‘Garage Sale’ deleted scenes March 29, 2011 | tanster| The Office Deleted Scenes | 10 Comments Here’s the second deleted scene from The Office episode Garage Sale.Michael explores some options for popping the question. Here’s the first deleted scene. Phyllis has a spicy addition to the sale; Gabe makes it look easy. Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePinterestEmail Other posts you might like ‘Dwight K. Schrute, (Acting) Manager’ deleted scenes May 17, 2011 The Office: Here Comes Treble deleted scenes Oct 29, 2012 The Office: Special Project deleted scenes Feb 9, 2012 ‘Two Weeks’ deleted scenes Mar 30, 2009 10 comments Stapler March 25, 2011 Didn’t Jim’s comment about the ugly clown picture (“Finally…got it off the wall”) seem ad-libbed? Having that picture at the garage sale was a fun throw-back to when he bought his parents’ house for him and Pam. But wouldn’t Pam already know it was off the wall? She lives there, after all!And it was insightful to see everyone’s “junk” – gives you an extra glimpse into their lives. gordon March 25, 2011 They should have left Dwight and the pie with Stanley in. The look on Stanley was funny. Nancy March 25, 2011 I love the Gabe scene because Gabe doing Erin’s job is pretty much like me doing my own job. Kyle March 25, 2011 @#1 Yeah, that definitely sounded like John talking to Jenna. Even her laugh sounded different. michelle March 25, 2011 yeah, it sounded a lot more like John talking to Jenna, but it was kind of cute. And Gabe’s scene made me hate him even more. He’s so insulting to Erin. Kate March 25, 2011 @#1, I took it more as Jim was saying it jokingly, like, “Finally!” They laughed because it was possibly a running joke in their house. TobyFan March 25, 2011 I’m with you, gordon, Stanley’s reaction was priceless! Dan March 26, 2011 @#6 It seems a lot more likely that John, seeing a prop he probably hasn’t seen in over 2 years, would make that comment. Dadaist girl March 29, 2011 I like the second deleted scene because even though I’m happy that the Scranton gang chose to help him come up with different ways for him to propose to Holly, I like to think that at the end the idea of decorating the Annex with candles was ultimately his own. Anon April 1, 2011 Buhaha, I love Gabe. “Sealed with a Kiss. My own personal touch.” I would totally do something like that!