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The Office (2005)
This show is incredible for so many reasons. The plots are highly entertaining and undeniably an accurate reflection of how many offices are run (I say this from experience!) The characters all have so many levels and layers to them and are extremely complex compared to the one-dimensional characters on other television shows.
For those unfamiliar with "The Office" it is a mockumentary of the office Dunder-Mifflin, a paper product company. That in itself isn't so extraordinary but the brilliance is found in the characters and the many mini-plots. As the camera follows the Dunder-Mifflin staff around, we are treated to a plethora of stories and character backgrounds. There's Michael Scott, the manager/dense buffoon who may not be diabolical, but is certainly oblivious to what's going on around him. There's Pam, the permanently-engaged sweetheart receptionist who's with a habitual jerk who is constantly putting off their wedding date. There's also Jim, the witty and charming nice guy who harbors a secret crush for Pam despite her engagement. And of course, who could forget Dwight? Somewhat nerdy, "Lord of the Rings" obsessed, and comically abrasive/intrusive to the point that no one takes him seriously, Dwight is yet another highlight to "The Office." With the camera on these unforgettable and quirky characters and with some of the most engaging plot lines I've ever seen, "The Office" is a must-see show on television.