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THE OFFICE 2005 TV Series
  • Michael: They taste so good in my mouth.
    Stanley: That's what she said.
    (Season 3 episode Initiation - deleted scene)

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  • Trivia
    • According to Dwight's initiation quiz for Ryan (Season 3 episode Initiation): What is Michael Scott's greatest fear?
    •  He's not afraid of anything / snakes
       Women
       Loneliness
      • According to Dwight's initiation quiz for Ryan (Season 3 episode Initiation): What is the Dharma Initiative?
      •  A fictional research project featured in the television series Lost
         An American television sitcom starred Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson
         A 1958 novel by Beat Generation author Jack Kerouac
        • According to Dwight's initiation quiz for Ryan (Season 3 episode Initiation): What is the greatest danger facing Dunder Mifflin?
        •  Flash floods
           Outsourcing of competition
           Consolidation of competition
          • According to Dwight's initiation quiz for Ryan (Season 3 episode Initiation): What is the true cause of Robert Mifflin's suicide?
          •  Depression
             He hated himself
             He hated paper
            • According to Michael and Holly's Slumdog Millionaire sketch comedy act at the company picnic: Robert Mifflin had a great life. But unfortunately, had undiagnosed depression. How did he kill himself? (Season 5 episode Company Picnic)
            •  A Gun
               Brushing his teeth
               A rope
              • According to Michael and Holly's Slumdog Millionaire sketch comedy act at the company picnic: The economic downturn has been difficult recently, forcing the closures of both Camden and Yonkers, to be followed soon by what other branch? (Season 5 episode C
              •  Buffalo
                 Scranton
                 Toothbrush
                • According to Michael and Holly's Slumdog Millionaire sketch comedy act at the company picnic: Where did Dunder meet Mifflin? (Season 5 episode Company Picnic)
                •  On a tour of dartmouth college
                   Brushing their teeth
                   On easy street
                  • According to Michael's speech at Ryan's business school (Season 3 episode Business School): What are the four kinds of business?
                  •  One, Two, Three and Four.
                     There is only one kind of business. Sales.
                     Tourism, food service, railroads and sales. And hospitals and manufacturing. And air travel.
                    • According to the Q&A following Michael's speech at Ryan's business school (Season 3 episode Business School): As a company that primarily distributes paper, how has Dunder Mifflin adapted their business model to function in an increasingly paperless world
                    •  Computers are great for playing games and forwarding funny e-mails, but real business is done on paper, okay? Write that down.
                       What?
                       But we can overestimate the underestimation of decimation to the alternation.
                      • According to the Q&A following Michael's speech at Ryan's business school (Season 3 episode Business School): How can Dunder Mifflin compete against a company with the resources of a nationwide chain?
                      •  David will always beat Goliath!
                         I don't understand the question.
                         Dunder Mifflin forever!
                        • According to the Q&A following Michael's speech at Ryan's business school (Season 3 episode Business School): How far has Dunder Mifflin's Herfindahl Index declined since the merger?
                        •  Declining is only declining when inclining is not an option.
                           How's your Heisenberg Principle?
                           How's your Polack-says-what Index?
                          • According to the Q&A following Michael's speech at Ryan's business school (Season 3 episode Business School): What do you say to a customer who wants to leave you for the convenience and savings of a nationwide chain?
                          •  Don't leave us.
                             What?
                             You will miss our service and I absolutely guarantee you'll come back. But we don't want them back. They're stupid.
                            • According to the Q&A following Michael's speech at Ryan's business school (Season 3 episode Business School): What else is facing five Goliaths?
                            •  America. Al-Qaeda. Global warming. Sex predators. Mercury poisoning.
                               Superman.
                               David.
                              • In Dwight's job interview (Season 3 episode The Return): How does he describe himself in three words?
                              •  Smart. Intelligent. Smart
                                 Ready to go.
                                 Hardworking, alpha male, jackhammer. Merciless, insatiable

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