1. I have my page-a-day calendar for 2009, and I look forward to flipping it over every morning when I come to work (today’s quote was “Bye bye miss chair model lady…”).I will definitely be picking up the 2010 version.

  2. I like the idea of a weekly wall calendar. I’ve never seen that before.

    And let me see if I’ve got this right…the DVD wall calendar comes with both a wall calendar and a bonus DVD calendar? I like the sound of that too.

    I’ll just have to hang a calendar in every room of the house!

    [from tanster: yeah, i had never seen a weekly wall calendar before either. it’s pretty cool!]

  3. Yes, the daily calendar is the most exciting thing about my mornings at work. Especially Monday’s when I get to flip two. What is cooler, the new weekly calendar or the page-a-day calendar?

  4. Do you know if the day-to-day calendar is only going to have quotes from Season 5 like the 2009 was only Season 4?

  5. This is a great calendar! buy it! there are 4 extra months from september 09 – december 09 on one page – it’s great! The calendar has loads of quotes for each person (e.g. roast list for Michael)Had to buy while on Holiday in the US, this is a must have for any office fan!

  6. @ absolutelyido: According to the Amazon description, the 2010 page-a-day calendar will only have quotes from Season 5.

    Does anyone know what the story is with the DVD? Was this offered last year? If so, what was on it?

  7. I just bought the 16-month wall calendar from Target today. It was marked 12.99 but at the register it rang up 7.99.

    Just a heads up.

  8. Hi. I really wanted to get the Day-to-Day Calendar, but not online. I’ve been searching and can’t find any stores that have it, but maybe I’m not looking hard enough. Does anyone know if there are stores like Target or Walmart or Barnes and Noble that have it? I would be super thankful if someone could tell me, I’m a big fan of the Office.


  9. While at walgreens the other day i saw a 16 month wall calendar AND a mini 16 month wall calendar both for 2010 for only 5 dollars! It was the real thing too, not a knock off or anything (if that’s possible for calendars). Just an alert if you really want to look for it.

  10. I got the day-to-day calendar and the weekly wall calendars at Borders the other day for half-price. The weekly calendar is really cool!!

  11. I was able to pick up the 2010 16-Month Calendar with the DVD for $7.49 at my local Calendar Club store.

    They also sell board games, so I was able to get The Office DVD board game and The Office trivia game for 1/2 off as well. The trivia game was $13.49 and the DVD game was $16.49.

    Two games plus a calendar for $40 = a good day! :)

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