A fresh and funny mockumentary-style glimpse into the daily interactions of the eccentric workers at the Dunder Mifflin paper supply company. This fast-paced comedy parodies contemporary American water-cooler culture.
When asked to present his branch's financials to the new CFO, David Wallace, Michael introduces his branch using this video.
Oscar, Angela and Kevin try to find $3000 missing from the office budget.
Kevin pursues a unique solution in an effort to pay back his looming gambling debts. Before embarking on his plan, he also asks Oscar if a number of other ideas are legal, and Oscar is exasperated after having to tell Kevin that all of these ideas are completely illegal.
Oscar has an outburst in the middle of the office and his coworkers start an investigation.
Creed decides to take up blackmail, and attempts to get money out of Oscar, Andy, Kelly, Angela, and Meredith.
Kelly and Erin form their own girl group, Subtle Sexuality, and get Ryan and Andy to assist them with their first music video, "Male Prima Donna".
Erin wants to make a career change and finds herself a mentor, Angela.
What happens when the employees at Dunder-Mifflin get creative at work? Find out in this exclusive itunes episode.
Before you dive into season 7, get caught up on everything that’s been going on at the office with this hilarious recap episode.
When Ryan decides his next great endeavor is a scary slasher movie, Kelly Kapoor, Erin, Kevin, Meredith, Creed, and Gabe all pitch in.
Gabe creates a podcast
After 11 years of filming, editing, re-shooting, and re-editing, Michael Scott finally screened his action magnum opus, “Threat Level Midnight”. The short film stars Michael as Agent Michael Scarn, Dwight as Scarn’s sidekick Samuel L. Chang and Jim as painted evil-doer “Goldenface.” It’s “Goldfinger” meets “Youngblood” meets “The Maltese Falcon,” with a twist of “Thriller.”
The latest smash single from Subtle Sexuality,...
This special one-hour retrospective features interviews with writers, producers and actors from the award-winning series. There are also some favorite moments from the series and a behind-the-scenes look at the finale.
After secret agent Michael Scarn (played by Scott) is forced into retirement due to the death of his wife Catherine Zeta-Scarn, the President of the United States of America (played by Darryl Philbin) requests that he prevent Goldenface (played by Jim Halpert) from blowing up the NHL All-Star Game and killing several hostages. Scarn goes undercover and learns how to play hockey, killing another hockey player (played by Oscar Martinez) to make it into the game, but after confronting Goldenface, he is shot. He later recuperates but learns that the President was in on it all along. Depressed, he goes to a bar to drown his sorrows. The patrons of the bar sing a song called "The Scarn" which he danced to with his wife, which cheers Scarn up immensely. With his courage restored, Scarn is able to save the day and blow up Goldenface in the process.