The Office (TV series)

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The Office

The proper way to open an E-mail.

“I often wondered why I was pushing forty before I was picked up and revealed to be the "comic genius" that I am.”
“Wow Steve Carell's put on weight.”
~ The American public on watching The Office UK
“That's what she said!”
~ Michael Scott on this article

The Office (not to be confused with The Orifice)is a reality show produced by NBC (aka The Television Network of the Holy Peacock) following around several incompetent people in highly plausible and high relatable situations. For privacy reasons, the names of the contestants are slightly altered(ie. Angela Kinsey - Angela Martin). The show debuted in 2005 and in 2001, producers Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, left the show to make a striking similar show for the BBC. The British version produced 14 episodes before being cancelled due to a viewership rating of 8 people, and the infamous Pork Pulling Incident. Many American viewers were angered by a misleading episode of the British version titled "Bangers and Mash". The Yanks' fat thumbs blocked out the episode description on the pages in their TV Guides, causing them to only see the episode title. This caused them to think it was a Halloween horror porn special, and that the BBC stood for the Busty Bimbos Channel. They tuned in, only to be disappointed to find a more crass, British version of their most popular reality show. This discontent tarnished the British version's reputation, causings its cancellation and the number of teenage boys masturbating to gore porn to plummet (but not by much).


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The improper way to open a male. Also the first scene for Steve Carrell to come out of his closet and reveal that he is infact an American.

The Office was originally written in 1972 by Noel Edmonds and That Welsh {Guy from the BBC-i-told-you-so News. Needless t0 say, the comedy team parted ways- Noel producing the hard-hitting drama Noel's House Party, and The Welsh News Guy finding commercial success with The Nine O'Clock News (although the quality of comedy had noticeably declined in the absence of 'Majik Noel'). The Office (or 'Fat Bearded Man in Work' as it was provisionally known) was kept by the BBC as a backup in the event of no other sitcoms to produce/people not watching the annual Only Fools and Horses 'last ever episode'. The Office UK is popular among groups who actually experience the life of the office AND watch British TV, AKA no one.

The Office is unique in that the BBC claims pride in taking a chance with the talentless Gervais in the main role, yet were too scared of a rebel uprising if they showed it on BBC2 first, so it was put on UKNonesense, which only 17 people watch. [1]

This is bby far the best show ever.. cant wait for Will Ferrell

Due to the success of The Office, the BBC tried strenuously to reconcile the differences between Noel Edmonds and The Welsh News Guy, but the News Guy had had his feelings irrevecably hurt by Noel's defection to Channel 4 for a multi-million pound gameshow called It's Your Call.

Instead, Gervais was beaten and starved until he agreed to do a new concept called Extras. The lack of humor would be sidestepped by the inclusion of such international stars as Les Dennis and Ross Kemp. In the final week of shooting, Samuel el Jackson was captured and forced to do a scene in an attempt to boost the series's reputation amongst those who forget that Pulp Fiction was el Jackson's last good film.


  • 'The Office' is also the name of a popular chain of clubs open all day, serving decaffeinated coffee instead of alcohol. They are notorious for containing hoards of 'loose' women, ripe for a one-night stand, who usually come dressed as secretaries or receptionists.
  • Scrantonicity is based on the real band, Scrantones. Most of the members are shows playing "Roxanne" at Phyllis's wedding.
  • Kelly is Caucasian (...airbrushing).
  • It is rumored that late in season 5, Dunder Mifflin - Scranton will host a local dodgeball tournament. Proceeds will be donated to a third-world school, improving the local image of the company. Undisclosed to the rest of the office workers, Meredith is on the board of the International Dodgeball Federation. In this episode, Dwight is quoted saying, "to build a stronger generation is to build a dodgeball dynasty and to meet Zach Braff on the set of Scrubs."
  • I just want my kids back.
  • Hitler is an avid office fan, and currently the third reich is working on a german adaptation. It is said that some of the character roles will be slightly changed. For example, the boss will be a flawless eagle and the rest of the office will be spellbound by his glory.

See also

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Everybody's job title in this office!

Not to be confused with:


  1. *However, UKNonesense is the 2nd highest rated cable channel of that type at that time of day in the Reading area.
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