An Office Halloween

Wednesday25 October 200619 Comments

Gay Witch Hunt makes a repeat appearance on Thursday, so no new recap this week. Thankfully, trusty NA reader Adam suggested a fine alternative to those of you looking to get your weekly Office fix: with Halloween right around the corner, we thought it might be fun for people to post details about their Office-themed costumes. Will you be representing one of the Office couples with your significant other, or perhaps banding with your friends to form a door-to-door Office troupe? Whatever it is, we’d love to know. Suggestions, testimonials, pictures… it’s all welcome, either here or in the discussion forums.

So, what do you folks have brewing?

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Thursday19 October 200662 Comments

Ryan’s first sales call takes him to places he never imagined he’d find himself. Dwight serves as his errant guide, a wellspring of spoiled platitudes and crackpot advice. Meanwhile, it’s business as usual back at the office where Pam is entrusted with duties hardly becoming of her talents. In return for her tireless efforts, she receives a special surprise at the end of her day: an opportunity to relive better times.

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Grief Counseling

Thursday12 October 200666 Comments

It’s a sad day in Scranton for more reasons than one. News of his former boss’ death prompts Michael to assume a role as a savior of wayward birds, a responsibility that proves to be horribly misplaced until Pam lends her delicate hand. Meanwhile, a new alliance is forged in Stamford, one born out of a mutual contempt for douchebaggery.

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The Coup

Thursday5 October 200677 Comments
  • Season 3 : Episode 3
  • First aired on October 5, 2006
  • Written by Paul Lieberstein / Directed by Greg Daniels
  • Recap by James Fan
  • Discuss this episode at The Watercooler, and remember to submit your vote at OfficeTally.
  • Thanks to flotsette for providing a closed captioning transcript.

Treachery knows no bounds as office politics and competitive streaks threaten to disrupt both branches. A failed attempt to usurp Michael’s authority draws doubt over where Dwight’s true loyalties lie while exposing his grievous flaws to those who would judge him for it. Meanwhile, the betrayal at Stamford is of a different sort, one involving virtual bullets and honest mistakes rather than deceit and underhanded tactics.

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