Contest: Dead or Alive (Take Two)

Note: There was a glitch in the way entries were validated in the previous post, so we are starting over here. Sorry for the inconvenience!

How to play

Add a comment to this post with the following items:

  • The name of a real person, dead or alive, spoken on The Office
  • The title of the episode in which this person is mentioned


  • Enter one name only, in one comment only.
  • Don’t add an entry that has already been added in a previous comment.
  • Only real people count; not TV or movie characters, etc.
  • Only people mentioned in broadcast episodes count; not deleted scenes, webisodes, etc.
  • If a person is mentioned in more than one episode, each instance counts as a valid entry.
  • You must enter a valid email address with your comment.
  • All invalid (incomplete, misspelled, duplicate, multiple, unverifiable, off-topic, etc.) entries will be disqualified. Read previous comments carefully before you enter yours!
  • This contest is open to U.S. contestants only.

Sample entry

Feel free to copy and paste this sample text and customize it for your own entry.

Person: Doris Roberts
Episode: Hot Girl


One valid entry will be randomly selected to win a brand new Dwight Schrute Bobblehead! (Courtesy NBC)


You have until Wednesday, Sept. 20, 11pm PT to add your entry.


  1. (Reposting because of a typo. I do know how to spell Monica. I promise. I’m sorry!)

    Person: Monica Lewinsky
    Episode: Halloween

  2. Person: Heinrich Hoffmann
    Episode: “Take Your Daughter to Work Day”

    (The author of “Stuwwelpeter,” the story Dwight reads to the kids.)

  3. Person: Tony Robbins
    Episode: Booze Cruise

    (I’m entering one someone else has done since they appear to have entered more than once, and my entry from the original post has since been claimed again.)

  4. this is not an entry, i was just wondering why some people seem to have made several entries in a row (unless it’s just coincidence). are we allowed multiple entries? i thought that “Enter one name only, in one comment only” meant one entry per person.

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