Dunder Mifflin makes a wish come true

“Visiting offices isn’t usually high on wish kids’ lists. Unless, of course, you’re talking about the office of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company — the setting for NBC’s hit comedy The Office. Sixteen-year-old Anna wanted to visit this office more than any place else in the world …”

Link: I wish to visit the set of “The Office”

Tipster: Elaine

35 comments

  1. What a great story…another reason why The Office is the best show on tv!

  2. That is probably the sweetest thing I have ever heard. I love how down to earth and genuine the cast and crew are. It makes me even more proud of this best show on earth.

  3. On Facebook this same girl posted even more photos in one of The Office groups and commented on some of them. It really is a great story! :)

  4. That is awesome. It’s cool that she and B.J. still talk, too. They really do seem down-to-earth.

  5. that’s an amazing story. the part where ms. fischer gave anna advice on making it in the film biz was very touching. i really do see the office cast and crew as being really down to earth…if you think about it, in its four years, there has never been anything negative said in the media about any of the cast and crew…

  6. That is such an amazing story! I am crying over here! Thank you so much to the Office cast members and crew for making that wish come true for her!

  7. As much as I love the television show “The Office,” I know my interest (a.k.a. obsession) wouldn’t be NEARLY as much if the people associated with the show weren’t as gracious and caring as they are!

    Thank you, cast and crew, for making this girl’s dream come true. You are amazing. :)

  8. This article was incredibly touching. You can just tell that the cast and crew are some of the most down-to-earth, humble people in Hollywood. I like. . .”so much about the things that you choose to be!” (Casino Night) Yay to The Office!

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