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    (#2) The Banker

    • January 21, 2010

    "The Banker" is one of the most skippable episodes of The Office, as it is a glorified clip show. The plot focuses on a banker's visit to Scranton in order to check on discrepancies at Dunder Mifflin. Dwight tries to impersonate Toby, but he ultimately returns to answer the banker's questions about conflicts, romances, and prejudices among the staff. Unless you were looking for a series refresher, this one is pretty easy to skip over. 

    Most uncomfortable moment: Toby's talking head about how he doesn't know what to say to the banker, because he doesn't want to lie... or tell the truth.

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    (#12) The Meeting

    • September 24, 2009

    "The Meeting" is not a good look for most of the cast of The Office. Jim goes behind Michael's back to try to get a promotion, which results in Michael defensively lying about Jim's performance to throw him under the bus. The back and forth continues until it's revealed that David Wallace (Andy Buckley) wants to make Michael and Jim co-managers, which makes very little sense (and is later rectified once Jo Bennett, played by Kathy Bates, becomes the CEO). The other storyline revolves around Toby and Dwight mistaking Darryl's sister for him. It's not a standout episode. 

    Most uncomfortable moment: When Darryl and his sister look like they're going to beat Dwight up for saying she looks like a man.  

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    (#13) Moroccan Christmas

    • December 11, 2008

    The Office has amazing Christmas episodes, so it's easy to filter out the one that isn't up to par. That would be "Moroccan Christmas." Phyllis' first Christmas party as the head of the Party Planning Committee quickly devolves into a full-blown intervention for Meredith's drinking. The episode is as ridiculous as ever, but without the levity they usually have, since Meredith clearly does have a real problem. 

    Most uncomfortable moment: When Michael drags Meredith, a grown woman, into the rehab clinic, screaming like a child. 

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    (#6) Christening

    • November 04, 2010

    The members of the office were unenthusiastic about having to spend time at the Christening of Jim and Pam's baby CeCe, and, to be honest, so were viewers. This episode is filled with predictable plot points; CeCe's dress gets ruined, the food runs out during the reception, CeCe goes missing only to be quickly rediscovered in the loving arms of Pam's mom. Perhaps in an effort to counter the more obvious storylines, Michael and Andy make the random decision to join a church youth group on a mission to build a school in Mexico, while Toby struggles to connect with "the big man."

    Most uncomfortable moment: CeCe getting baptized in an Arcade Fire T-shirt.

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    (#3) Gettysburg

    • November 17, 2011

    The show is called The Office, so it's always risky when an episode is set outside of Dunder Mifflin. This episode finds Andy hosting an office field trip to historic Gettysburg to somehow compare selling paper to fighting in the Civil War. This trip is so unappealing, half the staff stayed back at the office where Robert California stops by to hear new ideas to help the company. Somehow, Kevin impresses him the most in a lackluster storyline about cookie placement in the vending machine.

    The episode featured one silver lining, as Gabe was mistaken for an Abraham Lincoln impersonator while at Gettysburg, but for the most part, the storylines were uninspired, boring, and predictable.

    Most uncomfortable moment: Following a montage of false alarms, Pam is once again revealed to have faked her water breaking in an attempt to get out of something in the office. The scene makes Pam and Jim – two of the series' most beloved characters – seem like selfish jerks.

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    (#5) Angry Andy

    • April 19, 2012

    Back in season three, when Andy lost his temper at the office, he was sent away to complete anger management. He ended up missing four episodes in the process. Season eight's "Angry Andy," finds the title character getting fired after having a dramatic temper tantrum, proving that violent outbursts aren't the best way to get laughs on a sitcom. So, what made Andy so angry? Nellie stole Andy's job, docked his pay, and publicly made derogatory innuendos about his sex life. Andy goes on to throw a chair at Robert (James Spader) and punch a wall, none of which leads to any laughs. Elsewhere, Kelly finds herself in a love triangle, and Jim and Pam are touched by Ryan's poetry.

    Most uncomfortable moment: Andy punching a wall for the second time in the series. 

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The Office was such a cultural phenomenon that it's entered our collective understanding of pop culture. It resonated with the audience through comedy effects and real workplace life and ultimately succeeded. But in fact, not every episode in The Office is worth watching. Considering that the episode is based on the plot, each story seems to start from the beginning, so some mistakes will naturally occur.

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