- Commentary for ‘The Coup.’ Rainn, John, and Angela provide some hilarious insights into Dwight eating pancakes, Steve’s “demonic” performance in the Crentist scene, and the flight path of Dwight’s drool.
- Commentary for ‘Initiation.’ This commentary takes on an entirely different mood — somewhat somber. B.J. talks about some of the challenges of writing this episode. There is a funny story about Paley at the end.
- Commentary for ‘Traveling Salesmen’/’The Return.’ The guys discuss how the photo of young Dwight/Jim was created, the “realness” of Jim slapping Dwight, the technical aspects of how the car scenes were shot, the genius behind Jim and Dwight’s sales pitch, the origin of Andy’s Rockin’ Robin ringtone, the consequences of Ed punching the wall, and Dwight’s pinata rampage.
- Commentary for ‘Business School.’ Writer Brent Forrester and gang chat about collaborating with director Joss Whedon, the venue and students at Michael’s business school lecture, the excitement behind filming Dwight, Meredith, and the bat, and the touching moments of the ‘heart scene.’ Brent was awesomely insightful. (When’s your turn, Michael Schur?)
- Commentary for ‘Safety Training.’ B.J. and Mindy talk about the long history behind the episode, the debate over the long-sleeved T, the risk behind all the betting scenes, needling Harold Ramis about his sordid past, Kelly’s beautiful Netflix explanation, testing the bouncy castles, the truth about John’s hair, and Jim and Pam parenting Michael off the roof.