The Office: Business Ethics, 5.03

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The Office Business Ethics

Writer: Ryan Koh, Director: Jeffrey Blitz

Summary (NBC): Following Ryan’s recent scandal at corporate, Holly holds a business ethics seminar. Jim makes Dwight comply with the company’s “time theft” policy.

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The Office Business Ethics quotes

Dwight: She’s not a virgin, you know.

Creed: The tall guy got engaged.

Holly: Pencils down! Just kidding. Take your time.

Holly: It’s going to be IN-SANE!

Holly and Michael: Let’s get ethical, ethical …

Michael: Ultimately my strategy is to sort of merge this into a relationship without her even knowing.

Kevin: Oooh, check it out: Hired Guy.

Ryan: Okay, elephant in the room. Let’s talk about it.

Michael: Good speech, Ryan. You’re a good guy.

Michael: I think we can all totally agree that Holly is totally fantastic.

Kelly: I’ll just take up smoking. I’ll do it. I don’t care.

Michael: You need to be Robin Williams and M. Night Shyamalan. You need to be Robin Shyamalan.

Michael: Lauren, enough with the pencils.

Andy: Yeah, I took Intro to Philosophy twice. No big deal.

Dwight: You’ve been cuckolded by a stronger, smarter male.

Michael: When I discovered YouTube, I didn’t work for five days. I did nothing. I viewed ‘Cookie Monster sings Chocolate Rain’ about a thousand times.

Michael: I feel very very good. And catharctic.

Michael: You are a thief of joy.

Angela: I once reported Oscar to the INS.

Meredith: Have you ever had sirloin steak, honey?

Michael: “The Merenator,” sleepin’ with suppliers.

Meredith: There’s not a lot of fruit in those looms.

Michael: We’re trying to help you, you stupid bag.

Jim: Yawn. Four seconds.

Michael: Well, well, Holly-lujah.

Michael: Would you care to bang it out over lunch?

Michael: Yeah, it’s kind of business romantic.

Jim: You know, it’s weird. It’s practically a shot-for-shot remake.

Jim: Story’s kind of bland. It’s about this guy named Dumbledore Calrissian, who needs to return the ring back to Mordor.

Jim: It’s exhausting being this vigilant. I’ll probably have to go home early today.

Michael: You have to tolerate a lot when you’re part of a family.

Jim: What were we doing for 19 minutes and 48 seconds, Dwight?

Holly: I was just hoping middle school was over.

Michael: You get me.

Michael: How do you tell somebody, that you care about deeply, “I told you so”?

Michael: Get in there right now, or I’m going to lose it!

Stanley: Amen, just keep the ribs coming.

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