The Office: Job Fair, 4.17

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The Office

Writers: Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky
Director: Tucker Gates

Summary (NBC): Jim hits the links with Andy and Kevin to try and land his biggest client ever. Michael sets up a booth at a local job fair to find “the best and the brightest” for Dunder Mifflin’s summer internship.

The Office Job Fair extras

Writer Lee Eisenberg answers fan questions in the Job Fair Q&A.

The Office Job Fair rating

7.82/10

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The Office Job Fair quotes

Michael: Wanna get some fresh blood, youthanize this place.

Kelly: Omigod, Darryl, you look like Barack Obama. Everybody, I’m dating Barack Obama.

Dwight: Maybe he’s going to church. Or court.

Darryl: Figured I’d look presentable. You … went a different way.

Michael: Pam will be eye candy.

Jim: I am about to do something very bold at this job that I’ve never done before. Try.

Michael: A blank sheet of paper equals endless possibilities.

Andy: Got my knot on.

Creed: I finished my work months ago.

Dwight: I will tell on you.

Michael: You could be a classy janitor or a cashier with dignity. Or a migraine worker.

Michael: Maybe for you, paper should be more of a hobby.

Darryl: The booth is lame without it.

Pam: And then you sneezed in my tea and then you said, don’t worry, it’s just allergies.

Michael: Thank you, Dateline.

Creed: Hiya, Pumpkin. It’s Creed.

Creed: Say, we’re going to ditch this bitch. You in?

Creed: Pumpkin’s out! Let’s go, gang!

Michael: Yes. And don’t call me Shirley.

Pam: I could have just had them fax it to me, I guess.

Jim: Oh, I like you.

Phil: It’s not in the stars, Jim.

Andy: I fell in the sand trap.

Michael: He’s the most important thing in my life right now.

Michael: This is Darryl Philbin. Isn’t he big?

Michael: She will do you.

Michael: I would never say this to her face, but she is a wonderful person and a gifted artist.
Oscar: What? Why wouldn’t you say that to her face?

Justin: You were, you were kind of a jerk to me.

Michael: H&R Block? C’mon! I mean, I don’t even know what they do.

Michael: Air Force is cool.

Michael: He chooses to work here, selling paper. Just like me.

Michael: Yeah. Kiss her. Kiss her good.

Pam: New York or Philadelphia.
Impulse Design guy: That’s where the action is.

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340 comments

  1. Wow, I thought Michael had started to redeem himself last week, but he is acting like a total fool in this episode and not in a funny way. What a disappointment.

  2. Ok, the episode just started, and I am loving it!!! It may be one of the funniest this season… We’ll see… :)

  3. ah hahaha! ” remember you said PAM PAM PAM PAM! and then you sneezed in my tea …” i love it!

  4. Whoa, steamy Jam kiss! Good episode I loved that Dwight and Angela were stuck alone together. Andy in the golf cart and “it was only allergies” were also hilarious.

  5. After watching the episode, I have just one word:

    “Meh.”

    By the way, I’m sure the JAMmers are going to go crazy about how amazing this episode was. Sorry, it wasn’t. It wasn’t good. It wasn’t bad. It was just…

    meh.

  6. Ohhhhhh what a kiss! And Michael, sweet moment, followed by creepy moment. Perfection.

  7. not going to lie. i kinda felt like nothing really happened in this episode.

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