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THE OFFICE 2005 TV Series
  • Michael: Come again? ...That's what she said. (Season 4 episode The Deposition)

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  • Activist Groups
    • The Fist
      • Jim's rebel group. (Season 7 episode Dwight K. Schrute, Acting Manager)
    • Lipton For America
      • Angela's secretly gay state senator husband's political campaign group. (Season 9 episode Vandalism)
  • Advertising and Marketing
    • Athlead
      • Sports marketing company that Jim founds, outside of Dunder Mifflin. (Season 9 episode The Target)
    • Athleap
      • New name of the marketing company Jim founded, after relocating to Austin. (Season 9 episode Finale)
    • Stumpany
      • Abbreviated version of Stupid company, Dwight's suggestion for a better name for Jim's marketing company, currently named Athlead. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
  • Amusement Parks
    • Hay Place
      • Dwight's amusement park made of hay bales. He trucks 300 bales of hay into a parking lot to rectify the childhood disappointment of never being crowned Hay King. See: Hay World. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Hay World
      • Dwight's Uncle Eldred's amusement park made of hay bales. When Dwight was young, his Uncle Eldred used to build a maze out of hay bales for the kids to play in, and then, at the end of the day he would crown one lucky boy Hay King. Uncle Eldred called it Hay World. The kids called it Hay Place. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Pay Place
      • Angela's nickname for Dwight's Hay Place amusement park. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • Burger On The Go
      • Dwight's invention that allows you to obtain six hamburgers (or twelve sliders) from a horse without killing it. (Season 6 episode Niagara)
    • Suck It
      • David Wallace's idea for a shop-vac type of thing that teaches kids how to pick up their own toys. (Season 6 episode Sabre) David later reveals that he sold the patent to the US military. (Season 8 episode Free Family Portrait Studio)
  • Artists
    • Tracy Fleeb
      • Big name artist in Scranton that Pam mentions when talking about the mural she wants to do. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
  • Audio Recordings
    • Precious: Based On The Novel 'Push' By Sapphire (Novelization)
      • Michael claims to be listening to the audiobook adaptation of the novelization of the movie Precious, which is based on an actual novel already (and it even says so in the name!), so no such novelization exists, much less an audiobook. (Season 6 episode Secretary's Day)
    • Take A Good Look (Audiobook)
      • Autobiography of Sabre CEO Jo Bennett. Jim edits sections of Jo's audiobook to mess with Gabe. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • The Hunter (CD)
      • Musician, as well as his self-titled CD by Jan's old assistant, Hunter, which Jan calls an excellent songwriter - Jan plays his CD and dances at the dinner party (Season 4 Dinner Party)
  • Automotive Services
    • Ed's Tires
      • When Michael starts his own paper company, Dwight provides tips on Dunder Mifflin clients that might be looking for a change, like Ed's Tires. (Season 5 episode Heavy Competition)
    • Heymont Brake And Tire
      • Automotive service, company that Pam calls and insults in order to get another customer complaint card. (Season 9 episode The Target)
    • Lehigh Motors
      • Where the new guy Luke was supposed to send samples, but didn't. (Season 7 episode Nepotism)
    • Lockton Auto Repair
      • Andy's undercover outfit (Season 6 episode Mafia)
  • Awards
    • The 2005 Dundie Awards
      • Annual awards ceremony Michael hosts for the office employees, held annually at Chili's. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • Best Dad Dundie
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Jim (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • Best Dundies Host
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to the new boss Deangelo (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • Best Mom Dundie
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Meredith (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Busiest Beaver Award
      • Dundie award that Micheal gives to Phyllis, though the trophy says, Bushiest Beaver. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • Cutest Redhead In The Office Award
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Erin (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Diabetes Award
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Stanley (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Don't Go In There After Me Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gives to Kevin wins for stinking up the bathroom. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • Doobie Doobie Pothead Stoner Of The Year Award
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Andy (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • Extreme Repulsiveness Award
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Toby (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Fine Work Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gives to Stanley. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • The Great Work Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gave to Stanley the previous year. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • Hottest In The Office
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Danny Cordray (Timothy Olyphant's character) (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Hottest In The Office Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gives to Ryan the temp. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • The Kind Of A Bitch Award
      • Dundee award that Michael jokes about giving to Dwight (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Longest Engagement Award
      • Previous Dundie award Michael gave to Pam at past Dundie Awards ceremony. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • NESA Top Salesman Of The Year
      • Award Dwight wins, same award that Michael won when he was a salesman, in 1996 and 1997. According to Jim, It is literally the highest possible honor that a Northeastern Pennsylvania-based mid-sized paper company regional salesman can attain. (Season 2 episode Dwight's speech)
    • Promising Assistant Manager Dundie
      • Dundee award that Michael gives to Dwight (Season 7 episode Michael's Last Dundies)
    • The Show Me The Money Award
      • Previous Dundie award that Michael gave to Oscar, seen in the archive footage that Michael has Pam review to find highlights. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • The Spicy Curry Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gives to Kelly. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • The Tight Ass Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gives to Angela. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • The Whitest Sneakers Award
      • Dundie award that Michael gives to Pam. (Season 2 episode The Dundies)
    • World's Best Boss Dundie
      • Dundie award that Michael says the staff gave him. (Season 7 episode Goodbye, Michael)
  • Bakeries
    • Laverne's Pies, Tires Fixed Also
      • Pie stand where Jim convinces Dwight to take the work bus. (Season 9 episode Work Bus)
    • Nibbles
      • Cupcake bakery at the Steamtown Mall where Todd Packer buys cupcakes for the office as his revenge, though he refers to the bakery as Nipples. Todd Packer: "I am going through a 12-step program. I'm currently on step zero which is have a shitload of fun. I spent six hours carefully removing the frosting and then layering in a variety of drugs, some legal, some not some laxative, some constipating. You don't fire The Packman and expect to get away with it." (Season 9 episode The Farm)
    • Scranton Breadworks
      • Dwight considers a change in scenery. Bread is the paper of the food industry. You write your sandwich on it. (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
  • Banks
    • Scranton Business Bank
      • Bank next door to Dunder Mifflin. (Season 2 episode Drug Testing)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Cafe Disco
      • While Michael still has access to the office space he was using for the Michael Scott Paper Company, he creates a daytime dance club for his employees. (Season 5 episode Cafe Disco)
    • Chat Room
      • Michael misreads the directions for signing into the virtual launch party for Under Mifflin Infinity, thinking it's being held at an exclusive club called Chat Room. (Season 4 episode Launch Party)
    • The Funky Cat
      • The hippest jazz club in town, from Michael's movie Threat Level Midnight (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • The Huntsman
      • Canadian pub, actually the Seven Grand Bar and Grill in Los Angeles (Season 5 episode Business Trip)
    • The Liberty Well
      • Gar bar where Oscar and his friends play trivia. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Prerogative
      • Club Michael and Dwight meet Ryan (Season 4 episode Night Out)
    • Public School
      • Danny's bar. (Season 7 episode Costume Contest)
    • Tail Feathers
      • Gay bar that the bar trivia moderator mentions. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Battle Of Schrute Farms
      • Event Dwight thought was an important Civil War battle. "But the battle at Schrute Farms was no battle at all. It was a code used by pacifists from both North and South who turned the Pennsylvania farmhouse into an artistic community and a refuge from the war. You have to understand, poets, artists, dancers, these kinds of men preferred peace to war. These delicate, lovely men found a place of refuge among the Schrutes at Schrute Farm. Amidst the macho brutality of war, this was a place where dandies and dreamers could put on plays, sing tender ballads, and dance in the moonlight. I like to think of Schrute Farm as, uh, the underground railroad for the sensitive and, well, fabulous." (Season 8 episode Gettysburg)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • The Nail Luxury
      • Nail salon in Scranton where the gang goes on Valentine's Day to take advantage (Season 9 episode Couple's Discount)
  • Beverages
    • Grip
      • The Office version of Gatorade. Flavors include Blue Blast & Arctic Chill. (Season 1 episode Hot Girl)
    • Value Save Lemonade
      • Lemonade served at Oscar's Mexican themed welcome back party. (Season 3 episode The Return)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Oscuro Rum
      • Jim and Pam bring Michael back a bottle of rum from their honeymoon. (Season 6 episode The Lover)
  • Books-Biography
    • Take A Good Look
      • Autobiography of Sabre CEO Jo Bennett. She gives a copy to each Scranton employee during the meeting where she introduces herself. (Episode Manager and the Salesman)
  • Books-Fiction
    • The Horse Flyer
      • 
Series of young adult books Pam plans to write. Pam: "So one afternoon while walking home from school, quirky tenth grader Becky Walters finds a wounded Pegasus in the woods. And she becomes "the horse flyer." (Season 7 episode The Inner Circle)
    • A Murder For Framing
      • Toby's Chad Flenderman novel. Toby: "This sounds a lot like the premise of my latest Chad Flenderman novel, A Murder for Framing. Chad Flenderman. Just an easy-going black guy who knows the streets, yet he also went to Oxford. So just as comfortable on a motorcycle as he is on Air Force One. Oh, and he's also the world's leading egyptologist." (Season 8 episode Christmas Wishes)
    • The Small Scream
      • Toby's latest Chad Flendermen novel. Toby: "A little ironic that I'm gonna be kind of a TV star, because my last Chad Flenderman novel was based on a murdered TV star." (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • Turn Of The Table
      • Toby's latest Chad Flenderman novel, based from the point of view of his nemesis, Dr. Lucifer Wu. (Season 8 episode Test the Store)
  • Books-Instructional
    • The Ultimate Guide To Throwing A Garden Party
      • Book by James Trickington, written by Jim to fuck with Dwight. (Season 8 episode Garden Party)
  • Books-Other
    • The Fundamentals Of Business
      • Book Michael decides to write after his experience standing up to the mafia. (Season 6 episode Mafia)
    • Management
      • Book on management written by Andy's Professor Frank at Cornell. (Season 8 episode The Incentive)
    • A Mediator's Tool Chest
      • Workbook Michael uses to solve disputes in the office, with varying degrees of success. (Season 2 episode Conflict Resolution)
    • The Penis Apologies
      • Andy: "I think if he was a sexist I'd be able to tell. I took a crapload of women's studies courses at Cornell. And I wrote my own companion piece to The Vagina Monologues called The Penis Apologies. So I know a thing or two." (Season 7 episode The Inner Circle)
    • Schrute Book Of Niceness
      • Joke Andy makes. Andy: "Took a page right out of the old Schrute book of niceness." Dwight: "There is no book. There's only a survival guide." (Season 6 episode Double Date)
    • Scranton White Pages
      • Local phone book company that drops their paper supplier for the last ten years. (Season 9 episode The Whale)
    • The Scranton/Wilkes-barre Coupon Book 2011
      • Coupon book worth over $15,000 in savings - the prize for winning the Dunder Mifflin costume Contest. (Season 7 episode Costume Contest)
    • A Scrapbook Of Our First Memories By Michael Gary Scott
      • Michael's gift to Pam's mother for her birthday. (Season 6 episode Double Date)
    • Somehow I Manage
      • Book on management that Michael claims to be writing. Michael: "I am writing a book about it. I've written all of it In my head. If you're really interested, It is called Somehow I Manage. And there's going to be a picture of me on the cover, shrugging, with my sleeves rolled up." (Season 6 episode Happy Hour). Michael gives Darryl an unfinished copy (Season 7 episode Goodbye, Michael)
    • Something Weird Is Going On: What Did Jan Say? The Michael Scott Story. By Michael Scott With Dwight Schrute.
      • Dwight: "When you become close with someone, you develop a kind of sixth sense. You can read their moods like a book. And right now, the title of Michael's book is Something Weird is Going On: What Did Jan Say? The Michael Scott Story. By Michael Scott with Dwight Schrute." (Season 3 episode Branch Closing)
  • Bowling Alleys
    • Idle Hour Lanes
      • Bowling alley where Ryan is working when Michael recruits him for his dream team. (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Mohawk Valley Center
      • Business park where Dunder Mifflin's Utica office is located (Season 4 episode Branch Wars)
    • Nashua Business Park
      • Office building where the Dunder Mifflin Nashua branch is located. (Season 5 episode Lecture Circuit)
    • Robert Mifflin Memorial Conference Room
      • Conference room at the Dunder Mifflin corporate office where Michael gives testimony for Jan's wrongful termination lawsuit. (Season 4 The Deposition)
    • Scarn Manor
      • Secret Agent Michael Scarn's mansion, from Michael's movie Threat Level Midnight (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • The Schrute Building
      • Dwight buys the Scranton Business Park office building and renames it The Schrute Building (Season 7)
    • Scranton Business Park
      • The Dunder Mifflin office in Scranton is located in the Scranton Business Park building.
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Mira-bella Deli
      • Dwight orders an 8-foot sub for Michael's birthday. The deli he orders from doesn't make 8-foot subs, so they bring eight 1-foot subs. (Season 2 episode Michael's Birthday)
  • Charities
    • Afghanistanis With AIDS
      • Charity that Michael says he's going to donate his Casino Night winnings. (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Bernard Family Foundation
      • Andy's family's charity. (Season 9 episode Here Comes Treble)
    • Dream For A Wish Foundation
      • Ryan's foundation. (Season 8 episode Mrs. California)
    • The Michael Scott Foundation: Scott's Tots
      • Ten years ago, Michael made a promise to a group of underprivileged children that he would pay their college tuition. (Season 6 episode Scott's Tots)
  • Childcare Services
    • The Sandbox
      • Daycare near Dunder Mifflin office that Jim and Pam check out (Season 6 episode Sabre)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Alleluia Church Of Scranton
      • Michael buys a van for paper delivery from a local church. (Season 5 episode Broke)
    • Eastern Pennsylvania Seminary
      • Seminary that Meredith Palmer called a sausage factory - and received a customer complaint. (Season 9 episode The Target)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Tube City
      • Michael's plan for putting plastic tubes all over the office. Jim: "Co-managing is a give and take. You have to pick your battles. One of the battles that i picked was to stop Michael from running plastic tubes all over the office and placing hamsters inside of them. He was gonna call it Tube City." (Season 6 episode Murder)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Hotlanta
      • Packer's nickname for Atlanta. (Season 3 episode Back from Vacation)
    • Mountainton, Colorado
      • Town in Colorado where Michael guesses Holly lives (Season 7 episode Goodbye, Michael)
  • Classes
    • Expressive Typography In New Media
      • Class that Pam takes at Pratt School of Design (Season 5 episode Weight Loss)
    • Toaster Oven 101
      • Joke Michael and Dwight make at Ryan's expense after it is revealed that he's the one that started the fire. "Well, I guess they don't teach how to operate a toaster oven in business school. Did you miss that day Ryan? Were you absent from Toaster Oven 101." (Season 2 episode The Fire)
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • Keleven
      • Kevin's magic number. He used to use it to balance his accounts. He used to call it a keleven. Kevin: "A mistake plus keleven gets you home by seven." (Season 9 episode Finale)
  • Cleaning Products
    • Toilet Buddy
      • One of Michael and Dwight's many toilet invention ideas. It's a circular net you put inside the toilet to catch your change and your wallet from falling into the toilet. Formerly known as toilet guard. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
    • Toilet Piano Bench
      • One of Michael and Dwight's many toilet invention ideas. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
    • Toilet Sponge
      • One of Michael and Dwight's many toilet invention ideas. It's a hollowed out sponge that is more absorbent and softer than toilet paper. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
  • Clocks and Watches
    • Seyko
      • Michael's Seiko ripoff watch brand.
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • MISSterious
      • Michael accidentally buys and wear a women's suit to the office. (Season 3 episode The Negotiation)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Boys R Us
      • Joke the warehouse guys make to Michael about where he buys his clothes (Season 2 episode Sexual Harassment)
    • Queers R Us
      • Joke the warehouse guys make to Michael about where he buys his clothes (Season 2 episode Sexual Harassment)
    • Rossi Bros. Garments
      • Business listed on the sign outside the Nashua Business Park (Season 5 episode Lecture Circuit)
    • Stone & Sons Suit Warehouse
      • Family owned clothing store that Dwight and Clark visit on a sales call pretending to be father and son sales team. (Season 9 episode Suit Warehouse)
  • Coffee Shops
    • The Coffee Gallery 
      • Coffee shop where Pam sets Michael up with her landlord. Michael is not impressed. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
    • Dwight's Caffeine Corner
      • Coffee shop Dwight adds to the guard station after buying the Scranton Business Park building. (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
    • Jitters
      • Fictional coffee shop at the real Steamtown mall in Scranton, which Stanley's daughter mentions. (Season 2 episode Take Your Daughter to Work Day)
  • Colleges
    • Conn College
      • Dwight hooks up with a member of the Jersey State varsity basketball team at the Prerogative nightclub. She mentions their next game against Conn College. (Season 4 episode Night Out)
    • State College
      • College where Smokey Robinson plays, with Paul Anka as his opening act. (Season 8 episode Fundraiser)
  • Comic Books
    • The Adventures Of Jimmy Halpert
      • Comic book Pam creates for Jim for Christmas. Pam: "It stars Jimmy Halpert, a mild-mannered paper salesman who, while riding his bike through the forest, is bitten by a radioactive bear becomes a bear man. Wreaks havoc on the office." (Season 7 episode Classy Christmas)
    • Bear Man
      • Comic book Ryan mentions when providing Pam with feedback about the comic book she created for Jim for Christmas. Ryan: "There's no connection between - the origin story and the quest. We need to know who Jimmy Halpert was before he was bitten by the bear. Otherwise it's the bear's quest… It's also a little derivative of a serial called Bear Man." (Season 7 episode Classy Christmas)
  • Communications Companies
    • Star Cellular
      • Cellular network provider that both Michael and Holly visit in order get a free stress ball. (Season 7 episode The Search)
    • Techstar
      • Phone system vendor (Season 5 episode Blood Drive)
  • Competitions
    • Games Of The 1st Dunder Mufflin Olympiad
      • The official name for the office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Hay King
      • Dwight's Uncle Eldred's amusement park made of hay bales. When Dwight was young, his Uncle Eldred used to build a maze out of hay bales for the kids to play in, and then, at the end of the day he would crown one lucky boy Hay King. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Weyerhammer Paper Paper Airplane Contest
      • Contest sponsored by Weyerhammer Paper in an effort to get them to sell more of their new product. (Season 9 episode Paper Airplane)
  • Computer Accessories
    • Sabre Printer
      • Sabre International, the company that buys Dunder Mifflin, specializes in printers. "Easiest to use printers in the market" (Episode Manager and the Salesman)
  • Computers and Software
    • The Accountability Booster
      • Andy: "And I'd like to add that your work has been a little sloppy. So Dwight and I have implemented a new program that we like to call The Accountability Booster. It registers every time a mistake has been made in the office, from a late delivery to an accounting error. Five strikes in a day equals a home run. One home run and you're out. If we as a group make five mistakes in a day, something bad happens, like we block Mindsweeper. Or in this case, an email gets sent to Robert California containing the consultant's report from last year." (Season 8 episode Doomsday)
    • File Share
      • Generically named file sharing program that gets installed on the office computers. (Season 1 episode Hot Girl)
  • Concerts
    • Spring Sing '95
      • Andy got the nickname Boner Champ by getting completely ripped on Bud Drys and having sex with a snowman at Spring Sing '95. (Season 9 episode Here Comes Treble)
  • Condiments
    • Great Scott Salad Dressing
      • Michael's homemade salad dressing brand (Episode Dunder Mifflin Infinity)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Count Choculitis
      • One of the fake diseases someone (probably Jim) writes on the information forms Dwight has everybody fill out when Michael assigns him the task of picking a new healthcare plan for the office, tribute to Count Chocula breakfast cereal. (Season 1 episode Health Care)
    • Florida Flu
      • Andy tells Robert California that he can't come in to the office because he has the Florida Flu when he drives to Florida to get Erin back (Season 8 episode Get the Girl)
    • Government Created Killer Nano-robot Infection
      • Fake disease that Pam comes up with for the information forms Dwight has everybody fill out when Michael assigns him the task of picking a new healthcare plan for the office. Pam: "It's an epidemic.” (Season 1 episode Health Care)
    • The Grumpies
      • Joke Andy makes: "Um, I'm getting reports of a serious outbreak of the grumpies in here." (Season 8 episode Pool Party)
    • Hot Dog Fingers
      • One of the fake diseases someone (probably Jim) writes on the information forms Dwight has everybody fill out when Michael assigns him the task of picking a new healthcare plan for the office. (Season 1 episode Health Care)
    • Inverted Penis
      • One of the fake diseases someone (probably Jim) writes on the information forms Dwight has everybody fill out when Michael assigns him the task of picking a new healthcare plan for the office. (Season 1 episode Health Care)
    • The Mondays
      • Joke Andy makes to Jim. Andy: "Dr. Tuna, I have some terrible news. The entire office has come down with a pernicious case of The Mondays." (Season 6 episode Scott's Tots)
    • Spontaeous Dento-hydroplosion
      • Fake disease that Pam and Jim come up with for the information forms Dwight has everybody fill out when Michael assigns him the task of picking a new healthcare plan for the office. (Season 1 episode Health Care)
    • Spontaneous Scoliosis
      • Condition Erin fakes when she meets Andy's new girlfriend. (Season 8 episode Christmas Wishes)
  • Construction Companies
    • Ruben's Elec.
      • Company at Scranton Business Park (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
    • Saticoy Steel
      • Company where Michael's new boss Charles Miner used to work, named after the street where the Office set was located in Van Nuys, California. (Season 5 New Boss)
    • T&R Drywall
      • Business listed on the sign outside the Nashua Business Park (Season 5 episode Lecture Circuit)
    • Taliban Enterprises
      • Joke Michael makes after Gabe cracks down on personal displays of affection in the office. Michael: "I love working at Dunder Mifflin, a division of Taliban enterprises." (Season 7 episode PDA)
  • Consultants
    • BCI Marketing Consultants
      • Pete's ex-girlfriend that Andy hires to work at Dunder Mifflin. (Season 9 episode Moving On)
    • Diversity Today
      • Diversity consultant brought into the office following an incident in which Michael performs a Chris Rock routine. (Season 1 Episode Diversity Day)
    • Diversity Tomorrow
      • Michael decides to create his own diversity consultant business after Diversity Today is brought into the office following an incident in which he performs a Chris Rock routine. (Season 1 Episode Diversity Day)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • Dwight Schrute presents This Year in Martial Arts: Updates, Advanecements, and etc.
      • Dwight's annual seminar in the office. (Season 6 episode Murder)
  • Corporations
    • Axelrod Ltd
      • Company where Ryan attempts his first unsuccessful sale.(Season 3 episode Initiation)
    • Krieger-Murphy
      • In order to prove that Asian Jim isn't the real Jim, Dwight asks him about his sales the day before - Asian Jim mentions the company Krieger-Murphy, to whom he attempted a sale (Season 9 episode Roy's Andy's Ancestry)
    • Sabre international
      • Corporation that buys Dunder Mifflin. (Season 6 episode Sabre)
    • Wellington Systems
      • In order to prove that Asian Jim isn't the real Jim, Dwight asks him about his sales the day before - Asian Jim mentions the company Wellington Systems, to whom he sold ten cases of 24-pound letter stock. (Season 9 episode Roy's Andy's Ancestry)
    • Woods & Grammercy
      • Company at Scranton Business Park (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Calm Visions
      • Anger management center where Andy is sent following his outburst in the office when he punches a hole in the wall. (Season 3 episode The Return)
  • Currency
    • Na-Pons
      • Coupons Nate gives to Darryl. Nate: "Oh, Darryl, hey. I felt really terrible that you got me these lovely gloves and I didn't get you anything. Now, I haven't really had time to go out and buy you anything, but here goes. This coupon entitles you to one free tickle-monster attack. Yeah, they're Nate coupons, or Na-pons, and they're all different." (Season 8 episode Special Project)
    • Schrute Buck
      • Fake currency Dwight introduces to the office while Michael is away for an interview. Dwight: "When you have done something good, you will receive one Schrute Buck. One thousand Schrute Bucks equals an extra five minutes for lunch." (Season 3 episode The Job)
    • Stanley Nickels
      • Fake office currency Stanley jokes about after Dwight introduces Schrute Bucks. Dwight: "Don't you want to earn Schrute Bucks?" Stanley: "No. In fact, I'll give you a billion Stanley Nickels if you never talk to me again." Dwight: "What's the ratio of Stanley Nickels to Schrute Bucks?" Stanley: "The same as the ratio of unicorns to leprechauns." (Season 3 episode The Job)
  • Dentists
    • Dr. Crentist
      • Fictional dentist Dwight makes up as his cover story for Michael when he goes to see Jan behind Michael's back. (Season 3 episode The Coup)
  • Diet and Nutrition Products
    • Lipaphedrine Diet Pills
      • Michael gets a second job at a call center to make ends meet. (Season 4 episode Money)
  • Diners
    • Hank's
      • Restaurant involved in Gabe's Valentine's day romantic treasure hunt for Erin. (Season 7 episode PDA)
    • Larry's Chili Dog
      • Diner where Michael attempts to buy a hot dog after Jim leaves him at the gas station. Sign: "Chili dog and much more / Char-broiled / Hamburgers ' Chicken ' Steak ' Kebobs (Season 7 episode The Search)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Tuna
      • Joke Andy makes to Jim. Andy: "Dr. Tuna, I have some terrible news. The entire office has come down with a pernicious case of The Mondays." (Season 6 episode Scott's Tots)
  • Electronics
    • Gaydar
      • Fictional product Jim tells Dwight can be purchased at the Sharper Image store. (Season 3 episode Gay Witch Hunt)
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • Arrowhead
      • Sabre electronic computer tablet device (Season 8 episode Test the Store)
    • Prism DuroSport
      • IPod knock-off product that Roy buys Pam for Christmas (Season 2 episode The injury)
    • The Pyramid
      • New Sabre tablet (Season 8 episode The Incentive)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Pennsylvania SolarTech
      • Fake company Michael and Dwight create to trick one of their competitors into revealing his sales secrets. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Scholastic Speakers Of Pennsylvania
      • Entertainment organization that provides historical figure guest speakers.Jim: "Michael referred me to a male strip club called Banana Slings. Instead, I called the Scholastic Speakers of Pennsylvania." (Season 3 episode Ben Franklin)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Alaska Film Festival
      • Local film festival Kevin mentions (Season 2 episode Email Surveillance)
    • A Summer Sales-A-Lot
      • Michael: "I'm thinking as a reward for our loyal clients that we contact their assistants and we find out where they live. And then, we go to their houses in the middle of summer and go caroling. It is a summer Christmas celebration and we'll call it, A summer Sales-A-Lot." (Season 4 episode Did I Stutter?)
  • Farms
    • Schrute Farms
      • Dwight's farm, from various episodes.
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Pete's
      • Fast food restaurant where Dwight does a 'fire in the hole' - tossing a milkshake at an employee though the drive through window, shortly before becoming a 'fire in the hole' victim himself. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
  • Fast Food-Other
    • Ernesto's
      • Local food truck Dwight uses to trick Jim into admitting he didn't really spend the week attending jury duty. (Season 8 episode Jury Duty)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Great Scott Films International
      • Production company logo Michael adds to his business presentation. (Season 2 episode Valentine's Day)
  • Financial Services
    • Bridgeport Capital
      • Important client for Jim's new Athlead company in Philadelphia. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
  • Food
    • Gookie-gookie
      • Food product Michael mentions during his racist rant to Kelly. Michael: "Welcome to my convenience store. Would you like some gookie-gookie? I have some very delicious gookie-gookie, only 99 cents plus tax. Try my gookie-gookie! Try my gookie-gookie! Try my gookie-gookie!" (Season 1 Episode Diversity Day)
    • Mama Sally's Homemade Pesto
      • Ryan's grandmother's pesto sauce that he bottles and sells at the garage sale. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
    • Professor Copperfield's Miracle Legumes
      • Magic bean packet Jim tricks Dwight into taking in trade at the garage sale. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
    • Senor Chico's Hot Cha Cha
      • Ryan's grandmother's salsa that he bottles and sells at the garage sale. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Frank Regan Funeral Home
      • Company at the job fair. (Season 4 episode Job Fair)
  • Games
    • Let's See How Uncomfortable We Can Make Our Guests
      • Joke Jim makes: "Michael and Jan seem to be playing their own separate game. And it's called, Let's see how uncomfortable we can make our guests. And they're both winning." (Season 4 Dinner Party)
    • Pam Pong
      • Game Angela mentions to Pam, how she keeps track of how often Jim visits Pam's desk. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Pretendonitis
      • Game Jim and Pam used to play to annoy Dwight. Jim: "We didn't play many video games in Scranton. Instead, we'd do stuff like Pam and I would sometimes hum the same high-pitched note and try to get Dwight to make an appointment with an ear doctor. And Pam called it Pretendonitis." (Season 3 episode The Coup)
    • Schrute Or Consequences
      • Game Dwight plays with Angela's baby in order to find out if he's a Schrute. Dwight: "Phillip, you wanna play a little game? It's called "Schrute or Consequences. You're gonna choose one of these two things, a check for a million dollars or this dirty old beet." (Season 9 episode A.A.R.M.)
    • Who Can Put The Most M&Ms In Their Mouth?
      • Game Kevin mentions when Jim goes around the office soliciting ideas for the upcoming office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Work Hard So My Kids Can Go To College
      • Game Stanley mentions when Jim goes around the office soliciting ideas for the upcoming office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Cress Tool And Die
      • One of the members of The Five Families, the five companies that reside at the Scranton Business Park. The five companies are Dunder Mifflin, Vance Refrigeration, W.B. Jones Heating and Air, Disaster Kits Limited, and Cress Tool and Die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Dwight's Gym For Muscles
      • Gym Dwight opens in the office building. (Season 8 episode Christmas Wishes)
    • Flexopolis Gym
      • Local gym where Dwight interrogates Michael's new girlfriend (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
  • Holidays
    • Thanksgiving-me-your-money Day
      • Fake holiday from Angela's joke about Dwight's Hay Place amusement park, which she calls Pay Place. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Bonfire
      • Candle flavour that Jan sells as part of her candle business, Serenity by Jan (Season 4 Dinner Party)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Watson Carpet And Tile
      • Dundee Mifflin customer. (Season 8 episode After Hours)
  • Hospitals
    • Mercy Hospital
      • Local hospital that's back on the market. Deangelo wants a sales pitch put together. (Season 7 episode The Inner Circle)
  • Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Flavors
    • Cake It To The Limit
      • The Eagles-themed ice cream flavor - inspired by the song Take it to the Limit. (Season 6 episode The Chump)
    • Despera-dough
      • The Eagles-themed ice cream flavor - inspired by the song Desperado. (Season 6 episode The Chump)
    • Witchy-womanilla
      • The Eagles-themed ice cream flavor - inspired by the song Desperado. (Season 6 episode The Chump)
  • Industrial Companies
    • Stark Industries
      • Fake company Dwight suggests creating to trick one of their competitors into revealing his sales secrets - inspired by Iron Man/Tony Stark's company. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
  • Insurance Services
    • Mutual Of Harrisburg
      • Insurance agent that Michael thinks is the mafia (Season 6 episode Mafia)
    • Rite-Dober Health Systems
      • New healthcare provider for the office staff. (Season 3 episode The Merger)

    • Stoddard Vallencourt Insurance
      • One of the health care provider options Micheal considers for the office, before handing the responsibility over to Dwight. (Season 1 episode Health Care)
  • Islands
    • Boring Island
      • Joke Clark makes while shopping for suits. Dwight: "You don't want Italian. You'll look like a mafia don. Next thing you know you'll be doing life in Rikers Island." Clark: "Better than looking like the undertaker from Boring Island." Dwight: "That place doesn't exist. It's not a documented island. Cartograph much?" (Season 9 episode Suit Warehouse)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Earrings Earrings Earrings
      • Jewelry store at Steamtown Mall that Kelly mentions. (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
    • Fancy Girl
      • Jewelry store at Steamtown Mall that Kelly mentions. (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
    • Ricky's
      • Jewelry store at Steamtown Mall that Kelly mentions. (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • Astro Cleaners
      • Dry cleaners open on Christmas Eve (Season 5 episode Business Trip)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Rule 17
      • Dwight: "There are 40 rules all Schrute boys must learn before the age of five." Rule 17 is "Don't turn your back on bears, men you have wronged, or the dominant turkey during mating season." (Season 5 episode The Duel)
    • The Schrute Codes Of Mourning
      • Dwight brings two pails to the office when his aunt dies. Dwight: "In keeping with Schrute custom, I will either invite you to Saturday's funeral by sprinkling red, fertile dirt in your face, or I will ask you to keep a respectful distance during my time of grief, with a dusting of black, slightly acidic soil." (Season 9 episode The Farm)
  • Legal Services
    • Rinehart And Wolfe
      • Legal firm, customer of Dunder Mifflin. (Season 8 episode Doomsday)
    • Stone, Cooper And Grandy: Attorneys At Law
      • Former Dunder Mifflin client that Michael and Dwight attempt to win back with a gift basket. (Season 4 episode Dunder Mifflin Infinity)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Borscht Hotel
      • Jim and Pam stay the night at Dwight's beet farm bed and breakfast, joking about the name on their way there. (Season 4 episode Money)
    • Vancouver Court Hotel
      • Michael has a reservation starting on February 12, 2010 for seven nights for a street view economy single room at the Vancouver Court Hotel during the first week of the Olympics.
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Radish Inn
      • Jim and Pam stay the night at Dwight's beet farm bed and breakfast, joking about the name on their way there. (Season 4 episode Money)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • The Beets Motel
      • Jim and Pam stay the night at Dwight's beet farm bed and breakfast, joking about the name on their way there. (Season 4 episode Money)
  • Lodging-Other
    • The Antler Lodge
      • Local hotel. "So when we're done here, you guys could go over to the Antler Lodge, sample some deer, and talk about my raise." (Season 2 episode Performance Review)
    • The Embassy Beets
      • Jim and Pam stay the night at Dwight's beet farm bed and breakfast, joking about the name on their way there. (Season 4 episode Money)
    • Hedonism
      • Resort Kevin recommends to Jim. Kevin: "You should go to Hedonism. It's like Club Med, but everything is naked."(Season 2 episode Dwight's speech)
    • Schrute Farms (Bed And Breakfast)
      • Dwight operates a bed and breakfast on his farm. Dwitght: "Agro-tourism is a lot more than a bed and breakfast. It consists of tourists coming to a farm, showing them around, giving them a bed, giving them breakfast." (Season 4 episode Money)
    • Sky Top Lodge
      • Hotel. Silent auction prize Dwight wins at the fundraiser. (Season 8 episode Fundraiser)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Playpen
      • Pornographic magazine. (Season 7 episode 25)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Aficionado Monthly
      • Magazine Michael mentions when Pam lets it slip that Michael reads Cracked and he wants to make sure it's clear that Cracked isn't the only magazine he reads. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • West Coast Whales
      • Magazine that the new boss D'Angelo Vickers mentions: "Best whale watching. Easily the west coast. If you're gonna go whale watching on the east coast, you might wanna bring a magazine called West Coast Whales. 'Cause you're not gonna see 'em." (Season 7 episode Training Day)
  • Magicians
    • The Kissing Magician
      • Magician. Silent auction prize Dwight wins at the fundraiser. (Season 8 episode Fundraiser)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Catalyst Paper
      • Dunder Mifflin competitor. (Season 5 episode Business Trip)
    • Cumberland Mills
      • Jim submits Dwight's resume to several other companies. Cumberland Mills offers him a job. (Season 2 episode Halloween)
    • Dunder Mifflin, Inc.
      • Paper company.
    • PPC
      • Paper company currently used by Jim's potential client. (Season 4 episode Job Fair)
    • Prince Family Paper
      • Paper company from Season 5 episode 13.
    • Prince Paper
      • Small family owner paper company, competitor of Dunder Mifflin that Michael is sent out to investigate. (Season 5 episode Prince Family Paper)
    • Scranton Mimeograph Corp.
      • Dead account Dwight mentions when cleaning out some cabinets. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
    • Serenity By Jan
      • Jan's candle business. (Season 4 Dinner Party)
  • Medicine
    • Vomicillin
      • Michael gets seasick, explaining that he's on medication (Season 2 episode Booze Cruise)
  • Menu Items
    • Ultra-feast
      • When Pam is pregnant, she and Kevin start eat together because they are both hungry at the same times - not all meals, just second breakfast, lunch, second lunch and first dinner. And now, an early dinner, which Kevin calls Ultra-feast, featuring a Hollywood menu theme. Kevin: "Our ultra feast menu's theme, Hollywood. We have ratatouille from Ratatouille, and tandoori chicken from Born Into Brothels. I tried to bake a cake like that District 9 prawn thing." (Season 6 episode Delivery)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Beet Vodka
      • Dwight makes beet-infused vodka on his farm (Season 6 episode The Manager and the Salesman)
    • F Train To Brooklyn With Extra Bitters
      • Fake cocktail Ryan orders at Dunder Mifflin's classy Christmas party. (Season 7 episode Classy Christmas)
    • Nog-A-Sake
      • Beverage Andy orders at Benihana: one part eggnog, three parts sake. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • A One Of Everything
      • Michael's mixed drink - equal parts scotch, absinthe, rum, gin, vermouth, triple sec, and two packs of splenda. (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
    • Orange Vod-juice-ka
      • Michael's mixed drink - vodka and orange juice. (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
    • Stanley's Morning 3x5
      • Tea Pete prepares for Stanley daily - iced tea with 3 sugars & 5 creams. (Season 9 episode Stairmageddon)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • The Cece Spin And Kiss
      • Jim's daughter's ballet move. Jim: "Cece's ballet recital is today. I cannot wait. I've been working with her on her move. It's called the Cece spin and kiss. Do you want to see it? It's kind of like this. It's pretty cute, right?" (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
    • Fluffy Fingers
      • When Michael seeks Daryl's advice on how to handle Stanley's insubordination, Daryl tells him to tickle him. Daryl: "Well, see in the gang world, we use something called fluffy fingers. That's where if somebody really gets in your face, you know, just start tickling them. And he starts tickling you. You know, pretty soon you're laughing and hugging. Before you know it, you've forgotten the whole thing. Y'all can just go to church together and get an ice cream cone." (Season 4 episode Did I Stutter?)
    • The Scarn
      • Secret Agent Michael Scarn's dance, from Michael's movie Threat Level Midnight (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
  • Mix Tapes
    • Michael And Holly's Roadtrip CD
      • When corporate finds out that Michael and Holly are dating, Holly gets transferred back to her old branch in Nashua, New Hampshire, and Michael creates a CD mix for the journey. (Season 5 episode Employee Transfer)
  • Mobile Apps
    • Wuphf
      • Ryan's social media app. Ryan: "Wuphf is a site that I'm launching to be the last word in social networking. For just $12.99 a month, Wuphf links up all your communication portals So you are always within reach. It's part of the dog pack, as I call it." (Season 6 episode Whistleblower)
  • Movies
    • Boner Bomb
      • Joke movie idea that Michael makes, starring Jason Statham. (Season 7 episode PDA)
    • Koi Story
      • Joke made at Michael's expense after he falls in a koi pond - word play on Toy Story. (Season 6 episode Koi Pond)
    • Mrs. Albert Hannaday
      • Andy, Jim and Pam watch a pirated upcoming movie starring Jack Black, Jessica Alba and Claris Leachman. (Season 5 episode Stress Relief)
    • Portraits Of A Prostitute / Secrets Of A Call Girl
      • Movie Michael mentions (Season 2 episode The Secret). Michael: "I was watching Cinemax last weekend, this movie. Portrait of a Prostitute, or something. Secrets of a Call More Secrets of a Call Girl. And the lead character Shyla is framed for murder, goes on the run, and winds up working at a bordello in Malibu. I don't I don't wanna live like that."
    • The Stinger
      • Michael claims there's a movie called The Stinger with Paul Newman and Robert Redford as bank robbers, mixing up The Sting and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
    • Threat Level Midnight
      • Michael's screenplay/movie featuring secret agent Michael Scarn. (mentioned in Season 2 episode The Client, seen in full in Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Woman Stands At Desk And Works
      • Joke Michael makes. Holly: "I'm trying to adjust the lumbar support on Toby's chair, and that made this up/down lever thing not work. And then I took the whole chair apart, and that is the story of me on the floor. It's pretty good, right? I'm gonna sell the movie rights." Michael: "And the sequel, Woman Stands at Desk and Works." (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Moneyballs 2
      • Movie Andy mentions when he gets a corporate training video gig. Andy: "And this week I got a movie. HRPDC Chemical Handling Protocols. It's gonna be seen by tons of workers in the industrial chemical community, one of whom could have a cousin whose brother is Brad Pitt. And then, boom, next thing you know, I'm in Moneyballs 2." (Season 9 episode Promos)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • The Big Piece
      • Screenplay by Jim's Athlead client, professional baseball that goes by the name The Big Piece. It's a half-biopic, half-superhero movie. The mild-mannered professional baseball player Ryan Howard hits a home run into outer space, and then the ball comes back with space dust that transforms him into the Big Piece. (Season 9 episode Promos)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Hawk Transport And Courier Service
      • Michael mistakes the delivery person for a strippergram for his birthday. (Season 2 episode Michael's Birthday)
    • Prestige Direct Mail Solutions
      • Dunder Mifflin client now up for grabs after the closure of the Binghamton branch. (Season 8 episode Turf War)
  • Musicians
    • The Do-Re-Migos
      • A cappella group Dwight threatens to join at Cornell. Dwight: "Andy, I've been meaning to ask you, which a cappella group should I join? The Harmoniacs or the Do-Re-Migos?" Andy: "Assuming you had the voice to be in any of them, it's irrelevant." (Season 5 episode Employee Transfer)
    • The Grass Roots
      • Creed's band. "Turns out, Creed was in the band The Grass Roots in the 1960s. During that time, the police say, he sold drugs and trafficked in endangered species meat and stole weapons-grade LSD from the military." (Season 9 episode Finale)
    • The Harmoniacs
      • A cappella group Dwight threatens to join at Cornell. Dwight: "Andy, I've been meaning to ask you, which a cappella group should I join? The Harmoniacs or the Do-Re-Migos?" Andy: "Assuming you had the voice to be in any of them, it's irrelevant." (Season 5 episode Employee Transfer)
    • Here Comes Treble
      • Andy's college a cappella group. Andy: "I went to Cornell. You ever heard of it? I graduated in four years, I never studied once, I was drunk the whole time and I sang in the a cappella group Here Comes Treble." (Season 3 episode Gay Witch Hunt) Andy conferences the group in for backup support when he serenades Angela with Abba's Take a Chance on Me (Season 4 episode Launch Party). The next generation of the group shows up at the office and sings George Michael's Faith with another one of the original members, played by Stephen Colbert (Season 9 episode Here Comes Treble)
    • The Hunter (musician)
      • Musician, as well as his self-titled CD by Jan's old assistant, Hunter, which Jan calls an excellent songwriter - Jan plays his CD and dances at the dinner party (Season 4 Dinner Party)
    • Kevin And The Zits
      • Band Andy, Darryl and Kevin form to jam out in the warehouse. (Season 8 episode Pam's Replacement)
    • Scrantonicity
      • One of Pam's wedding band options that turns out to be Kevin's band. (Season 2 episode Casino Night) Kevin's band plays at Phyllis' Wedding (Season 3 episode Phyllis' Wedding)
    • Scrantonicity 2
      • Kevin's new band, after apparently having some sort of a falling out with his old band Scrantonicity (Season 4 episode Money)
    • Till Death Do Us Rock
      • One of Pam's wedding band options. (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
  • News Columns
    • Lighter Side Of Life
      • Column in the Scranton Times newspaper by reporter Chad Lite. (Season 3 episode Product Recall)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • The Barnacle Project
      • A non-profit organization based in Mystic, Connecticut that assists in the scraping of barnacles. (Season 7 episode The Inner Circle)
    • The Scranton Animal Welfare Society
      • Fundraiser the staff attends. (Season 8 episode Fundraiser)
  • Obstetrics
    • Dr. Rezvani
      • Pam's obstetrician. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
  • Office Products
    • Dunder Mifflin Copy Paper
      • Primary product sold by Dunder Mifflin, eventually manufactured for real, licensed by Comcast and produced and sold by Quill.com, a wholly owned subsidiary of Staples.
    • Papyr
      • Paper for women. Stanley's idea for a new Dunder Mifflin product. "It's pink, scented, and silky soft. Now you can watch the game and she can write a letter to her sister." (Season 8 episode Gettysburg)
    • Sticky Quips
      • Post-it Note type product. New from Dunder Mifflin-Sabre. (Season 7 episode The Search)
    • Weyerhammer Paper Airstream Deluxe A4
      • New product by Weyerhammer Paper. The Cadillac of paper. (Season 9 episode Paper Airplane)
  • Office Supply Stores
    • Big Red Paper Company
      • Andy's new paper company that he creates to win the Prestige Direct Mail Solutions account. (Season 8 episode Turf War)
    • Dunder Mifflin (Jupiter)
      • Fictional branch somebody makes joke about: "As you may have heard, our branch on the planet Jupiter Is up 8,000% in sales.” (Season 7 episode Costume Contest)
    • Frames Select
      • Quality Frames & Fine Art. Dwight and Jim have a meeting with Frames Select to discuss their paper needs (Season 7 episode The Sting)
    • Michael Scott Paper Company Inc.
      • Michael leaves Dunder Mifflin to create his own paper company. (Season 5 episode Two Weeks)
    • Palpabon drilling
      • Business Pam and Andy cold call to increase sales. (Season 6 episode Koi Pond)
    • Paper Great
      • During his interview, Michael admits that he's never been a big fan of the name Dunder Mifflin, and suggests a couple alternative options for the name of the company, including Paper Great (slogan: Great Paper's Our Passion) and Super Duper Paper (slogan: It's Super Duper!). (Season 3 episode The Job)
    • The Schrute-Bernard-Lapin-Vance-Stanley Paper Company
      • Dwight and his fellow salesmen threaten to leave Dunder Mifflin and start their own paper company. (Season 5 episode Casual Friday)
    • Super Duper Paper
      • During his interview, Michael admits that he's never been a big fan of the name Dunder Mifflin, and suggests a couple alternative options for the name of the company, including Paper Great (slogan: Great Paper's Our Passion) and Super Duper Paper (slogan: It's Super Duper!). (Season 3 episode The Job)
    • Weyerhammer Paper
      • Paper company that sponsors the paper airplane contest at Dunder Mifflin in an effort to get them to sell more of their new product. (Season 9 episode Paper Airplane)
  • Operations
    • Operation Overthrow
      • Project that Jim's rebel group The Fist is working on. (Season 7 episode Dwight K. Schrute, Acting Manager)
    • Operation Phoenix
      • Dwight's plan to reveal that he is the father of Angela's baby. (Season 8 episode Free Family Portrait Studio)
  • Parties
    • Dunder Mifflin Inc. Company Picnic '09
      • The annual company picnic (Season 5 episode Company Picnic)
    • The Dunder Mifflin Margarita-Karaoke-Christmas Party
      • Sponsored by Angela's Party Planning Committee. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • The Dunder Mifflin Nutcracker Christmas Party
      • Sponsored by Pam and Karen's Committee to Plan Parties. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • Lonely Hearts Convention
      • Party for Dunder Mifflin employees that are single on Valentine's Day (Season 5 episode Blood Drive)
    • Lonely Hearts Valentine's Singles Mixer
      • Party for Scranton Business Park employees that are single on Valentine's Day (Season 5 episode Blood Drive)
    • Michael Scott Paper Company Grand Opening Pancake Luncheon
      • Michael's grand opening party. (Season 5 episode Michael Scott Paper Company)
    • A Night In Morocco
      • Theme of this year's Dunder Mifflin Christmas party, organized by the new head of the Party Planning Committee, Phyllis! (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
  • Pest Control Services
    • A&J Exterminators
      • New company Dwight advertises with a huge sign over the Scranton Business Park building. (Season 7 episode China)
  • Pet Services
    • Bans Pet Grooming
      • Jim's client that Michael steals for his new paper company. (Season 5 episode Broke)
    • Griffin Pond Animal Shelter
      • Animal shelter where Deangelo tells Andy the story of how he saved Jo's dog. (Season 7 episode Goodbye, Michael)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Pizza By Alfredo
      • Apparently there are two pizza parlors in Scranton with Alfred in the name - a real life restaurant called Alfredo's Pizza Cafe (which is good), and a fictional restaurant called Pizza by Alfredo (which sucks). Michael orders pizza from the wrong one, and then proceeds to kidnap the delivery driver when he won't give them the discount he wanted. (Season 4 episode Launch Party)
  • Poetry
    • A Willing Ignorance
      • Poem by Dwight's relative Fanny Schrute, available on the website Hartfordwomenslit.com (Season 9 episode The Farm)
  • Police Departments
    • The Boring Police
      • Fictional police force from joke Michael makes at Toby's expense when he announces that he'll taking a leave of absence. Michael: "Because you've been on the lam? Because the boring police have been after you, and they finally caught up with you?" (Season 7 episode Classy Christmas)
    • Knights Of The Night
      • Dwight's volunteer crime patrol group, not. Dwight: "We're often compared to the guardian angels, but we could not be more different from them. Seriously, we are nothing like the guardian angels. I mean, broad strokes purposes, sure. Think guardian angels." (Season 7 episode Ultimatum)
  • Prisons
    • Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility
      • Prison (Season 9 episode Moving On)
  • Professional Organizations
    • The Committee To Plan Parties
      • New committee that Pam and Karen create in order to plan the Margarita-Karaoke-Christmas party, in opposition to the Party Planning Committee's Nutcracker Christmas party. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • NESA
      • North East Sales Association. Dwight wins the Top Salesman of the Year award. (Season 2 episode Dwight's speech)
    • The Party Planning Committee
      • Committee headed up by Angela, that also includes Phyllis and Pam, from various episodes.
    • The Validity Committee
      • Jim creates a committee of one. Jim: "As ranking number two, I am starting a committee to determine the validity of the two committees, and I am the sole member." (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Dunder-Mifflin Infinity
      • Ryan: "Dunder-Mifflin Infinity represents a floor to ceiling streamlining of our business model. The center piece of the campaign is a new business to business website interface that will allow us to compete directly with big box chains." (Season 4 Dunder mifflin infinity)
    • Print In All Colors
      • The Sabre corporation's minority executive training program in Tallahassee. Any sabre employee of color is welcome to apply. (Season 6 episode St. Patrick's Day)
  • Radio Programs
    • Bizwhiz
      • Radio show hosted by Iris Black, who wants someone from Dundee Mifflin to come on the air to talk about local business issues. (Season 9 episode The Boat)
    • DJ Pam Halpert
      • Joke Jim makes about leaving the party early to go home. Jim: "DJ Pam Halpert is spinning some serious Radio Disney tonight." (Season 8 episode Pool Party)
    • The Dr. Laura Show
      • Radio show hosted by Dr. Laura. (Season 9 episode The Boat)
  • Realty Services
    • Carole Stills
      • Michael's realtor, then girlfriend, then ex-girlfriend, from various episodes.
    • Simon Realty
      • Realty company where Pam interviews for a job. (Season 9 episode Moving On)
  • Recipes
    • Born Into Brothels Tandoori Chicken
      • Hollywood themed dish Kevin includes in his and Pam's Hollywood themed Ultra-feast. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
    • District 9 Prawn Thing Cake
      • Hollywood themed dish Kevin includes in his and Pam's Hollywood themed Ultra-feast. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
    • Kevin's Famous Chili
      • Kevin's chili recipe that he spills all over the floor (Season 5 episode Casual Friday)
    • Mayonnaise And Black Olives
      • Michael's mock-ice cream comfort food when he can't find any real ice cream (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
    • Ratatouille Ratatouille
      • Hollywood themed dish Kevin includes in his and Pam's Hollywood themed Ultra-feast. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
  • Rehabilitation
    • Sunrise Rehabilitation
      • Michael attempts to check Meredith into rehab against her will. (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
  • Rental Services
    • Shangri-La Tent
      • Tent company Andy researches for the wedding. Best Tentist on the east coast. (Season 5 episode Customer Survey)
  • Repair Services
    • Vance Refrigeration
      • One of the members of The Five Families, the five companies that reside at the Scranton Business Park. The five companies are Dunder Mifflin, Vance Refrigeration, W.B. Jones Heating and Air, Disaster Kits Limited, and Cress Tool and Die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
    • W.B. Jones Heating And Air
      • One of the members of The Five Families, the five companies that reside at the Scranton Business Park. The five companies are Dunder Mifflin, Vance Refrigeration, W.B. Jones Heating and Air, Disaster Kits Limited, and Cress Tool and Die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Mr. Choo's
      • Chinese restaurant where Michael eats lunch after Jim leaves him at the gas station. (Season 7 episode The Search)
  • Restaurants-Italian
    • Lasagne Tomorrows
      • Restaurant in Michael's new neighborhood. (Season 3 episode Pandemonium)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Farley's
      • Restaurant mentioned during the basketball game stakes conversation: "Loser buys dinner at Farley's" (Season 1 episode Basketball)
    • Hayworth's
      • Restaurant where Michael takes Erin for Secretary's Day, and informs her that Andy was previously engaged to Angela. (Season 6 episode Secretary's Day)
    • Mike's Cereal Shack
      • New business Michael claims he's going to start - a restaurant that serves cereal. (Season 4 episode Ad)
    • Paparazzo's
      • Restaurant where Michael takes Pam's mother for her birthday, and then breaks up with her when he finds out how old she is. (Season 6 episode Double Date)
    • Shanny O'Gannigan's
      • Irish bar. Dwight to Jim: "Got a little client meeting at Shanny O'Gannigan's tonight, But it shouldn't go all night long. So if you'd like me to, I could swing by your house So the baby can experience a strong male presence." (Season 6 episode St. Patrick's Day)
  • Schools-Other
    • The Michael Scott School Of Business
      • School Michael makes up to teach Ryan about business.(Season 2 episode The Fire)
    • Sex School
      • Andy to Angela: "I wanna take you to sex school." (Season 5 episode Business Trip)
    • X-Men School
      • Fake school from Dwight's youth. Dwight: "When I was young, I spent several years at a private school where I was told I would be taught to harness my mutant abilities. Turned out it was a conman copying Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters from the X-Men comic books. Took me years to figure out that it was con." (Season 9 episode Junior Salesman)
  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • Pratt School Of Design
      • Also known as The Pratt institute. Pam's graphic design school in New York. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
  • Serial Killers
    • The Overkill Killer
      • Dwight's serial killer name, if he were a serial killer. Dwight: "Do I believe that Michael possesses the skills to survive in a hostel environment? Let's put it this way. No, I do not. This is what a true survivorman does." 
Michael: "You simulate a disaster, like a plane wreck. You can only wear the clothes that you have on. And you can only use the stuff that you have in your pockets. Now in this case, this disaster is a serial killer, creepy guy who's abducted me, and is taking me out into the wilderness to leave me for dead." Dwight: "I would never leave you for dead. You would never escape." Michael: "Well yes, I would and I would survive." Dwight: "I'd make sure that you were dead, believe me. Then I'd remove your teeth and cut off your fingertips so you couldn't be identified. And they would call me the Overkill Killer." (Season 4 episode Survivor Man)
    • The Scranton Strangler
      • Serial killer in Scranton, George Howard skub, from various episodes.
  • Services-Other
    • The Ungrateful Biatch Hotline
      • Joke Michael makes when the client he apologizes to following the Dunder Mifflin cartoon animal sex scandal tells him she's going to call the Better Business Bureau. Michael: "Yeah, well, I'm calling the Ungrateful Biatch Hotline!" (Season 3 episode Product Recall)
  • Shoe Stores
    • Shoe La La
      • Michael's idea for a fancy men's shoe store that's just men's shoes for the special occasions in a man's life, like the day that you get married or the day your wife has a baby or for just lounging around the house. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
  • Skating Rinks
    • Skateland
      • Skating rink where Andy, Dwight and Darryl hang out. (Season 7 episode Ultimatum)
  • Social Clubs
    • Aesop's Foibles
      • Oscar's trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Aesop's Fables. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • DM Backup Team
      • The backup team... Andy splits everybody into three team for trivia night at the Liberty Well gay bar. Andy:
 "All right, we need to divide up into teams, but it's winner-take-all, so no need to divide evenly. We need an A-team, a backup team, and a just-have-fun team. So, you guys all know yourselves." (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Dunder Mifflin A Team
      • The A team... Andy splits everybody into three team for trivia night at the Liberty Well gay bar. Andy:
 "All right, we need to divide up into teams, but it's winner-take-all, so no need to divide evenly. We need an A-team, a backup team, and a just-have-fun team. So, you guys all know yourselves." (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Einsteins
      • The just for fun team... Andy splits everybody into three team for trivia night at the Liberty Well gay bar. Andy:
 "All right, we need to divide up into teams, but it's winner-take-all, so no need to divide evenly. We need an A-team, a backup team, and a just-have-fun team. So, you guys all know yourselves." (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • The Finer Things Club
      • Social club consisting of Pam, Oscar and Toby - and eventually, Jim. Pam: "We meet once a month to discuss books and art, celebrate culture in a very civilized way. Sometimes the debate can get heated, but we're always respectful. There is no paper, no plastic, and no work talk allowed. It's very exclusive." Oscar: "Besides having sex with men, I would say that the Finer Things Club is the gayest thing about me." (Season 4 episode Branch Wars)
    • Impish Impresarios
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Jason So-Gay-Kiss
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Jason Sudeikis. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Joey Triviani
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Matt LeBlanc's character Joey Tribbiani from Friends TV show. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Ladies Gaga
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Lady Gaga. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Late Onset Beiber Fever
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Justin Beiber. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Lawrence O'Trivier
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Laurence Olivier. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Queerenstein Bears
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to childrens book series the Berenstein Bears. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Two Broke Dorks
      • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to TV show Two Broke Girls. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
  • Songs
    • Achy Breaky Fart
      • Parody song Michael mentions, parody of Billy Ray Cyrus' Achy Breaky Heart. (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
    • Beers In Heaven
      • Song parody by Michael Scott, based on Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
    • Calci-yum
      • The state milk lobby's new milk awareness song featuring Phish's Trey Anastasio. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
    • Earthrise On The Moon
      • Song Gabe plays for Andy when he's puking int he toilet during his Glee party (Season 7 episode Viewing Party)
    • Goodbye Toby
      • Song parody by Michael Scott, based on Goodbye Stranger by Supertramp. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
    • Miss Chairmodel Lady
      • Song Michael and Dwight sing at the grave of the chair model that Michael falls in love with, sung to the tune of Don McClean's American Pie. "Bye, bye, Miss Chair model Lady, I dreamt that we were married and you treated me nice. We had lots of kids drinking whiskey and rye. Why'd 'you have to go off and die? Why'd you have to go off and die? You believe in rock and roll? Can music save your mortal soul? And then, can you have to dance real slow? Well, I know that you're in love with him 'cause I saw you dancin' in the gym, kicked off both her shoes, turned off her shoes, no more rhythm and blues! No verdict was returned! Rhythm and blues! This will be the day that I die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
    • My Stumps
      • Parody song Michael mentions, parody of Black Eyed Peas' My Humps. (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
    • Secretary Of Love
      • Song that Andy writes and performs for Erin on Secretary's Day. (Season 6 episode Secretary's Day)
    • Total Eclipse Of The Fart
      • Song parody by Michael Scott, based on Total Eclipse of the Fart by Bonnie Tyler. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
  • Sporting Events
    • Michael Scott's Dunder Mifflin Scranton Meredith Palmer Memorial Celebrity Rabies Awareness Fun Run Race For The Cure
      • Also known as Michael Scott's D.M.S.M.P.M.C. Rabies Awareness Fun Run Race for the Cure. (Season 4 episode Fun Run)
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Disaster Kits Limited
      • One of the members of The Five Families, the five companies that reside at the Scranton Business Park. The five companies are Dunder Mifflin, Vance Refrigeration, W.B. Jones Heating and Air, Disaster Kits Limited, and Cress Tool and Die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
  • Sports
    • Dunderball
      • Game somebody mentions when Jim goes around the office soliciting ideas for the upcoming office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Flonkerton
      • The national sport of Icelandic Paper companies, also known as Box of Paper Snowshoe Racing. Event included in the office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Hate Ball
      • Game somebody mentions when Jim goes around the office soliciting ideas for the upcoming office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Poopball
      • Sport that doesn't exist. Michael: "Okay, what is it? What can't i guess? I hate, hate, hate being left out. Whether it's not being picked for a team Or being picked for a team and then showing up And realizing that the team doesn't exist Or that the sport doesn't exist. I should have known. Poopball? Oh, man, i know how you feel." (Season 6 episode Gossip)
  • Strip Clubs
    • Banana Slings
      • Male strip club. Jim: "Michael referred me to a male strip club called Banana Slings. Instead, I called the Scholastic Speakers of Pennsylvania." (Season 3 episode Ben Franklin)
    • Curves
      • Strip club, Michael's new account. Michael: "I just got a new account. The gentleman's club in Carbondale. It is called curves. I went by there the other day. Saw some of the women walking in. Not Really my cup of tea. Actually, Kevin, you might like it." (Episode Manager and the Salesman)
    • Temptation
      • Strip club Andy wand Dwight try to talk Darryl into visiting in the middle of the day. (Season 7 episode Ultimatum)
  • Surgeons
    • Hidetoshi Hasagawa
      • Japanese janitor at Dunder Mifflin that Dwight recommends for the minority management training program, and claims to have been a heart surgeon back in Japan. (Season 6 episode Body Language)
  • Tattoo Parlors
    • Madison Tattoo
      • Tattoo shop where Andy gets his Nard Dog tattoo. (Season 8 episode The Incentive)
  • Taxi Service
    • Seminole Taxi Co.
      • Taxi service in Tallahassee, Florida. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
  • Technology Companies
    • Apex Technology
      • Dunder Mifflin customer with female employee named Gina that whose name Dwight apparently mispronounced "gy-na". (Season 9 episode The Whale)
    • Kavala Data Filters
      • Tenant listed on The Schrute Building, also known as the building formerly known as the Scranton Business Park (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Emelita Ave.
      • Street listed on Darryl's resume (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
    • Slough Avenue
      • Dunder Mifflin's address in Scranton. The original show took place in Slough, Berkshire.
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Azalea Lane
      • Street mentioned in Jo Bennet's autobiography, specifically the new version that Jim cobbles together to mess with Gabe: "Chapter one. I was born, not into luxury nor poverty, but into adversity, and for that, I thank the Lord. My father was a man. That's all we can know. After I learned to ride a bike, there was no stopping me. I would ride up Magnolia Street and down azalea Lane." (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Hanover Lane
      • Address of Secret Agent Michael Scarn's mansion, from Michael's movie Threat Level Midnight (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • I Don't Care Lane
      • Michael insult: "You want to pay 400 bucks to re-felt this table? Yeah, why don't you send the bill To 23 I Don't Care Lane, Scranton, Pennsylvania?" (Season 6 episode Happy Hour)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Oak View Place
      • Address of the house that Robert California is selling, located in Waverly, PA. (Season 8 episode Pool Party)
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Magnolia Street
      • Street mentioned in Jo Bennet's autobiography, specifically the new version that Jim cobbles together to mess with Gabe: "Chapter one. I was born, not into luxury nor poverty, but into adversity, and for that, I thank the Lord. My father was a man. That's all we can know. After I learned to ride a bike, there was no stopping me. I would ride up Magnolia Street and down azalea Lane." (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
  • Toy Products
    • Belles, Bourbon And Bullets
      • A murder mystery dinner party game. (Season 6 episode Murder)
    • Princess Unicorn
      • Dwight buys up all the Princess Unicorn dolls, the hottest toy of the season, and sells them out of the office for $200 a piece. (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
  • TV Shows
    • Handsome And Stinky: Paper Brothers For Hire
      • Joke Dwight makes about previous sales calls he and Jim have made pretending to be brothers: "I hope you've been paying your wig storage bills, Jimbo, 'cause it's time for another episode of 'Handsome and Stinky: Paper Brothers for Hire'." (Season 9 episode Suit Warehouse)
  • TV Shows-Children
    • Fundle Bundle
      • Children's TV show that Michael was on when he was a child. (Season 2 episode Take Your Daughter to Work Day)
  • TV Shows-Documentary
    • The Office: An American Workplace
      • TV documentary. "Ten years in the making, a look at the lives and lives of an average American small business office." (Season 9 episode Moving On)
  • TV Shows-News
    • Dunder Mifflin Action News
      • Joke Dwight makes when he and Michael are staking out the owner of Dunder Mifflin's house. (Season 3 episode Branch Closing)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • America's A Capella Sensation
      • Singing competition TV show. Andy: "Well, I burned all my bridges at Dunder Mifflin, and time to become the next American idol by winning America's Next A Cappella Sensation on channel TBD." (Season 9 episode A.A.R.M.)
    • Hobbies of the East
      • TV show (Season 9 episode Moving On)
    • The Real World Scranton
      • Joke Michael makes about a Scranton version of the MTV reality TV show (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
  • TV Shows-Variety
    • Slumdunder Mifflinaire
      • Michael and Holly perform sketch comedy inspired by Slumdog Millionaire at the company picnic (Season 5 episode Company Picnic)
  • TV Stations
    • Channel TBD
      • TV station. Andy: "Well, I burned all my bridges at Dunder Mifflin, and time to become the next American idol by winning America's Next A Cappella Sensation on channel TBD." (Season 9 episode A.A.R.M.)
  • Universities
    • Cor-not University
      • Joke Andy makes to Dwight. Andy: "You should be an English professor at Cor-Not University." (Season 3 episode The Merger)
    • Jersey State
      • Dwight hooks up with a member of the Jersey State varsity basketball team at the Prerogative nightclub. She mentions their next game against Conn College. (Season 4 episode Night Out)
    • Tokyo University
      • Warehouse employee Hide says he has a business degree from Tokyo University when interviewing for a new job. There's a real University of Tokyo, but no Tokyo University. (Season 9 episode Junior Salesman)
  • unknown
    • Dunder Mifflin Employees Charity Garage Sale
      • Garage sale to raise funds for company parties. (Season 7 episode Garage Sale)
    • E.G. Phylloxy
      • Tenant listed on The Schrute Building, also known as the building formerly known as the Scranton Business Park (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
  • Vehicle Models - Nautical
    • Horse Boat
      • A canoe built around your horse so you can go from riding to water travel without slowing down. (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • Aspire II
      • Andy's family's boat. (Season 9 episode The Boat)
    • Lake Wallenpaupack Princess
      • The booze cruise boat, with Captain Jack (Rob Riggle) (Season 2 episode Booze Cruise)
    • S.S. Bernard
      • Joke Andy makes when offering up a tattoo on his ass as an incentive price for the office staff to double their profits. Andy: "All right, for 5,000 points, I will let you tattoo whatever you want on the stern of the old SS Bernard." (Season 8 episode The Incentive)
  • Video Games
    • Second Second Life
      • The video game that Dwight creates within the video game Second Life. (Season 4 episode Ad)
  • Videos
    • Andy Bernard Presents: Summer Softball Epic Fails!
      • The fail video Andy makes of the office's softball games. (Season 9 episode Work Bus)
    • The Banjo
      • Video Andy posts to the Gottobox website. (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • Dunder Mifflin Scranton Commercial: The Michael Scott Director's Cut
      • Michael and team go rogue from corporate's iAd campaign and create their own commercial. (Season 4 episode Ad)
    • The Faces Of Scranton
      • For Michael's business presentation, he makes a video about the people in his office. "A Michael Scott joint.” (Season 2 episode Valentine's Day)
    • Fire In The Hole - Milkshake Vs. Old Dork
      • Video Darryl watches on website Gottobox of teen prankster doing a 'fire in the hole' - tossing a milkshake at an employee though the drive through window - but the employee is Dwight, cleaning up the milkshake that he threw at an employee a few minutes earlier. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
    • Here I Go Again
      • Michael's nonexistent HBO Special. (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • HRPDC Chemical Handling Protocols
      • Movie Andy mentions that's actually a corporate training video. Andy: "And this week I got a movie. HRPDC Chemical Handling Protocols. It's gonna be seen by tons of workers in the industrial chemical community, one of whom could have a cousin whose brother is Brad Pitt. And then, boom, next thing you know, I'm in Moneyballs 2." (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • Kontoret: En Amerikansk Arbejdsplads
      • Danish promo video for the office documentary that the staff watches on the Gottobox website. (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • Lazy Scranton
      • Video Michael makes to welcome the new members of the team. (Season 3 episode The Merger)
    • The Scranton Witch Project
      • Michael's Dunder Mifflin orientation video that Michael made when Jim was hired. Jim: "It reminds me of the orientation video Michael showed on my first day, The Scranton Witch Project." (Season 3 episode The Merger)
    • Some Memories You May Have Forgotten
      • Film Michael shows Eleanor and Chidi (Season 3 episode Pandemonium)
    • Whoaa!! Check It Out!!
      • Youtube video of Ryan being arrested for fraud. Oscar: "Ryan's big project was the web site, which wasn't doing so well. So Ryan, to give the impression of sales, recorded them twice. Once as office sales, and once as web site sales. Which is what we refer to in the business as misleading the shareholders. Another good term is fraud."(Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
  • Waste Management
    • Levitt & Withers Sanitary
      • Business listed on the sign outside the Nashua Business Park (Season 5 episode Lecture Circuit)
  • Websites
    • The Flenderson Files
      • Toby's podcast. (Season 8 episode Lotto)
    • Frankie's Dirty Jokes
      • Joke of the day email service that Michael subscribes to. (Season 6 episode Scott's Tots)
    • Gottobox
      • Website, Office version of YouTube where Jim shows parkour videos 
(Season 6 episode Gossip), Darryl watches video of teen prankster doing a 'fire in the hole' - tossing a milkshake at an employee though the drive through window - but the employee is Dwight, cleaning up the milkshake that he threw at an employee a few minutes earlier. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty), The promos for the office documentary are posted to Gottobox. (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • Hartfordwomenslit.com
      • Website featuring a poem by Dwight's relative Fanny Schrute (Season 9 episode The Farm)
    • NYCLoftLiving.com
      • Website Pam researches after the office talks about their lotto winning fantasies. (Season 8 episode Lotto)
    • www.CreedThoughts.com
      • Creed's blog. Ryan: "Last year, Creed asked me how to set up a blog. Wanting to protect the world from being exposed to Creed's brain, I opened up a Word document on his computer and put an address at the top. I've read some of it. Even for the Internet, it's pretty shocking." (Season 3 episode The Job)
  • Wedding Services
    • Ceremonial Bridal
      • Bridal shop. (Season 9 episode Finale)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Bestest Mensch
      • Schrute version of the groom's best man. (Season 9 episode Finale)
    • Brain Grandchild
      • Term Michael coins, meaning the brainchild of brainchild, referring to Dunder Mifflin Infinity, the technology overhaul project that his protege Ryan came up with. (Season 4 episode Launch Party)
    • BTB
      • According to Darryl, BTB is text abbreviation for Bring That Booty (Season 7 episode China)
    • Dinkin Flicka
      • One of the phrases Darryl teaches Michael to help with his interaction conversations, also known as "Things us negros say." (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Fleece It Out
      • One of the phrases Darryl teaches Michael to help with his interaction conversations, also known as "Things us negros say." (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Going Mach Five
      • One of the phrases Darryl teaches Michael to help with his interaction conversations, also known as "Things us negros say." (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • Guten Pranken
      • 
A good prank. Jim comes up with several as Dwight's bestest mensch. (Season 9 episode Finale)
    • Improversation
      • Michael: "My philosophy is basically this. And this is something that I live by. And I always have, and I always will. Don't ever for any reason do anything to anyone for any reason, ever, no matter what. No matter where or who, or who you are with or where you are going, or or where you've been Ever For any reason whatsoever. Sometimes I'll start a sentence, and I don't even know where it's going. I just hope I find it along the way. Like an improv conversation. An improversation." (Season 5 episode The Duel)
    • Looks Like Someone Took The Slow Train From Philly.
      • Phrase used in the Martin family (Angela's family) that's code for "Check out the slut." (Season 3 episode The Convention)
    • Perfectenschlag
      • Dwight: "The Schrutes have a word for when everything in a man's life comes together perfectly." (Season 8 episode Special Project)
    • Pippety Poppety, Give Me The Zoppety
      • Black-man phrase Darryl teaches Michael to prepare him for his salary negotiation. (Season 3 episode The Negotiation) Darryl: "And don't forget the new black-man phrase I taught you." Michael: "Pippety poppety, give me the zoppety."
    • Red-vining
      • Gay sex act. Angela: "What is it called when two men intertwine their penises like the snakes on the medic-alert bracelet? Is it called red-vining?" (Season 9 episode The Target)
    • Reverse Spit
      • Slang for get a drink. Erin: "Okay, well, I'm gonna go do another reverse spit. That's how the cool kids say get a drink." (Season 8 episode Christmas Wishes)
    • Up In My Biznezz
      • Michael: "He's alwaysup in my biznezz, which is Ebonics for being in my face and annoying the bejesus out of me." (Season 3 episode The Return)
    • W.M.F.L.
      • After their night out at the Canadian bar, Andy calls Oscar his W.M.F.L. his Wingman for Life. (Season 5 episode Business Trip)
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