The Office: The Promotion, 6.03

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The Office

Writer: Jennifer Celotta, Director: Jennifer Celotta

Summary (NBC): David Wallace breaks the bad news that not everyone will get a raise this year. Dwight reaches his breaking point with Jim and looks to the rest of the office for allies. Pam would like cash instead of wedding gifts.

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The Office The Promotion rating

In a poll conducted October 1-5, Tallyheads rated this episode: 6.90/10

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The Office The Promotion quotes

Jim: Where’s the “please”? We’re not animals.

Jim: I’m just going to write “held back tears.”

Dwight: $18,000 and a chance at the title. OOH HAH!

Stanley: Can I also be a boss?

Oscar: Where would Catholicism be without the popes?

Michael: To be fair, Jimothy … that sounds weird. Are you okay with being called Jim?

Michael: I can be very surprising.

Pam: Why doesn’t Crate and Barrel let you register for a toaster full of cash?

Stanley: “If you don’t smell this, you’re fired.”

Michael: That is not the way I heard it.

Kelly: I love rivalries. Michael or Jim. Paris or Nicole. Heidi or LC.

Michael: This is Michael, Senior Co-Manager.

David: Michael, are you texting me?

Michael: All I can see is how big and gross the pores on your nose are.

Michael: You use your brain too much.

Michael: Sometimes the smartest people don’t think at all.

Michael: Con: you unzip your pants and you find that there’s a calculator down there.

Jim: This tiny sliver here is “Critical Thinking.” I made it bigger so that you could see it.

Kevin: In the memo line, I’m going to write “To love’s eternal glory.”

Pam: Oh look! “Mrs. Pam Halpert”!

Michael: Omigod are you going to make another pro and con list? I’m going to kill myself.

Michael: I can see it in your crusty little eyes that you are going to make everything perfect.

Michael: Why don’t you tell me what those are, Jim. Why don’t you enliven me.

Michael: Okay, Skippy, here we go.

Michael: This had better be terrible.

Oscar: It’s because Jim wants to give the raises to his friends and the people he sleeps with.

Kelly: What the hell? Why are you being such a jerk?

Kelly: How is that going to repair Ryan’s car?

Dwight: Her kid needs shoes, Jim!

Jim: Wow. I’m just going to rewind and back off a bit.

Michael: These are the people who will open their hearts to you. They all have heart-ons for you.

Phyllis: This isn’t a game you know, it’s our livelihood!

Dwight: People are starting to notice how terrible Jim is. It’s great.

Dwight: They determine our worth by putting beans on our faces.

Kevin: What does a bean mean?!

Jim: Michael’s my only friend left in the office. Except Pam. I think.

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  1. I really think people should re-watch this episode. Ok it is not the best ever, but is far, far, far from the worst ever. I think it’s actually a pretty strong episode.

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