis in "Cafe Disco" (S5:E25), Dwight treats Stanley like livestock, referring to various parts of his body as if he was a horse or bovine. See more »

Goofs

Dwight and Clark are rolling Stanley in the wrong direction. Since they took the stairs they would have come out the front door, yet they are rolling from the other end of the parking lot. See more »

Quotes

Oscar Martinez: Our office has an unusually large number of, unusually large people. So when something as routine as elevator maintenance happens, and people are forced to expend cardiovascular effort, we have to compare it to the end of time.
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