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office-recall.jpgCreed, Creed, Creed... Tonight we get a look into just how creepy Creed really is. Not that anyone needed that extra special peek.

A paper shipment ends up with a watermark that shows a duck doing a mouse doggie style. Although that might not be a problem for most of you, it's a nightmare for Dunder-Mifflin. The mark wasn't hard to miss either -- unless you closed your eyes or didn't do a line check. Unfortunately, this just happens to be the year that Creed has decided to blow off that task.

To cover his ass, Creed finds out who took off the week that he was supposed to go, and blames it on this poor woman's no-show. The woman, who was flu-ridden and also has four children, gets canned. Creed likens himself to a homeless man, who will do anything to survive. It's not too much of a reach, since he used to be a homeless man. And for the pièce de résistance, he also pockets the money that he collects for her farewell card.

In a typical Michael move, he calls a press conference. See, he looks at it as a chance to look good to the press... or at least to be in the press. He plans a big meeting with one of his least important clients for a big apology. Unfortunately, there's a monkey wrench -- his apology is not accepted.

Kelly gets to shine as she trains the accounting department on how to do customer service. Kevin can handle the fake accents nicely. The only one that can't seem to adapt is Angela, who can't seem to grasp that each customer needs and deserves a personal apology.

Jim and Andy team up to go to the high school, which sent out their prom invitations on said paper. I'm not even sure what the outcome was there, because it was overshadowed by Andy finding out that his girlfriend attends the school -- and is also talking to some guy.

Not to worry -- Andy didn't do anything illegal with her, except knock over a few mailboxes. Sounds like Andy's a fun date.

I can't go without mentioning the whole Jim dressing as Dwight and Dwight dressing as Jim thing. Hilarious. I just have to wonder how much Dwight spent on his outfit.

Also, Jim gets the best line of the night: "Lord, beer me strength." Here's to hoping he beers strength to all of us. -- Rachel Cericola



Posted by Rachel Cericola on April 26, 2007 9:40 PM
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Have you ever noticed that Andy from The Office and Sylar from Heroes look similar?

-- Posted by: Bryan at April 27, 2007 3:20 PM

The Jim dressing as Dwight and Dwight dressing as Jim thing was outstanding. I'm not sure who did the better job, but if I had to choose I'd go with Jim as Dwight if for no other reason than he spent less $ on his wardrobe.

-- Posted by: ransomjackson at April 27, 2007 9:31 PM

Randy: I have to agree with you, although just because Jim's Dwight dialogue was priceless.

-- Posted by: Rachel at April 27, 2007 9:43 PM

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