Shortly before I graduated from college, I stopped watching the weekly Office episodes released on Netflix. It was Season 8, and the show was heavily focused on Erin and Andy.
Erin and Andy are walking through the dump searching for the sales leads Michael lost when Andy comments that it’s chilly. Without hesitation, Erin gives him her jacket.
The latest episode was called Cafe Disco. I decided to start with this episode rather than the pilot because it sounded fun and innocent. It turns out, it was.
In this post, you will find an explanation of how Dwight fits the description of a classic hero, and you will also find a retelling of the story of Dwight in the form of “The Hero’s Journey.”
Based on Michael’s experience with his dream, I outlined several signs you can look for to determine if your dream is destroying your life or enriching it.
There are many stereotypical introvert traits that Toby possesses, which makes me wonder if the writers of The Office intended to leverage the introvert stereotype for the sake of humor.
There are many decisions that ultimately led to this fight, but in this post, I want to talk about another decision that led to the fight: Jim’s decision to not put too much thought into his career ambitions while he is crushing on Pam.
The writers of The Office had a few tricks up their sleeves – they gave Michael a few very admirable traits, and they even managed to make the audience sympathetic toward him in certain cases.
I’m not talking about pranks like the stapler in Jell-O, but I am talking about pranks like the one involving the purse girl.
Throughout this post, I’m going to list eleven examples of Pam being a bad role model for viewers, and ten examples of her being a good role model.