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Re: The Office (Season 7 - 2010)
« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2012, 01:42:29 pm »
Garage Sale


































When first watching Garage Sale, you don't think much of it. It seems like it's gonna have it's share of laughs with Dwight swapping out each item for something better than the last, Jim convincing Dwight he needs to buy his magic beans or Andy, Darryl and Kevin playing the board game Dallas. But out of this simple episode, they crafted one of the finest scenes ever for the series and definitely one of the best proposals of any show that has ever been on the air. When Michael is walking Holly through the Office, telling her what each spot means and represents for him, it's not only great for them, but great for the fans watching because we get a series of callbacks that we can connect with.

But when Michael opens the door to the kitchen to reveal all the employees waiting for them, that's when the episode elevated itself from good to epic. The proposal itself was very memorable when all the candles set off the alarm, dumping water on everyone there which itself was another great callback to this very same episode when Michael was making fun of Jim for asking Pam to marry him when it was raining. But the moment was tempered when Michael announced to everyone that he was leaving Dunder Mifflin, which of course made Steve Carell leaving the show a reality that I and most eveyrone else was hoping would not come to fruition. The look on everyone's faces pretty much sums up every fan's feeling on the matter.

I feel that I'm gonna be watching the last of these episodes multiple times for a number of reasons. A) These are some of the best episodes after a long run of sub-par ones and B) Anything to prolong my Office marathon to keep it from ending and to keep Michael Scott around for a little while longer.
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