TV Show Review | The Office
If you haven’t seen the Office, you should be ashamed of your lack of culture. The Office is easily one of the best sitcoms out there. The show allows the audience to get up close and personal with the employees of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company and their relationships with one another. Michael, a charismatic, mildly narcissistic, attention-seeker is the boss of the Dunder Mifflin Branch in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and is always giving his employees a cause to roll their eyes. Jim and Pam, the “everyone wants them to be a thing, including them” couple in the office, are frequently the comic relief, and often the most relatable characters in the show. Then, of course, there’s Dwight, the power hungry, beet-farming, nut job who is the subject of many an office prank. Mix these folks in with the other dynamic characters in the show, and you’ve got an irresistibly hilarious show. *Disclaimer: you might end up with a mild addiction after watching*
I’ve always loved the Office. It fulfills all of my self indulging needs–humor, amusement, and a little romance. This season, in particular has some stellar episodes like “Halloween” with 3-hole punch Jim. If you’re just looking for a good way to kick back and relax, The Office is the T.V. show for you!
Written by Reagan Fausett