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Shareholder Meeting 

Michael speaks out of line at the Dunder Mifflin shareholders meeting and creates a big problem for management, while Jim discovers that nobody in the office thinks he's the "real" boss.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Michael Scott
... Dwight Schrute
... Jim Halpert
... Pam Beesly
... Ryan Howard
... Andy Bernard
... Stanley Hudson
... Kevin Malone
... Creed Bratton
... Meredith Palmer
... Kelly Kapoor
... Erin Hannon
... Angela Martin
... Oscar Martinez
... Phyllis Vance
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Michael speaks out of line at the Dunder Mifflin shareholders meeting and creates a big problem for management, while Jim discovers that nobody in the office thinks he's the "real" boss.

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19 November 2009 (USA)  »

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Pam said to Jim "I can't really imagine you yelling at anyone" but just the episode before, Jim yells at Michael while they were playing the murder mystery game in the conference room. See more »

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In "Shareholder Meeting", Oscar checks the Dunder Mifflin (DMI) stock price on his computer and it is trading at $0.27, up $0.01. After the shareholder meeting, they pass a sign that says the stock price is $1.13, down $6-7/8. See more »

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Oscar Martinez: The stock symbol for Dunder Mifflin is DMI, which stands for Dummies, Morons, and Idiots, because you have to be one to own their stock. And being one of those idiots, I believe the board of directors owes me some answers.
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The Office

Shareholder Meeting

Both the sub-plots had a promising premise but they couldn't either execute or come up with something new; we have been familiar to these tracks now.


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