Do we really need to say more about this moment? Dwight's idea, if someone dies in the office, is to harvest the organs. He decides to go a step further by cutting off the dummy's face to see how realistic it all was.
Michael trying to explain to the office he can no longer be friends with them, but Jim gets him to say his catchphrase, "that's what she said," within 30 seconds of him trying to finish his speech. Just a reminder of how little willpower Michael had.
Who else gets the song stuck in their head? I watch this episode over and over again and it still cracks me up when Michael tries to give the kids batteries to make up for not being able to pay for their college.
Not many people can say they have been banned from a restaurant but Pam's outburst at the Dundies caused her to quickly get kicked out and asked not to return. Thankfully Chili's lifted the ban in 2017.
Very rare does one off moment crack you up but Kevin proudly discussing his chili and dropping it on the floor still ranks in my top five moments. You felt bad for him but you had to laugh when he was trying to scrap the chili back into the pot.
There was a lot to love about Jim and Pam getting married but there was a lot to laugh about, too. The moment which always gets me is Andy, trying to impress Erin, doing the splits and tearing his scrotum. You couldn't help but cringe and laugh at the same time.
Who could forget Michael finding out Stanley cheated on his wife but to keep the secret he just spread more gossip. From Andy asking if he was gay to Kevin asking who started the rumor about another person being inside of him it had all the components to make you laugh.
Robert: You want a three and a half day weekend for Columbus Day? Andy: Yes I do. Robert: And you are aware Columbus and his legions committed genocide against an entire civilization of Native Americans? Andy: I don't care.