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The Office: Business School

ryan.jpgToday was a special day. Michael was invited to speak at Ryan's business school -- by Ryan. Apparently, those that invite their bosses get bumped up a full letter grade. Still not sure it was worth it.

After providing his own opening theme music (which I believe was from "Masterpiece Theatre"), he shreds someone's textbook, throws candy into the audience (I wish that would have happened in some of my classes), and finds out that Ryan thinks Michael and the rest of Dunder-Mifflin will be as dead as disco within the next 10 years. Of course, to Michael, this is as good as telling him he's going to die soon and there's no Santa Claus. In turn, he flips out on the class and banishes Ryan to the back of the office, where he must ride out the remainder of his days at Dunder-Mifflin right next to Kelly.

Still no sign of Andy, but on a similar note, Dwight did find some "animal stool" in the office. Turns out there was a bat in the house. Jim uses this opportunity to convince Dwight he is turning into a vampire: from burning his hand on cold garlic bread to checking out his possibly pointy choppers to shielding himself from the bright office lights.

We also discovered that, with no surprise, Dwight once killed his neighbor's dog. Equally no surprise: Creed is willing to help him kill the office bat -- and possibly Jim.

Pam is back with Roy. Aside from not being with Jim, it seemed like a good thing at first. She also had her first art show, and Roy seemed actually excited to go to it. This was good, since no one else seemed that excited; he was one of the few that bothered to show up (along with his brother). Oscar and his boyfriend, who called her work "motel art" (that's harsh dude!), showed too. Gee thanks for coming!

Michael, after his hard day, made an appearance, loved Pam's work and actually wanted to buy something. Hope you TiVo'd this rare moment -- Pam hugged Michael and dammit, he deserved it. He was the only one that genuinely liked her work and even gave her a dad-like "I'm very proud of you." Of course, he ruined the moment with the old Chunky-in-the-pocket. I think we all know how awkward that can be. -- Rachel Cericola


Posted by Rachel Cericola on February 15, 2007 9:22 PM
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