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The Office: Job Fair

kevin.jpgThere was a lot of schoolin' in this episode.

First Michael took a crew to the high school job fair. His group included:

• Michael, to instruct the kids about management and sales.
• Oscar, for accounting.
• Darryl, for the warehouse.
• Pam, for the eye candy.

They want to get some fresh blood, to youthanize (or possibly euthanize) the Dunder-Mifflin offices. Unfortunately, four people sitting at a completely blank table with a single white piece of paper on it doesn't put asses in the seats like it used to, I guess.

Speaking of doing things like they used to, Jim took a new approach to sales. After getting bitch-slapped by Ryan last week, he hit the golf course to score new clients. He took an extremely bad and gimpy Andy, and Kevin, who appears to be expert in Skinnies, Acey Ducey, Bingo, Bango, Bongo, Sandies, Barkies, Arnies, and Wolfe, among others. [Please forgive the spelling on that one.]

With so many people out, everyone else in the office wanted to play hooky. Stanley made it out (remember -- no one messes with Stanley). The rest were forced to stay, less have Dwight tattle on them.

Eventually everyone left, except Dwight and Angela. Aside from an awkward moment at the copy machine, it seemed like a lost opportunity for some rekindled romance -- or at least some sort of interaction.

If you stayed through to the very end, you saw Pam inquiring about a graphic-design job. The guy informed her that if she's serious, she should be in New York or Philadelphia. Are Jim and Pam moving? Are they the spin-off? More importantly, if you need to be in one of those spots to be serious, what the hell was that guy doing at a Scranton high school job fair?

Next week is the big one-hour season finale. Does anyone else smell a proposal? See you then. -- Rachel Cericola


Best Line: "Say, we're going to ditch this bitch... you in?" â€" Creed

Best Moment: When Michael took the microphone and the floor during the high school job fair.

Best Revelation: When Michael says he would never tell Pam to her face that, "she is a good person and a gifted artist."

Posted by Rachel Cericola on May 8, 2008 9:59 PM
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