W: Jen Celotta, Paul Lieberstein, D: Ken Kwapis
Summary (NBC): It’s the annual Dunder Mifflin company picnic and Michael and Holly are reunited, and Michael has some big plans for her. Meanwhile, the office competes in the picnic’s volleyball tournament.
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- Writer Jennifer Celotta answers fan questions in the Company Picnic Q&A
- My week-long visit to The Office set of ‘Company Picnic’
- Happy 100th episode, The Office!
- My cameo in ‘Company Picnic’
- The Mindy Song
- Jim and Pam magazine cover
Dwight: How that horse became a doctor, I don’t know.
Michael: What’s so funny?
Pam: You had to be there.
Michael: Oh yay! Geography joke.
Pam: You don’t grab these for balance.
Dwight: You think the EPA would ever allow that much DEET?
Michael: You can go to hell. I’m kidding!
Michael: “Holly, you and I are soup snakes.”
Charles: Must be nice to get a rest from all your rest.
Michael: What is up with you two, Holly?
Michael: I’m designing a chair. It’s part of your pants. You sit down, you’re supported.
Michael: All right, fatty, I will do it.
Dude with shades: These are expensive Ray-Bans, jackass.
Dwight: You’re better than this! I am better than this.
Dwight: What hand do you use to answer the phone?
Michael: Is that cool?
Holly: Crystal cool.
Meredith: Yeah, man in!
Rolph: I don’t hear cheaters, tramps, or women who break my friend’s heart.
Michael: Could we get a DeLorean …
Holly: We haven’t found our great idea yet.
Michael: No. We’re circling it.
Rolph: They’re going to wipe their asses with your serves. Piss all over your faces!
Toby: This reminds me of the HR convention last fall.
Holly: Are you ready to play Slum Dunder Mifflinaire?
Stanley: I usually don’t enjoy the theater, but this is delightful.
Michael: Well, he’s just thinking about his own gifts.
Dwight: People need volleyball now more than ever.
Dwight: If we don’t play, then the other team wins.
Charles: Look who just woke up!
Angela: Now it’s 7-6. Or is that too much accounting for you?
Rolph: What does one fiance plus one lover equal? Answer: one whore.
Michael: We have a lot of good material for next year’s sketch.
Michael: I think we’re one of those couples with a long story.
Michael: You guys should hit the road before I close down another branch.
Dwight: How many people need to get hurt before we learn a valuable lesson? 1? 2? 3? 4? No, no, hear me out.
Jim: Hey Dwight. Send in the subs.
In a poll conducted May 14-18, Tallyheads rated this episode: 8.36/10