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Rainn Wilson was featured on ABC’s Nightline last night:
Words barely describe Dwight Shrute, the suck-up salesman and assistant regional manager of the Scranton branch for the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
But Rainn Wilson, the actor who plays Shrute on NBC’s “The Office,” has a few for you. “Dweeby, fascistic, power-grubbing, hierarchical. Is that a word? Annoying and self-serious. How’s that? Those would be, those are seven words. I was counting them on my fingers,” Wilson said during an interview in his home outside Los Angeles. “And bizarre,” Wilson added. “Did I say bizarre? I didn’t say bizarre, throw that in the mix.”