Todd Packer Photo

Todd Packer Photo

Todd Packer is sick of being a traveling salesman. That's what he tells Michael on his return to The Office.
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Threat Level Midnight Scene

Threat Level Midnight Scene

Michael screens his movie for his co-workers on "Threat Level Midnight." That's the name of the film, too, of course.
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Boss in Waiting?

Boss in Waiting?

Will Dwight take over for Michael when the latter leaves Scranton? He sure hopes so.
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The Office PDA Alert!

The Office PDA Alert!

Michael and Holly PDA it up left and right on the episode aptly titled "PDA." It airs on 2/10/11.
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Dwight on a Mission

Dwight on a Mission

Dwight is on a vital mission in this scene. He must track down boss and BFF, Michael Scott!
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Seminar Host

Seminar Host

Andy hosts a business seminar in this scene. We hope it goes well for him!
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Andy and Dwight

Andy and Dwight

Andy and Dwight confer in this scene from The Office. It's courtesy of the episode "The Seminar."
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Question from Michael

Question from Michael

Michael has a question. He's seen here at a seminar hosted by Andy.
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Mr. Scott

Mr. Scott

Does Holly get a proposal from AJ? Michael tackles this question on the first episode of 2011.
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Michael S.

Michael S.

Will you be sad to see Michael Scott leave The Office? The departure will take place near the end of season seven.
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Classy Christmas Scene

Classy Christmas Scene

You can always rely on the holidays to provide great fodder on The Office. That was the case on the episode "Classy Christmas."
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An Office Christmas

An Office Christmas

It's a classy Christmas for our favorite workers at The Office. Michael dresses up like Santa Claus in this scene.
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The Office Quotes

Guess what, I have flaws. What are they? Oh, I don't know. I sing in the shower. Sometimes I spend too much time volunteering. Occasionally I'll hit somebody with my car. So sue me... No, don't sue me. That is the opposite of the point that I'm trying to make.

Michael

I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you've actually left them.

Andy