The Office Webisodes: The 3rd Floor

The Office webisode series “The 3rd Floor” was written by Jonathan Hughes, Kelly Hannon, and Mary Wall, and directed by Mindy Kaling. It debuted on October 28, 2010.

Part 1: Moving On

Part 2: Lights, Camera, Action!

Part 3: The Final Product

The 3rd Floor


  1. This looks awesome. I love when they do stuff like this, a little too inclusive and outlandish for TV, but perfect for the web.

  2. @FlonkertonChamp: If you remember from “Dream Team” (I think that’s the episode where she’s introduced), her real first name is Kelly, but she asks Charles to call her Erin to avoid confusion with Kelly Kapoor.

  3. I love that “just a normal day at the office” involves three dancing scenes. This trailer seriously rocks.

  4. Are they trying to say that the Scranton Business Park building has 4 floors? I guess they’ve never really shown a full shot of the actual building on the show, so in theory it could be. Dunder Mifflin is on the 2nd floor. The real building has no windows on the third level – assume it’s because of high studio ceilings. Can’t wait to see these webisodes…they look fun!

  5. Did they push back the date? The website is saying it won’t be available until the 28th.

    It’s not nice to tease your fans, NBC.

  6. this is awesome I just love ryan and the bj novak!

    and his coat with the skeleton on it is just
    awesome too!

    where could I get it cause i’d wear it year round!

    happy halloween bj and ryan!

  7. Dang – we have to wait another week I guess. It says it plays on Oct 28, not 21 :(

    [from tanster: yeah, it looks like they postponed it for a week. but i was getting emails from NBC as late as yesterday morning that said it was going out last night. oh well. :( ]

  8. I just watched the three videos at EW–Oh my gosh, this was so stupid, and my face hurts from laughing/smiling! Ryan’s stocking cap and silver sunglasses may just be my favorite get up yet!

  9. Well, they cut last year’s Halloween sequence from the Season 6 DVD’s, but at least we get to see Kevin’s “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” costume again!

  10. Gotta say, compared to last year’s “Subtle Sexuality” this one wasn’t as fun. Pretty lame if you ask me.

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