Kevin's Famous Chili

Kevin's Famous Chili

Kevin's cooking chili in "Casual Friday," from the fifth season of The Office. It tastes good, we imagine.
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The Mutiny

The Mutiny

When Ryan and Pam return to Dunder-Mifflin and get to keep their stolen clients, Stanley, Dwight, Phyllis and Andy decide to do something about it.
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Michael Scott Paper Company Car

Michael Scott Paper Company Car

It is what it is. And it's pretty low-budget.
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World's #1 Boss

World's #1 Boss

Michael Scott certainly is that. #1 in entertainment value, at the very least.
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Pam, Jim

Pam, Jim

Pam and Jim on The Office. One of TV's cutest couples, as always.
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Charles Minor

Charles Minor

In "Heavy Competition," Charles Minor was at the center of a feud between Dwight and Michael. The former has started to look up to his new boss, much to the chagrin of his old boss.
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Michael Scott Paper Company

Michael Scott Paper Company

The CEO himself, Michael Scott, poses outside his 165-square-foot office, looking thrilled to be there.
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Kevin the Receptionist

Kevin the Receptionist

One of the funniest parts of "Dream Team" was Kevin's brief stint at the reception desk at Dunder-Mifflin.
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Phyllis, Pam and Meredith

Phyllis, Pam and Meredith

Three ladies of The Office - Phyllis Vance, Pam Beesly and Meredith Palmer. Wellm, two of The Office and one of Michael Scott Paper Company.
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Giving Notice

Giving Notice

Michael Scott in "Two Weeks" from the fifth season of The Office. Dude has totally gone off the rails.
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Michael and Pam

Michael and Pam

Michael Scott (Steve Carell) and Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer) on The Office. How will their new company fare?
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Idris Elba as Charles Minor

Idris Elba as Charles Minor

Idris Elba as Charles Minor on The Office. Michael's new boss clashes with him immediately.
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The Office Season 5 Quotes

Sometimes I'll start a sentence, and I don't even know where it's going. I just hope I find it along the way. Like an improv conversation. An improversation.

Michael

At least once a year, I like to bring in some of my Kevin's Famous Chili. The trick is to undercook the onions. Everybody is going to get to know each other in the pot. I'm serious about this stuff. I'm up the night before pressing garlic and dicing whole tomatoes. I toast my own Ancho chilies. It's a recipe passed down from Malones for generations. It's probably the thing I do best.

Kevin