The Office-isms: Christmas Edition

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Christmas is just around the corner, and what's the best part about this time of year? More than likely you've got a day or two off work or school and can marathon classic The Office Christmas episodes.  In case you forgot which they were, here's a list:

The Office: Christmas Episodes

S2E10 "Christmas Party"
Classic moments: Jim gives Pam a teapot full of meaningful Tchotchkes, Phyllis only loves Michael a homemade oven mitt's worth, and Dwight wears his elf ears.

S3E10 "A Benihana Christmas"
Classic moments: Carol breaks up with Michael over his inappropriate photoshopping, the bros in The Office take him to Benihana to cheer him up, where he meets his next "true love," an Asian girl he can't tell apart from her friend.

S5E10 "Moroccan Christmas"
Classic moments: Phyllis has dirt on Angela and takes over the PPC, planning a Moroccan themed Christmas party, Andy plays the sitar and Michael stages an intervention for Meredith after her hair catches on fire.

S6E12 "Secret Santa"
Classic moments: Jim lets Phyllis be Santa for this year's party, which Michael refuses to accept. Michael ultimately decides to offer an alternative Santa, but when that doesn't work, he becomes a very petulant Jesus Christ.

S7E11 "Classy Christmas"
Classic moments: Opening includes the Holiday card photoshoot, Michael takes over planning the party after he finds out Holly will return to Scranton and becomes Santa Bond. Pam uses her art skills to craft a meaningful gift for Jim. Jim and Dwight have an epic snowball showdown.

S8E10 "Christmas Wishes"
Classic moments: Andy, as the new boss at Dunder Mifflin Scranton, decides to grant wishes to his employees, Stanley has an outburst about thematic Christmas parties, Darryl and Val begin dating and Erin gets incredibly drunk. Dwight, Creed, Nate and Gabe all rock out to Transiberian Orchestra's version of Carol of the Bells.

S9E9 "Dwight Christmas"
Classic moments: The Office drops the ball on planning a party this year, and ultimately it's decided they will have a Pennsylvania Dutch Christmas, headed by Dwight. Dwight becomes "Belsnickel," a holiday being who decides whether they've been Impish or Admirable.


Memes
When you've finished your marathon, you might want to share a Christmas meme with your friends. Enjoy!

Christmas The Office Meme, Dwight

Christmas The Office Meme, Pam

Christmas The Office Meme

Christmas The Office Meme, Michael

Christmas The Office Meme, Michael

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Christmas Gifts for The Office fans

And of course, it's never too late to show your beloved Office fan you care with memorabilia. And if no one loves you enough to get them for you, this is where those VISA gift cards come in handy!

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The 12 Days of The Office:


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12 days of The Office lyrics:
Original parody by the Co-Admins of The Office-isms

On the first day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
A George Foreman Grill injury.

On the second day of Christmas The Office gave to me: 
Two jello molds 
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the third day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds 
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the fourth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds 
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the fifth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the sixth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Six songs by Andy.
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the seventh day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Seven office parties, six songs by Andy.
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the eighth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Eight awkward moments, seven office parties, six songs by Andy.
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the ninth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Nine looks from J-im, eight awkward moments, 
seven office parties, six songs by Andy.
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the tenth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me:
 Ten random outbursts, nine looks from Jim, 
eight awkward moments, seven office parties, six songs by Andy.
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, The Office gave to me: 
Eleven shots at Toby, ten random outbursts, nine looks from J-im, 
eight awkward moments, seven office parties, six songs by Andy, 
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots, two Jello molds
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, The Office gave to me:
Twelve That's What She Said's, eleven shots at Toby, 
ten random outbursts, nine looks from J-im, Eight awkward moments,
seven office parties, six songs by Andy.
Five Dundie awards. 
Four pranks on Dwight, three Scott's Tots,  two Jello molds 
and a George Foreman Grill injury.

Merry Christmas!!!!

8 Behind The Scenes Facts from "The Office" You Probably Don't Know

Alright, so you're an expert on all things The Office, right? We know this because of our bitter memories of your correction comments from over the years.  And by the way, it is "What kind of bear is best?" not "Which kind of bear is best?" thankyouverymuch.

Admin plight aside, we know The Office pretty damn well ourselves.  And even we didn't know most of this stuff.  So check it out, and leave your corrections additions in the comments below!


8) In Greg Daniels' mind (The Office U.S. creator and executive producer), Jim and Pam would have been an interracial couple.  In this alternative showniverse, Craig Robinson would have played Roy instead of Darryl, and Justine, Darryl's ex-wife, would have played Pam.

It would have been tough to hate Craig.
7) Remember that episode in Season 9 where Pam interviews with Bizarro-Michael for a job? (In actuality, Mark played by Bob Odenkirk) That scene was a throwback to the little known fact that Bob Odenkirk nearly got the role of Michael Scott, when Steve Carell almost had to bow out due to another pilot commitment.



6) The opening credit images were shot by John Krasinski.  After he landed the role of Jim, he and some friends took off to Scranton for a road-trip to get a feel for the place.  The title editors later used his shots for the opening sequences.



5) Oscar's being gay was decided because the writers saw Oscar Nunez wearing a pink shirt during a table read.


How to properly TWSS

So, I have this uncle who butchers That's What She Said jokes on the regular. (That's what she said.) He takes comments with zero sexual innuendo and adds a TWSS to the conversation, and then alone,  laughs his heart out.  (That's what she said.) But he doesn't do this just once, no.  (That's what she said!) He repeats the "joke" over and over again after every. single. sentence, however nonsensical. (That's what she said!!!!!)

Seriously. It's an epidemic.

Getting the picture? Yeah...

In an effort to dispel the abuse of our beloved joke, here's The Office-isms' tips for producing a proper and hilarious That's What She Said joke that would make Michael Scott proud.

Well duh, but that doesn't mean we can't still rock a TWSS