TV Series | TV-PG | | Comedy
A mockumentary on a group of typical office workers, where the workday consists of ego clashes, inappropriate behavior, and tedium.
Many main and supporting cast members have written episodes of the show. B.J. Novak (Ryan), Paul Lieberstein (Toby), and Mindy Kaling (Kelly) wrote twelve of the twenty-eight episodes over the first and second seasons (albeit separately). (Lieberstein directed season four, episodes seven and eight, "Money".) Steve Carell (Michael Scott) wrote two episodes: the season two finale, "Casino Night", and season four, episode eleven, "Survivor Man". Season two, episode eight, "Performance Review", was written by Larry Wilmore, who played Mr. Brown, the diversity instructor. Michael Shur, a seasoned writer, played Dwight's cousin Mose Schrute. Gene Stupinsky and Lee Eisenberg, two writing partners, played the delivery men in season two, episode sixteen, "Valentine's Day", and others. Greg Daniels, the developer and show runner, played Michael's neighbor in season two, episode three, "Office Olympics", but his scene was cut.
I am running away from my responsibilities. And it feels good.
In Season 1 Episode 4 : The Alliance, Michael asks Pam for upcoming birthdays and she tells him that there are none coming up until next month and the next person on the list is Meredith. In Season 4 Episode 11: Survivor Man, Angela tells Jim , It is Birthday Month , After Creed it's Oscar turn and Meredith's is at the end of the month.