Season Recap

May 23, 2007 - by: Julie Elgar 3 COMMENTS

Total Litigation Value: $6,635,500+

There is no doubt that the crew from Dunder Mifflin (primarily Michael) had some expensive snafus this season. In approximately 20 weeks, Michael managed to out a gay employee; announce his affair with a Vice President at the CFO’s party; invite a pervert dressed as Ben Franklin to an office party; invite a stripper to the warehouse; ask a female employee to act out a lesbian love scene during anti-harassment training; and lock his staff in a conference room. If you are thinking that no work place could possibly have this much drama, think again. Using each week’s episode as a starting point, I am going to post new entries every week with real-life examples of situations where truth was, indeed, stranger than fiction. Who knows? Maybe we can give Toby some ammunition to finally stand up to Michael. With just a little push, I think that Toby would be quite the adversary.

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3 COMMENTS

1 ashleyrah
13:02:58, 24/05/07

Thanks for the great blog Julie! It’s become a tradition in my office to all gather around on Friday and discuss The Office and read your blog post. We look forward to the summer interlude and next season.

2 northern_muse
11:31:28, 04/06/07

This is a great blog and I am happy to have found it. However, I have a question about this recap post: Didn’t Jim order the Ben Franklin rather than the male stripper Michael wanted to get for the women? The guy was truly a historical speaker about Ben Franklin. It was people in The Office who asked him a load of perverted questions. Granted, he did get a little in to it at the end, but his character showing up was all Jim trying to prevent the disaster that Michael wanted to create by calling a real male stripper…

3 lindmere
20:09:11, 10/06/07

Thanks, Julie for an entertaining and informative look at the many disasters of Dunder Mifflin. I hope you’ll be back next year!

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