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Re: The Office (Season 3 - 2006)
« on: June 15, 2012, 11:52:36 am »
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Leave it to Michael Scott to turn Ed Truck's death into a funeral for a bird that kills itself by flying head first into the glass door of Dunder Mifflin.  The gang does it's best to avoid talking about Ed, because they just don't know the dude. But what this is really about is that Michael is looking for validation that what he does as manager is important and life changing that those who work under him should feel the same. There is something very uncomfortable about someone trying to force other people to grieve just so that Michael can somehow be the center of attention.

The Grief Counseling scene in particular was very funny when everyone was telling their own "stories" by swiping scenes from movies just to placate Michael and his group therapy session.

Also, Jim and Karen finally get to bond somewhat as they hunt down a bag of chips that their office vending machine is all out of. I would go to the end of the earth to get her a bag chips.....or just give myself to her in its place.
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