The Office: Junior Salesman, 9.13

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The Office: Junior Salesman

Writer: Carrie Kemper, Director: David Rogers

Summary (NBC): Dwight brings back old friends — David Wallace tasks Dwight with finding a new part time salesman to fill in for Jim. Dwight assembles a super-team of his cronies, starting with Mose. Pam tries to figure out who will be her new desk mate. Erin tries to find her birth parents with Pete’s help.

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The Office Junior Salesman rating

In a poll conducted January 31-February 4, 2013, Tallyheads rated this episode: 7.20/10

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The Office Junior Salesman quotes

Meredith: Hey, Boom Guy, when are you going to boom me?

Dwight: Finally, I’ll have someone in my desk clump who gets me. It’s like, really, Jim? You don’t understand the difference between a slaugterhouse and a rendering plant? Uh, remind me to not lend you any dead cows or horses!

Clark: I went above and beyond. And under.

Clark: I thought this was an office. Not the Thunderdome.

Dwight: No longer a Pam Jim alliance against Dwight. Now it is Dwight and a friend axis against Pam.

Clark: I’ve been working here 12 weeks. That’s a full season of Homeland.

Clark: That’s like Roald Dahl.
Rolf: Go to hell.

Rolf: I hope you like Norwegian black metal. Because I don’t do ear buds.

Dwight: Trevor’s next, and he’s a real professional. You say jump, and he says, on who.

Jim: Do people like sitting next to you? You’re clean, right?
Clark: Dove Men.
Jim: Nice.

Jim: I need you to breathe in my face right now.

Dwight: I can’t hire Clark. He looks like a Schrute, but he thinks like a Halpert, and he acts like a Beesly.

Clark: I’d Kobayashi Maru it.
Dwight: Damn it. Perfect answer.

Stanley: This… is not natural.

Dwight: I’ve got big expectations, Mose-wise.

Babysitter Melvina: He was a passionate lover and the sweetest little baby!

Babysitter Melvina: You went to X-Men School, too?

Angela: I don’t want to sit next to any of those people for the next 20 years.

Pam: I’m in a position where I’m rooting for Nate. And that just feels wrong.

Pam: I have some pointy trees that I need to round off.

Cousin Zeke: It’s dense. Like bread.

Dwight: Nate is a proven entity, but not without his handicaps — hearing, vision, basic cognition.

Melvina: Do you need to be changed?
Dwight: I do that myself now.

Jim: if I’m not looking south, I’m not living.

Dwight: I guess I just have higher standards for my work colleagues than for my friends.

Jim: I knew it! You designed a uniform for Dunder Mifflin.
Dwight: Summer, winter, jungle, formal.

Clark: I’m sorry. You gotta be this cool for coffee.

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