Friday, April 10, 2009

The Office Conference Room – Michael Scott Paper Company

Welcome back to The Office Conference Room, a forum for some of your favorite Office Fan Sites to submit their TwoCents in the days immediately following a new Office episode.

In addition, YOU, the fans, can join in on the fun! Right here on ScrantonBranchOffice, we have a discussion going about the most recent episode, Michael Scott Paper Company, where you can give your very own TwoCents! To visit that forum, click HERE.

On to the Conference Room... of the Michael Scott Paper Company!

[Last Updated: 04/13/09 at 2:15 PM] Rachel
Favorite Moment: The opening credits featuring the Michael Scott Paper Company instead of Dunder Mifflin.
Favorite Quote: "P is being a giant B." -Michael speaking code to his mom on the phone.
Overall Episode Grade: A-

Bob Vance Fans Unite: Diane Sparkles
Favorite Moment: Creed with the pancakes and Dwight and Andy playing/singing trying to get Erin's attention. Especially when Dwight starts singing in German.
Favorite Quote: "Who'd have thought that the thing that would save this company would be work...and pancakes..." -Michael
Overall Episode Grade: B+

Bears Beets Battlestar Galatica: Liz
Favorite Moment: The Michael Scott Paper Co. employees jumping for joy after they made their first sale.
Favorite Quote: "The new receptionist is also named Kelly. So Kelly Kapoor has decided to hover around my desk, so that she can run into his Charles' office every time he calls for Kelly. She thinks if she says 'You wanted me' enough, he will in fact want her. It's not the worse plan she's ever had." - Jim
Overall Episode Grade: B+

Nette's Layouts: Nette
Favorite Moment: My favorite moment was when Pam made the first sale! I was so proud of her!
Favorite Quote: "It's Britney bitch!" -Michael Scott
Overall Episode Grade: A

Office News: Jackie
Favorite Moment: Dwight and Andy playing their instruments together.
Favorite Quote: "Personal shopper?" "No"- Pam Beesly and Charles Minor
Overall Episode Grade: A-

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