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Opinion by chel1395 posted over a year ago
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Gallery Form - Best For Finding A Particular Scene
The following is a list of websites where you can find The Office screencaps.

For those unfamiliar with the terms found below: "Gallery Form" means the site has posted their screencaps in a form where you can view all of the caps without downloading (see image on right), but if you want to save an image, you must do so one by one. "Zip File Form" means the site has saved all the screencaps in one file and you can download them all to your computer. The Gallery Form works best if you are just looking for one specific scene. The screencaps listed as "HDTV" were capped in high definition and are of the best quality. Unfortunately, they are only available for a handful of episodes.

GENERAL SCREENCAPS - In Gallery Form
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Guide by tessajanuary posted over a year ago
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Our favorite office workers: Dwight, Jim, Pam, Ryan, and Michael
This list is a compilation of every working video of every full episode of The Office (US) here on Fanpop. The list shows the season, episode number and name, and the player on which each video is hosted.

I hope that this list will make it easier to find a working link to each episode.

Season 1
1. Pilot: link
2. Diversity Day: link, link
3. Health Care: link
4. The Alliance: link
5. Basketball: link
6. Hot Girl: link

Season 2
1. The Dundies: link
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Opinion by Temptasia posted over a year ago
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What if I told you you could experience and even participate in "The Office" all summer long? Would you want to? Well you can!
link is an online brach of Dunder Mifflin! I am the Regional Manager and it is my personal goal to make sure you suceed at link

Here are just a few of the the fun things you will get to do if you join us:
-Complete fun weekly tasks to earn Schrute Bucks. A few tasks we have completed in the past are:
*Make Creed Younger
*Office Golf Game
*Finding Out If You Are Dwight's Perfect Companion
*Designing Uniforms For Your Branch
*Making Movitational Posters
-Use Schrute Bucks to buy items for our desk or gifts for each other.
-Talk to and meet other Office fans just like yourself!
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Opinion by ilovehinder posted over a year ago
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Goodbye, Toby. *Image thanks to chel1395
Other than Night Out, Dinner Party, and Fun Run, it was HORRIBLE. I hated it and was completely disappointed because it was starting to be just like every other show on TV and not different in its little Office kind of way. It was losing its unique quality that no other show has. We lost Pam's hair, Jim and Pam got together so there wasn't the they will, they won't sexual tension that everyone loves, Dwight and Angela broke up, breaking the hearts of many Dwangela fans such as myself, Micheal and Jan broke up, and then they began to bring in random ideas out of nowhere like in Local Ad and Did I Stutter?. It all got on my nerves and I began losing faith in the show, but then, after seeing Job Fair, I totally took back everything I said about the show being ruined because it made up for all the horrible episodes, and after watching the season finale just now, it's my favorite season next to season 2 (nothing will EVER beat season 2 no matter how Office-ly awesome it may be). But anyways, Goodbye, Toby was just the perfect way to end the season. A pregnancy, a proposal, a new character, a character gone, a love triangle,...
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Opinion by theraconteur posted over a year ago
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Some may disagree with this, but I hate the way Toby was written off the show. Since the last half of the third season, the writers have made Toby more pathetic, desperate and creepy in each episode. I know Paul Lieberstein is a producer and writer for the show, so I may be off base. Even if Paul did want to stay behind the scenes, I think he could have been phased out with more finesse.
In season two, Toby gradually got more screen time. He was always my favorite minor character, along with Darryl, because they were voices of reason against Michael's crazy antics. I never thought Toby seemed very depressed because of his divorce. Michael tried to make him seem pathetic, but I never thought he was...at least, not any more than any other person after getting divorced.
This season the writers turned Toby's small crush on Pam into a creepy obsession. It really threw his previously established (season 1-mid season 3) persona in the crapper. His actions this season didn't seem believable.
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Opinion by Temptasia posted over a year ago
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I thought I would compile a list of all the Office related Fanpop spots for easy access. If I have missed any or if you make a new one please comment on this soapbox with it’s name and url!

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Opinion by chel1395 posted over a year ago
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Summary: In ‘Night Out’ we heard that Michael has been going on some really bad dates, but we didn’t get to see them. Thankfully, I happen to know one of the cameramen and he let me watch footage from three of Michael’s dates. The following is a transcription of the video for your reading pleasure. :D

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DATE #1

(Michael is standing outside Poor Richards)

Michael: (to the camera) So, this is my first real date since Jan and I broke up. Her name is Helen and she’s the daughter of one of my mom’s friends. So...yeah.

(Michael turns and walks into the bar. The camera pans around the bar. A young brunette woman is sitting at a table. She waves at Michael. Michael turns to look at the camera and smiles)

Michael: Not bad looking. (He turns back around, but is startled by something he sees over at the bar.) Ugh.
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Opinion by Gstine posted over a year ago
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Looks familiar, right?
Like most Office fans, I was enthralled by the early series chemistry between Jim and Pam. It was a huge part of why I started watching the show. However, since they've started dating, I feel like their relationship has lost some of it's appeal to me. OK, I'll be honest: It's lost all of it's appeal.

I feel like the writers are struggling to keep things interesting. The hint of a marriage proposal mere months after getting them together seems to me like a desperate attempt at creating some kind of drama/suspense in an otherwise drama/suspense-free relationship.

It's a problem that has plagued television ever since Sam and Diane. When you base your main love interest on "Will they/won't they?" tension, how do you keep things interesting once you've gotten them together? Cheers never fully recovered from Diane leaving the series. Friends had to break Rachel and Ross up and get them back together, ad nauseum.

I feel like a bit of a hypocrite for even writing this because I wanted Jim and Pam to get together as badly as anybody else. However, now that they actually are together, I feel like it's become too much of a good thing... like that time...
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Opinion by chel1395 posted over a year ago
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Summary: This is a diary entry written from the point-of-view of one of the cameramen. Despite the fact that he is always in the offices of Dunder Mifflin Scranton, we never get to hear from him...until now. This entry is pertaining to scenes from the Night Out episode. There are no pictures because I wanted to preserve the feeling that you are reading a diary.

DIARY ENTRY (April 26, 2008):
11:45 p.m. -- There are worse things to be doing on a Friday night than sitting in a crappy New York City apartment, watching three grown men sleeping while police sirens go off in the background. I can’t think of any at the moment, but I know there have to be some. Earlier in the day, Michael and Dwight had decided to drive up to New York City and meet Ryan at a nightclub. Actually, “meet” probably isn’t they right word. They called Ryan’s secretary to find out where he would be and kind of just showed up. Despite the fact that he hadn't invited them, Ryan seemed thrilled to see both Michael and Dwight. There were awkward hugs all around and then Ryan introduced them to his friend, Troy. Troy, I might point out, is very short. While most people would have...
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Opinion by chel1395 posted over a year ago
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Summary: This is a diary entry written from the point-of-view of one of the cameramen. Despite the fact that he is always in the offices of Dunder Mifflin Scranton, we never get to hear from him...until now. There are two entries, both pertaining to scenes from The Chair Model episode. There are no pictures because I wanted to preserve the feeling that you are reading a diary. Plus, I'm lazy.

DIARY ENTRY (date unknown):
10:30 a.m. -- Once again, I find myself with plenty of free time on my hands. For the last thirty minutes, Michael has been staring at a page in a catalog. Pam gave the catalog to him so he could pick out a new office chair and he appears to be enthralled with one specific item. It looks like he has a thing for the woman sitting in the chair, but I’m hoping that’s not the case. What kind of idiot would get a crush on a woman in a product catalog? Even though my hand is starting to cramp up, I keep the camera trained on Michael should anything interesting happen. I’m not foreseeing much.
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Opinion by 75Claudia posted over a year ago
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Jim: Michael has asked Pam and me to dinner at least 9 times. And every time we’ve been able to get out of it. But I’ve got to give him credit, he got me. Because I’m starting to suspect that there was no assignment from corporate.

That was the first laugh for me. Poor Jim was caught off guard. Michael was very much Michael when he faked the call to corporate. I find it funny that Kevin and Creed seem to buy it without question. lol

This was a great come back episode though I am not sure that I was left wanting more because it was so long since the last episode or because it was such a Jam filled episode. Oh I didn’t mean “JAM” filled, I meant chocka block. ... Full on …you know what I mean ;)

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I have to at this point mention Dwight. Poor poor Dwight… Congratulations Universe YOU WIN ..I feel sorry for Dwight!

First he had to endure Michael leaving him out like he was a spare tire just because there were only an even amount of wine glasses (right!) Then as if the “singledoom” shunning wasn’t enough he had to watch Andy and Angela ( AA? or Andgela? or Ajerk and Angela?.... (...
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Opinion by chel1395 posted over a year ago
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Summary: This is a diary entry written from the point-of-view of one of the cameramen. Despite the fact that he is always in the offices of Dunder Mifflin Scranton, we never get to hear from him...until now. This entry is dated the day of Michael and Jan's dinner party. There are no pictures because I wanted to preserve the feeling that you are reading a diary. Plus, I'm lazy.

DIARY ENTRY FOR APRIL 10, 2008:
It’s about 11:30 at night and Joe and I are parked outside Schrute Farms, watching as Dwight and Michael go into the farmhouse. Dwight’s cousin, Mose, is peeking out of the barn at us. The last time we were at Schrute Farms he threw manure at us, so we keep our distance. Joe is already starting to doze off in the passenger seat, but I continue to aim the camera at the farmhouse, just in case Michael should coming running out. Dwight’s home is hardly what I will call conducive to sleeping and Michael seems the type to be easily rattled by strange noises. After spending so many years watching these people, I have gotten pretty good at gauging how they will react in a situation. So, as I wait to see if Michael will make it through the night, I think...
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Opinion by _lina_ posted over a year ago
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Rumours have been swirling in the medical world of a new and extremely catching disease: Officeonitis. Cases are popping up around the globe, faster than would be believed possible. Scientists are working frantically for a cure, but so far, none has been found, and numbers of those willing to try are dwindling as more and more succomb to this sickness.

It presents itself in a mild to serious case of obsessive behaviour. Those infected are known to spend hours every day on web sites, trying to satisfy their hunger for more Office news. Withdrawal results in daydreaming, the inability to concentrate, and restless behaviour. Officeonitis can affect anyone, and there have been cases reported of Officeonitis in children as young as 2. Symptoms include, but are not limited to:

1. A squeal of delight whenever the date of April 10, 2008 is mentioned.

2. Beginning every question asked with the word "Question."

3. Shouting the words "That's what she said!" after any statement that could be considered a sexual innuendo.
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Opinion by jamislife posted over a year ago
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Dwight. A name full of bravery and wonder.

Kurt. A name that means business.

Schrute. A name that produces very thirsty babies.

Fact: These names together make an american hero.

Work Life: For a man as young as he is, Dwight has accomplished more in life than many co-workers his age. First off, Dwight makes it known that he is the top salesman in the company. this didn't come easy, it took a lot of persistence and hard work. and with hard work comes rewards. Dwight may be a salesman, but he is also assistant regional manager. (He was assistant to the regional manager, but was promoted when he was beaten by Michael in a fight.) Not only does he help the paper world, he helps battle crime. As a Lacawanna County volunteer sheriff, he makes a difference in the world. He almost caught a flasher and almost caught a pot head when he found a joint in the parking lot. "what more can this man do?" you might wonder. Well, along with having a beet farm, he and his cousin Mose Run a bed and breakfast. this bed and breakfast even got a great online review.
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Opinion by katiemariie posted over a year ago
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As you all know, the Office is not like most shows on television. Most of you probably believe the Office is groundbreaking for its revitalization of the sitcom genre on American television but I’m betting you haven’t considered the other ways the Office has broken boundaries. Well, I have (mostly in the shower). I’ll be posting a series of essays (ramblings) on the subject.

First up is Oscar.

While gay men have become increasingly present in American television shows over the past fifteen years, none of them have been quite like Oscar. Oscar is not stereotypically flamboyant and shallow (Jack from “Will & Grace”). He does not have a glamorous life with a high paying job (Will from “Will & Grace”). He does not live a large metropolis (the men of “Queer as Folk,” Stanford and Anthony of “Sex and the City”). He isn’t the sidekick of some sassy single gal (Will, Stanford, Anthony). He isn’t closeted (Geoffrey Jellineck and Chuck Noblet of “Strangers with Candy”). He doesn’t go clubbing (men of “Queer as Folk”). He doesn’t appear to have any strange kinks (Mr. Slave and Mr. Garrison of “South Park”) but who...
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Opinion by jamfan4 posted over a year ago
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I found a song that I think would be great to put along with a JAM fanvid. So here it is, along with the lyrics. My suggestions are in parentheses & italics.

Michael Buble - Everything lyrics

You're a falling star, You're the get away car.
You're the line in the sand when I go too far.
You're the swimming pool, on an August day.
And you're the perfect thing to say.

And you play it coy, but it's kinda cute.
Ah, When you smile at me you know exactly what you do. (Insert an adorable Pam smile here, possibly followed by an adorable Jim smile)
Baby don't pretend, that you don't know it's true.
Cause you can see it when I look at you.

[Chorus:]
And in this crazy life, and through these crazy times (Insert something involving Michael/Dwight because they are, after all, crazy.)
It's you, it's you, You make me sing. (Insert Jim/Michael kareoke moment here)
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Opinion by 75Claudia posted over a year ago
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I have an activity in mind that I think you will all enjoy (TWSS) ... oh yes I am going to keep it up all week ( TWHS)

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I am in the midst of making a super cool Office Fandom Vid and I need your help!

I would like to invite you all to join the fun.

To participate all you need to do is send me through a youtube link or email me at claudia.bianchi@carter-spencer.com with movie file.

The clip you send me should have you quoting your fave That's what SHE said line!!

Be sure to complete the phrase with the famous That's what SHE said!

I will then mash the clips together with a little movie magic.

So have fun with it. Do it as many times as you like (That's what she said!)

The more I has to work with the better... lol

Once I complete it I will post it EVERYWHERE and send it to the cast and crew. It will be our way of letting them know that we still love them and can NOT wait for more Office episodes.... Can you even imagine a world with no Michael Scott - gasp or no more TWSS lines?
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Opinion by 75Claudia posted over a year ago
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After a LONG HARD think about how we can get the O (oh yes) back in the OFFICE fandom a thought PENETRATED through!

YES! YES! YESSSSSSSSSSS! its time for
THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID WEEK!

Dates: 24th Jan 08 to 31st Jan 08 - Yes Office Thursday to Office Thursday!

A week may feel like a long tim but we really think that no one would really appreciate an office quickie – redact that most of you would!

I have faith however that we can ride hard through a week of Office FUNTIVITIES!

I jumped online and asked for a little help from my friend Nette!

Together we present all you Dunderheads with a week of if you see it rockin don't come knocking office pleasure that we are sure even Kevin would get excited about!

Please join us in celebrating The Office, Dunderhead style!

Here are some things that you can DO to celebrate Funtivities Week!

1. Change your icon or def pic to an Office themed picture and match it with a TWSS line.
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List by Snerkie posted over a year ago
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Right well I like looking at everything online and I stumble upon a lot of clothing and noticed some Office themed ones so thought I'd post for the fans what I've found :) (I know "That's What She Said" isn't created by The Office but it's said a lot so yeah)

That's What She Said
Price: $20.95-$22.95
Sizes: Male S-3XL : Female S-XL
Where at: link

That's What She Said
Price: $16.95-$18.45
Sizes: Male S-3XL : Female S-XL
Where at: Snorgtees (link and link)

That's What She Said
Price: $17.99
Sizes: Male S-3XL : Female S-L
Where at: Busted Tees (link and link)
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Opinion by jamfan4 posted over a year ago
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I am fully aware that chel1395 already wrote an article like this. I thought it was brilliant, so I wanted to write my own. I am not taking credit for her idea in any way, shape, or form. I just thought it was a great one, so I am writing my own letter. :)

Dearest The Office,

Until the writers are paid, I will feel an emptiness in my heart every Thursday. You are my favorite show and have been for a number of years. I want you to know that this letter is NOT saying goodbye. I also want you to know that I do realize how insane it is to write a letter to a television show and its characters. However, I am home sick and bored out of my mind, so here goes...

Michael Gary Scott: You goofy idiot. You're a loveable dumbass. You have very little class at all, as we have observed through your Hooters obsession ("I'll have the chicken breast, hold the chicken.") your inexplicable attacks towards Toby ("I hate so much about the things that you choose to be.") and your overall uncouth-ness in general. I think you and Jan make a great couple in the most messed-up way possible. If you break up with her, please let it be because of...
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Opinion by Temptasia posted over a year ago
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Ah Ha! I was taking screen shots of the Diversity Day episode and I found the Dunder Mifflin Mission Satement on an easel in the background when Kevin is imitating the Chris Rock routine. I may be the only one who finds this interesting, but I made out what it said! The following is the official Dunder Mifflin Mission Statement!

Mission Statement
Dunder Mifflin Incorporated provides its customers quality office and information technology products, furniture, printing values and the expertise required for making informed buying decisions. We provide out products and services with a dedication to the highest degree of integrity and quality of customer satisfaction, developing long-term professional relationships with employees that develop pride, creating a stable working environment and company spirit.

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Opinion by jenniferm posted over a year ago
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My favorite character has got to be Jim not only for the extreme hottness factor, but I feel he is the most relatable. Everyone out there has a Jim or knows a Jim and if you haven't met him yet I hope you do soon! I've listed my top ten favorite Jim moments that I feel best represent why he is my favorite:

10) Those ADORABLE "looks" he gives the camera. You know the ones! John does them so well and I love them because it makes you feel kinda like you're there at Dunder Mifflin and not watching it on your TV.

9) He genuinely cares about his co-workers (not just Pam!) He cheered them on during the office olympics and he even took care of Dwight when he got that concussion. No matter how many jokes he plays on Dwight and Andy he still always manages to show a softspot for them at one point or another.

8)I especially loved when he sang "Islands in the Stream" with Michael because he felt sorry for him that he was singing a duet pathetically by himself because nobody else would sing with him.
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Opinion by jamfan4 posted over a year ago
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This is a letter I am writing to NBC expressing my outrage towards the strike. Please give me your opinions!

Dear NBC Official,

    I am a large supporter of the writers’ strike. I was outraged to find out that such amazing writers as Michael Schur and Mindy Kaling are not being fairly compensated for the episodes you post online or put onto DVDs. If incredible shows like The Office and Saturday Night Live are going to suffer, so will your ratings. Fans like me will not watch whatever you throw at us.
    I am positive this is not the first letter you have received regarding the strike. You are going to lose respect, viewers, and (most importantly to you), money. In order to support their favorite shows, people will stop buying DVDs and using your website. I used to use nbc.com. It was very convenient for me to be able to catch up on my favorite shows until I learned that the writers were not getting a cent of the ad revenue.
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Opinion by chel1395 posted over a year ago
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I approach this letter as if I was writing the eulogy for a friend who has recently passed on. While I know that this is one instance where my “friend” will eventually crawl out of their grave and come knocking on my door, I am still in a period of mourning. Even when you know your friend will be coming back, it is still painful to think about being without them. And that is what The Office is to me, in a way…a wonderful friend. I’m constantly developing deep (bordering on psychotic) ties to certain television shows, so it’s no real surprise to me how deeply affected by the writer’s strike I am. However, to really come to terms with the extended hiatus of The Office, I need to write this letter and say my goodbyes.


Goodbye Michael. I will miss your offensive remarks, your idiotic actions and your perpetual inability to act like an adult. Even now, I must suppress an urge to scream “that’s what she said.” I will miss your sweetness and your desperate need to be loved by all. Yes, Michael, you are needy…accept it. And I’m still doing my best to locate your missing turtles. It doesn’t look good though.
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Opinion by 75Claudia posted over a year ago
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Good morning all,


I really wanted to do the right thing by the Office writers and the entire show so asked the question - Will boycotting DMI really support the WGA? Or will it harm the show if everyone resigned (Would it look like we dont like the show?)

I used every skill Dwight taught me and tracked down 'the office' digital writer.

Okay Dwight didn't really teach me anything useful so I had to ask Gene Stupnitsky (Writer and Producer) who told me who is the Digital Writer and how to contact him (lol)

His reply:

[i]Hi Claudia,

First of all, this doesn't sound silly at all. I'm glad to hear that you're managing Independence and I hope you're enjoying DMI so far. In answer to your question, boycotting the game will not help the strike at all. The issues that the WGA is striking over deals with scripted content and DMI doesn't have any scripted content (for right now, at least) so there is no overlap with the WGA issues. Please tell your employees that they're free to leave if they're not enjoying the game, but a boycott doesn't actually accomplish anything besides depriving them of...
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