The Office Winter Olympics promos

Curdling, Aqueduct, Dwight’s Tribute to Canada

These promos aired during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and are on The Office Season 6 DVD, disc five.

Tipster: dundermifflininfinity


  1. hahahahaaaa…. “curdling”. NICE!!!

    my dad and i were just discussing curling the other day… seriously? that’s an olympic sport?

  2. Good to see the Olympic promos again!

    It’s been a long time since we’ve seen them (Season 2).

  3. OK but not as good as 2006 like Michael ice dancing with Ryan or Michael checking Toby into the board.

  4. Don’t knock curling ’till you’ve tried it ;) It’s much more physically demanding than you think.

  5. My whole family loves curling and thought Michael was hystercial with his description. We discovered curling the last Olympics and think it’s great.

  6. Yea! Michael knows what’s up!.. kind of. Curling is great. :) But shouldn’t hockey be his favorite sport? :P

  7. haha, I agree — love the “curdling” clip! I am still learning some of the rules, but curling has quickly become the go-to event for me to watch!

    “There are no winners, and no losers. Just poetry.”

  8. the minute i saw this i sent it to a ton of my friends, it’s just awesome. makes me miss watching the office. march 4 is toooo far

  9. I believe Dwight’s Canada song officially tops “Yakko’s World.” I love this show!

  10. Dwight’s song is easily the best. I loved watching everyone’s faces (especially Pam) while he sang and Stanley just sitting in the back totally non-plussed. It was hilarious!

  11. I’m Canadian, so I thought this song was great, although what really bothered me was that he mispronounced Lesotho (le-soo-too) although I guess that’s in character for Dwight.

  12. Well, Pam, there’s really only a few things you need to know about Canada:

    There’s Newfoundland and Labrador,
    Saskatchewan, Ontario,
    Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba,
    New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

    Prince Edward Island’s very small,
    but British Columbia tops them all!

    [And that’s where Vancouver is.]

    But… before I finish up my story,
    you should know the territories.

    There are only three so I’ll be quick,
    the Yukon, Northwest, and Nunavut.

    If you want to have a ball,
    there’s Saskatoon and Montreal.

    And if you want to pack your sacks,
    we’ll be going off the Halifax.

    And if you’re looking for a wife,
    be sure to visit Yellowknife.


    Perennial geraniums,
    nickel–think uranium,
    are filling up my cranium,
    the exports that they boast.

    Keep going? No? Ingrates.

    I’m working on a song for every country. So far, I have Canada, and Lesotho.

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