The Office Set Visit 2010

Here (finally!) are photos from my March 24-26 visit to the set of The Office. At that time, they were filming Season 6’s “The Chump” and the season finale episode “Whistleblower.”

They needed to shoot two episodes simultaneously because that was Steve Carell’s last week of shooting for the season. This means that for the three days I was there, Steve appeared in EVERY scene that was shot. That totaled to over 30 scenes and more than 30 hours on set!

60 photos of my visit start on page 2. Enjoy!


  1. this is awesome! i wish i could visit the set! but that won’t happen coz i’m only 17, at college, and live in Glasgow Scotland haha, oh well!

  2. Questions: 1st pic on page 14 – is that a pic of Steve & his Golden Globe on the ‘We Love You!’ sign? And is that Kevin Bacon in the lower right hand corner; if yes, just wondering why he’s there?

    S6 group pic: are you standing behind Paul Lieberstein?

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. That picture of Rainn and Bandit gets me everytime… hilarious lol

    also – Sasha all grown up!!! oh my gosh!! :)

  4. Thanks for sharing these, Tanster! I also rewatched “5 Minutes for the Fans” again. What great folks.

  5. What a fantastic group of people. You are one lucky lady. LOVE all the memorabilia and old props. Jenna Fischer is such a sweetie!

  6. What an awesome compilation of pictures. Thank you, Tanster, and yes, I found you in the picture! And you so deserved to be there!

  7. i love seeing any and all behind the scenes pics! is the set actually inside the building that we see as the dunder mifflin building/parking lot, or is it at a different location?

  8. Thanks for the credit shout out! Love the rest of the pics. It was great meeting you.

    [from tanster: hi melissa, awesome to meet you too! hope your video turned out great. :) ]

  9. Yay! Thanks so much for sharing all this with us. It’s so interesting to see everything from a production standpoint. I love this show! Can’t wait for the new Season!

  10. Are the actors looking to a person (for example camera operator or director) while shooting talking heads or somewhere else?

    [from tanster: yes, the writer or director is usually sitting right next to the camera operator and the actor will talk directly to him or her while doing their talking head.]

  11. I loved the photos and wonderful video! That is the nicest, most talented, most down to earth cast and crew ever (of the best show ever!) Thanks so much for sharing your amazing visit with us!

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