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Writer: Justin Spitzer, Director: Charles McDougall
Summary (NBC): Michael gets excited when he’s invited by David Wallace to be honored on stage at the Dunder Mifflin shareholder meeting in New York, and he brings Andy, Dwight and Oscar along for the ride. Meanwhile, Jim has a hard time getting Ryan to do work.
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The Office Shareholder Meeting quotes
Dwight: Recyclops will drown you in your overwatered lawns.
Dwight: Recyclops will have his revenge.
Dwight: Recyclops destroys!
Stanley: I thought you were killed by Polluticorn or something.
Jim: God bless you, Recyclops, and your cold robot heart.
Andy: Ladies and gentlemen, from Scranton, Pennsylvania, please welcome Michael “The Machine” Scott!
Pam: Don’t do the twirl.
Phyllis: Lose the twirl.
Dwight: Twirl sucks.
Kevin: Michael, I hated the twirl.
Andy: Hate the twirl.
Michael: It’s not even a twirl, it’s a spin. I might do the spin.
Michael: And in this case, I think we are celebrating me.
Erin: It’s like what high school kids take to prom on TV shows.
Michael: Hate to break it to you, Oscar, but some of us like boobs.
Dwight: Calves. Calves all the way.
Ryan: I’ll use it when you’re done.
Oscar: The Dunder Mifflin stock symbol is DMI. Do you know what that stands for? Dummies, morons, and idiots.
Michael: That’s bigger than my bed.
Michael: Say your name is Zamboni, and then I will say, “Well, we’re sort of on thin ice.”
Michael: Continue to call me Mr. Scott.
Dwight: I got a shirt guy.
Dwight: How is he gonna have grandkids?
Michael: What about Madonna? Obama twins?
Security guy: We’re not supposed to talk about it. Nelly Furtado.
Michael: This is not as much fun as I thought it would be.
Dwight: Oh I’m sorry, were you raised in a household with no consequences?
Dwight: If onlys and justs were candies and nuts, then every day would be Erntedankfest.
Phyllis: Bob took me to Capello’s. We got a little tipsy.
Phyllis: Sorry. I’m plastered.
Pam: Stuff gets around. I don’t participate.
Pam: I forgot I have to support him no matter what. Close one.
Andy: In high school, I organized a walk-out over standardized testing.
Andy: I feel lachrymose.
Ryan: Do you love her, or do you love the idea of her?
Jim: Well, that was apple picking day. There’s no need to yell that day.
Michael: It’s a 45-day, 45-point, one point per day, we get to 45 points, we’re back in business! And you can take that to the bank! And limo lady? We’re going completely carbon-neutral!
Michael: I love you, New York!
Ryan: Well I’m glad you’re finally being proactive, Jim.
Michael: He knows economics as well as he knows bullfighting.
Jim: For a job well done. Well … not done.
Jim: You’re a good kid. You know what, it’s gets bigger once you’re in there. Enjoy it!
Ryan (from closet): Is there Internet?
Michael: Well … that was a waste of a text.
Congressman: He’s our best manager? Where’s the off button on this moron?
Michael: I have personally won over 17 Dundie Awards. So I am not a moron.
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