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The Office, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

Steve Carell (The 40-Year-Old Virgin) stars in thi sitcom based on Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's award-winning comedy. Told through the lenses of a documentary film crew, The Office exposes the humorous and often foolish events at Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In this first season, Dunder-Mifflin Regional Manager, Michael Scott (Carell) leads the documentary team and his staff on a journey through inappropriate behavior, well-intentioned but misguided comments and a myriad of poor management techniques. Michael has no clue that his employees can barely tolerate him. In his mind, he is their guru, their mentor, and their cool friend. His staff includes his dedicated-to-the-point-of-annoying assistant, Dwight Schrute, office receptionist Pam, and likable sales rep Jim. During the six episodes of Season 1, Dunder-Mifflin tackles tough subjects including company layoffs, diversity initiatives, health care, and office alliances. Anyone who has ever worked in a "team" environment can appreciate the humor and suffering of the Dunder-Mifflin staff and The Office.

Customer Reviews

This show just gets funnier

The latest episode, "The Injury", was the funniest yet for what is quickly becoming the funniest show on TV. I just about lost it when Michael tried putting his foot in the CAT scan machine. The Office is the single best reason that my girlfriend (who rocks!) got me my video ipod. Is it really that hard for the rest of you TV writer monkeys to be this funny? The art of the sitcom may be saved yet.

Corporate Angst, American Style

Unlike the canned humor of shows like Drew Carey, this program is full of jokes that fall flat, desperate boredom, irony and angst. And it is fantastic. It is an attempt to protray the hell we all have to endure in our daily jobs. Though I feel at times it tries to be too much like the British original, it still comes off as a hilarious voyeuristic adventure in the land of corporate limbo. Steve Carrell is wonderful as the cloying and clueless boss. The rest of the cast are well-chosen too. I recommend this to anyone who has to work for The Man.

Diversity Day

All together this entire cast is funny. The characters that have the funniest lines and deliver them perfectly are Michael Scott( Steve Carrell) Regional Manager of Dunder Mifflin and his suck up co-worker Dwight K. Shrute(Rainn Wilson) the Assistant to the Regional Manager. Dwights annoyed coworker Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) finds new ways to annoy Dwight. In season one the plot lines are more about Scott, Shrute and Halpert. Season two includes more of the supporting cast. This show is hilariouis with funny writing and a new way of filming that isnt seen very often. The Office is definately a show that will please any viewer. I highly recommend the episodes "Diversity Day" and "Basketball".