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The Office: Safety Training

safety.jpgAfter weeks of anger management, Andy is back -- or should I say Drew. Jim wouldn't say that, and Dwight didn't really want to say anything; he has decided to shun both Andy and his new, more calm alter ego.

After weeks of mental breakdowns, it's time for Dunder-Mifflin's Safety Training Day. Seems like a pretty timely idea, although none of the tips taught us how to protect ourselves from fists-a-flying.

Toby is supposed to lead the office's presentation. Darryl gave the warehouse briefing. Darryl was a bit on edge. Maybe it's because Michael caused him to break his ankle.

Darryl was aggravated with Michael for living the simple life -- "sitting on your biscuit, never having to risk it," he says. So Michael decides to risk it all right, by proving that suicide is just as dangerous as a bailer. Or throwing watermelons off a roof is... or something like that.

After spending a lot of time on the roof, Michael started to get depressed. Or at least he thought that he could actually jump onto a giant moon bounce and live. Darryl talked him down by telling him he's "Braveheart" for living every day as Michael Scott. It was sweet, in sort of an insulting way. Then again, which of us could be Michael?

The office sideplot this week: Kevin had a gambling monkey on his back, and decided to share it with others in the office. It started with a harmless guess of the number of jellybeans on Pam's desk, escalated to guessing a slew of Kelly cliches, and hit a highpoint with Creed completely ignoring the fact that he was eating a potato. This show really is awesome.

Not much Andy in this episode, considering he'd been gone for weeks. I have to wonder if eventually he and Dwight will become some kind of Dunder-Mifflin super team. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on April 12, 2007 9:03 PM
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1. That Bounce House was alarmingly far from the building. That seemed to be the bigger danger to me, followed by what looked like a covered top, and THEN the danger of bouncing off in another direction and going SPLAT!

2. Loved Michael's comment about finding out if the car he'd splattered with watermelon was Stanley's, and if so, his concern that it would look like a hate crime.

3. Can a bear climb a tree faster than it runs? This is news to me, and is worthy of investigation.

-- Posted by: Chad at April 25, 2007 3:20 PM

so informative, thanks to tell us.

-- Posted by: DedoVioheds at September 26, 2010 12:00 AM

so informative, thanks to tell us.

-- Posted by: DedoVioheds at September 29, 2010 7:08 PM

So-so. Something was not impressed.

-- Posted by: James at January 31, 2013 9:55 PM

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