A mediocre paper company in the hands of Scranton, PA branch manager Michael Scott. This mockumentary follows the everyday lives of the manager and the employees he "manages." The crew follows the employees around 24/7 and captures their quite humorous and bizarre encounters as they will do what it takes to keep the company thriving.Written by
Michael Scott's home address is shown as either 42 Kellum Court (per NBC's Dunder Mifflin website) or 126 Kellum Court (seen on the show). Kellum Court is a real street in Scranton, but house numbers start at 300, because of the city block numbering system. If it existed, the physical location of 42 Kellum Court would be in the rock quarry depicted behind the "Scranton Welcomes You" sign in the opening credits. The quarry is frequently mentioned by Creed throughout the series. See more »
In Season 1 Episode 4 : The Alliance, Michael asks Pam for upcoming birthdays and she tells him that there are none coming up until next month and the next person on the list is Meredith.
In Season 4 Episode 11: Survivor Man, Angela tells Jim , It is Birthday Month , After Creed it's Oscar turn and Meredith's is at the end of the month. See more »
[to whole office]
I... declare... BANKRUPTCY!
[Later, Michael is in his office cutting credit cards with scissors. Oscar comes in]
Hey, I just wanted you to know that you can't just say the word bankruptcy and expect anything to happen.
I didn't say it, I declared it.
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I do not have a single negative thing to say about The Office. It is by far my favorite show. I eagerly await a new episode every week.
All the unique characters have depth and are well developed.
As to all the people who don't like it because its based on the U.K. version, get over it. It has been taken to a completely different level. The characters in a spin off are not supposed to stay the exact same, otherwise a spin off would be pointless.
The characters are constantly evolving, and they are never constantly the protagonist or antagonist, so they are all at some point endearing. The characters are wonderfully bizarre yet real.
If you don't find this show funny, then you need to get a funny bone. Writers, keep em coming.
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