The Office (US) Discussions
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.
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[Episode Discussion Thread] S1Ep01-"Pilot" (Live Chat at 7:30pm ET)
Series Re-Watch- S1E1"Pilot" (Episode Discussion)
Every Sunday and Thursday, we will have episode discussions starting with Season 1 Episode 1!
/r/S01E01 is a subreddit where we nominate and watch a new episode one each week. This week's chosen show is The Office (U.S). Why not come along and join in the discussion?
S1Ep1 - Pilot Official Discussion Thread coming this Thursday at 12 PM E.T.
Comedy Central on Virgin TV showing The Office (US) in the UK, Series 1 Episode 1 just started!
Office Ladies Episode 4 Discussion: The Alliance with Phil Shea!
(media) The Office (US) - Full Episodes + Deleted Scenes Episode 5
The Office Ladies: Episode 6 Discussion- Hot Girl
The Office Ladies: Episode 6 Discussion- Hot Girl
The Office Ladies: Episode 8 Discussion - The Dundies
The Office Episode Discussion E08E23 "Turf War"
The Office Ladies: Episode 9 Discussion - Sexual Harassment
The Office Ladies: Episode 9 Discussion - Office Olympics w/ Paul Feig
The Office Ladies: Episode 10 Discussion - The Fire
Episode 19 of Great Scott! The Office Podcast is up and running. We discuss Night Out, Did I Stutter?, and Job Fair.
Anyone else feel S2 E1 Dundies episode when Pam kisses Jim is a little under discussed.
(media) S02E01 Night after Pam gets "Whitest Sneakers Award" and drunk kisses Jim, what do you think she was going to ask him before noticing the camera man? Sorry if its been discussed before.
Pam wanted to ask Jim a question at the end of S02E01 (The Dundies) but didn't because of the camera, what do you think it was?
(media) I’d very much like to know what was being discussed (or what Michael was thinking about) that led directly to this moment. (S2E7)
(media) The Office (US) - S02E11 - Booze Cruise Deleted Scenes
(media) In light of the recent discussion on unpopular characters of The Office, may I nominate the photographer from S2E21 who charged Michael $20 per shot and took photos ignoring Michael's countdown and continuously took photos despite the camera being digital.
(media) [S03E04] Who's the old lady behind Kelly? Possible blooper
Jan ended up wanting Michael because he was avoiding her S03E11
Just joined - must discuss my disdain for Andy S03 EP 12-13
Theory on why Michael doesn't ask for a pay raise for 14 years and only in this episode did he ask for the raise of 10%.(The Negociation, Season 3 episode 19)
QUESTION/DISCUSSION - S3E20: Product Recall - Andy finds out he's dating a high school student
In S4E1 (Fun Run, Part 1) it's revealed that Pam and Jim are secretly dating. As we see candid footage of the couple kissing in Pam's car, her voiceover explains why she doesn't feel comfortable discussing her relationship status. Something that Pam says confuses me (dot dot dot)
Discussion on S04E02. Was Pam giving a lot of the new clients to Jim?
(media) The most out of character thing Oscar says (when discussing the use of ‘whomever’; S04E04)
S4 Ep5 Local Ad (Steve Carrell does a Christopher Walken impression???)
S4E13 Job Fair - missing it’s original ending on VUDU.
(media) The Office (US) - S04E13 - Dinner Party Deleted Scenes
(media) S5E3 Michael throws Holly's lunch in the trash and says they are going to go out to lunch to discuss Meredith's ethics reveal. Michael says they will split the bill for equality. He orders two lobsters and a baked potato while Holly only orders a salad. EQUALITY!
(media) The Office (US) - S05E04 - Crime Aid (Deleted Scenes)
(media) "If you play The Office (US) S5:E9 at exactly 11:58:36pm on New Year's Eve, Michael Scott will scream 'NOOOOOO, NOOO GOD PLEASE NO. NOOO. NOO. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' exactly at midnight when it leaves Netflix.
(media) More evidence of Toby being the Scranton Strangler in S5E10 when they're discussing air quality and asbestos being difficult to breathe etc.
The Office (US) - S05E11 - The Duel Deleted Scenes
(media) S5E23 Continuity Error. At this point in the episode the Michael Scott Paper Company is supposed to be in thr conference room discussing the $60k offer from David Wallace
(media) The Office (US) - S05E25 Cafe Disco Deleted Scenes
Fun goof - Toby's water gel (S6 E2 superfan episode)
(media) In S6 E5: Niagara Falls Pt 2 during the iconic wedding dance montage Pam is seen sharing glances with Jim, but then she is gone in the wide group shot, but immediately back for another close up.
Though I love it, S6E14 feels like the writers half-assed the episode by reusing footage
(media) Why was Erin’s foster brother such a dickwad? Discuss. S6:E19
Jo Bennett’s Self Introduction (From S7 E15)
Want to discuss season 8 and 9. Am I the only one that thinks that everything that happens after S7E22 is garbage? And yes, that includes the finale, which quite frankly, I did not care for. Let me know what you think.
Garden Party (S08E04) is an amazing episode despite Michael not being in it!
As a musician, the way Robert and his friends hijack the jam session in S8E7 is the hardest scene to watch
(media) The Office (US) - S08E08 - Gettysburg (Deleted Scenes)
Discussion: Season 8 Episode 9 “Mrs. California” is absolutely hilarious IMO. Does anyone think it’s too cringey to sit through?
(media) Season 8 - Episode 10 - Christmas Wishes Discussion Thread [SPOILERS]
(media) The Office (US) - S08E10 - Christmas Wishes (Deleted Scenes)
Season 8 Episode 16: "After Hours" is one of the cringiest The Office episodes.
The Office: Season 8 Episode 17 "Test The Store" Discussion thread.
(media) The Office (US) - S08E17 - Test the Store Deleted Scenes
Last Day in Florida, 8.18 Episode Discussion
The Office Episode Discussion S08E19 "Get The Girl" (Spoilers)
Season 8 ep19 is what killed the office
When discussing cringey/cringest moments, why is S8E20 (Welcome Party) never or rarely mentioned?
(media) During Season 8 Episode 23 "Turf War," Toby discusses whether or not choking is allowed in the employee handbook, further pointing to the fact that he is the Scranton Strangler.
Discussion Thread Season 9 Episode 1 "New Guys" - [Spoilers]
In S9 EP5: Here Comes Treble, why was Pam so upset at Jim for investing $10,000?
(media) Not sure if this has been discussed, but here’s Creed in sweatpants instead of slacks in S9E8. Very on-brand.
[DISCUSSION] Is it just me, or does the final scene of “Customer Loyalty” (9.12) hit really hard emotionally?
Season 9 Episode 12 Customer Loyalty discussion
Season 9 episode 20 "Paper Airplane" discussion thread
Season 9 episode 22/23 (A.A.R.M.) discussion thread
S09E22/23 "A.A.R.M." Episode Discussion
(media) The Office (US) - S09E23 Finale (Deleted Scenes)