The release of the documentary promos creates tension for the Dunder Mifflin employees, Dwight considers a business venture with his girlfriend's family, and Jim and Darryl have an awkward business meeting with baseball player Ryan Howard.
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When Pam is talking to Stanley about how much they have all changed and he is eating a huge pretzle, most likely implying that it's the annual Pretzel Day, which Stanley has always loved. See more
When Pam visits Brian regarding how much footage they got even when their mic packs were turned off. In at least one episode this is not true. In The Office: Goodbye, Michael
when Michael leaves for Colorado at the airport he takes his mic off, giving it to the sound guys. From that point on there is no sound as Michael says farewell to the crew and turns around to walk to his terminal. About 5-7 seconds later Pam rushes in bare foot with her shoes in her hands then hugs and talks to him with no sound from any parabolic mics. See more
[Speaking to camera
This is a documentary? Oh. I always thought we were like specimens in a human zoo.
References Hollywood Hotel
Hooray for Hollywood
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Performed by John Krasinski See more