Hilary Swank is hot. Or is she? What a raging, intense debate. And the focal point of The Office this week.
Angela is completely ostracized. When she tries to object the first time by declaring she won't vote, Jim dismisses her with a curt "Nobody cares," and no one else even flinches.
As for the Michael-and-Dwight story that gave the episode its name, they embark on a reconnaissance trip to Prince Family Paper, which has a stranglehold on a piece of territory not far from Scranton.
Michael despairs over possibly damaging a perfectly nice family's business and Dwight employs Lord of the Rings analogies to urge him to go for the throat.
Michael: What you talking bout, Wallace?
David: Hi, Michael how are you?
Michael: Hi, I am well, how are you?
David: So listen, as you know, we haven't yet filled the regional supervisor job.
Michael: Oh, have you not?
David: Correct. And I was wondering if I could get you to do some of the field work that would normally go to the supervisor. There is an area from Carbondale to Marshbrook, where we have never done any business.
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Dwight: What's this?
Jim: Looks like a red wire.
Dwight: Hmm. It wasn't here before.
Jim: Well it's a computer Dwight, computers have wires.
Dwight: Yours doesn't.
Jim: Doesn't it?
Dwight: No, it's going in a different direction then the other wires.
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