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Michael's Last Dundies 

Michael hosts his final "Dundies" as the boss at the Scranton branch, but tension is in the air, and Deangelo Vickers, the new boss, is having trouble with his co-hosting duties.

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Jim Halpert
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Pam Beesly
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Ryan Howard
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Andy Bernard
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Kevin Malone
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Creed Bratton
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Kelly Kapoor
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Angela Martin
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Oscar Martinez (as Oscar Nunez)
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Michael trains Deangelo to take over the job of hosting the Dundie Awards. Written by NBC Publicity

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Trivia

The sound effect played by Dwight on Toby's comment at the end is a part from the song ''Oh Yeah'' by Yello. See more »

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When Jim and Pam first enter Erin's car, the rear right window is up, yet the next shot shows the window rolled down. See more »

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Deangelo Vickers: [shouting into microphone] I wanna th- I wanna- I feel truly blessed, uh, to be working with all of you. You know, before this all started, uhh funny story I was in the bathroom, vomiting and vomiting in that men's room.
Restaurant Manager: Okay...
Deangelo Vickers: [shouting] That's why it's been shut down for most of the evening.
Restaurant Manager: That's it!
Michael Scott: This is important, he's expressing himself.
Deangelo Vickers: [shouting] Deangelo, hosts don't get Dundies.
Restaurant Manager: No!
Deangelo Vickers: [shouting] This, this is truly special for me...
Michael Scott: No, just let him...
[manager unplugs amp]
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this is truly speacial for me..
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Michael's Last Dundies

It definitely is emotional as Steve is leaving the show and the creators know how to use it well enough in the series but beyond that it was low on humor and content.


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