Posted on June 14, 2011June 17, 2017 by tansterThe Office as a 1990s sitcom Here’s The Office opening edited as a 1990s sitcom, to the theme song of ‘Family Matters’:
The Office as a 90’s sitcom? There are no words!!
Just a wink and a smile!!! What’s next? 70’s Cop Drama. Come on office tally members….get cracking!!
That was awesome! Who ever made this is a genius!
This is perfection!! I loved Family Matters. And the old laugh tracks were so awful they were funny.
Haha that was great, I love the Office and I loved 90s sitcoms!!
Awesome! I just saw this on Youtube a week ago! But where are Meredith, Darryl, Kelly, Toby and Andy of course?
DEFECT! where was Andy in the credits?
Where’s Andy Bernard?!
That opening sting (sax part) sounds like the music from “Roseanne”.
Ahhh !!! Did anyone else cringe while watching this ? So cheesy !!!! And I was never a fan of family matters. Just shows you that you don’t need a laugh track when something is funny. Love The Office !!!
Ed Helms didn’t get his spot on the opening credits till Season 6.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t every clip of that from Season 5?
no not every clip was from season 5. The Dwight clip where he looks at the camera was from season 2, I think
No, that look was a callback to the look from Season 2. You can clearly see Jim doesn’t have his messy season 2 hair. I’m pretty sure it’s from the episode Business Ethics which was the 2nd episode of season 5.
Such a warm-hearted video! I felt cozy watching it!
That was just pure cheesy deliciousness!!
Sheer Genius! You deserve a dundie!! And the laugh track was sick (in the bad way).
It’s funny how just adding a laugh track makes “The Office” seem like a totally different show. This video brought back memories for me of watching “Family Matters” as a kid every Friday night as part of ABC’s TGIF comedy lineup. The only thing I didn’t like about the video was that the Nard Dog was deleted from the opening credits while being replaced by pretty much every other character on the show, besides a few exceptions like Meredith, Kelly, Toby, Darryl, and Erin.
The Office as a sitcom in the 90s would have been the best sitcom in the 90s.
i have to admit – this is really clever!:)