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The Office

Seasons: 3
Episodes: 14
User ratings: 85,163
Average rating: 8.5

Comedy, Drama

The story of an office that faces closure when the company decides to downsize its branches. A documentary film crew follow staff and the manager David Brent as they continue their daily lives.

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David Brent is informed by Head Office that his Slough branch of Wernham Hogg paper merchants might be closed down. David's deep rooted need to be popular triumphs over realism and he immediately promises the staff there will be no redundancies.
User ratings: 1,249
Average rating: 7.9
Work Experience
David hires Donna, his lodger and the daughter of his best friend. While showing her round the office he discovers a doctored pornographic image of himself. Gareth, due to his covert operations skills, is told to catch the culprit.
User ratings: 1,062
Average rating: 8.3
The Quiz
It is Tim's 30th birthday - he receives a card from Dawn and an unusual inflatable gift from Lee. More importantly, however, it's Quiz Night and there are reputations to be made or lost.
User ratings: 1,028
Average rating: 8.3
To fend off the increasing staff disillusionment a Training Day has been scheduled. Dawn's engagement to Lee is on the rocks and Tim begins to think that he may at last have a chance with her.
User ratings: 1,190
Average rating: 9.0
New Girl
David interviews for a new secretary and chooses blonde Karen. His efforts to impress end spectacularly badly when he accidentally head butts her. Meanwhile Donna's late arrival at work inevitably sparks the rumor that she is sleeping with a colleague.
User ratings: 944
Average rating: 8.1
It is redundancies judgement day and David is told by Head Office that he will be promoted if he sacrifices the branch. True to his innate sense of self-preservation and greed David leaps at the chance for betterment. The office is shocked but Gareth is most devastated - who will take him seriously now he is no longer Assistant to the Regional Manager?
User ratings: 908
Average rating: 8.4
Two weeks after the announcement that Slough has been saved from the chop it is merger day and six new employees arrive from Swindon along with Neil - David's dynamic new boss. New girl Rachel immediately catches the interest of Tim and Gareth.
User ratings: 870
Average rating: 8.5
Staff appraisals cue secret confessions - Tim still harbors dreams of returning to university to study Psychology, while Dawn reveals she always wanted to be a children's illustrator. Keith on the other hand reveals only the immense vacuity of his mind.
User ratings: 841
Average rating: 8.5
It's Trudy's birthday and in traditional highbrow office style she receives some sex toys - namely a leather basque and a neon pink dildo with an inspired sense of movement. Meanwhile David's radical new made-up business strategy of "team individuality" fails to impress Neil.
User ratings: 846
Average rating: 8.7
Tim and Rachel finally appear to have 'done the deed' and are confronted by a horrified Gareth, who is perhaps most upset by the realization that he'd still like to 'do' Rachel even though she is now, as he so charmingly puts it, sloppy seconds.
User ratings: 848
Average rating: 8.6
It's Comic Relief Day and the office is awash with wackiness. All 19 stone of Keith is squeezed into a bright yellow Ali G costume, Sheila has become Wonder Woman and Gareth is hopping on one leg. The hilarity peaks when Neil and Rachel stage a dance sequence from Saturday Night Fever in the reception area. David, desperate to outdo them, embarks on his own spontaneous dance.
User ratings: 908
Average rating: 9.0
The news of David's redundancy is not having the devastating effect on the office that he would have liked but brighter things are on the horizon as Inside Paper are writing a feature on him. However his life is about to go from low to lower. Ray and Jude from Cooper and Webb arrive and inform him, in front of Helena the Inside Paper journalist, that they won't be requiring his services anymore.
User ratings: 874
Average rating: 9.0
Christmas Special: Part 1
It's been three years since the BBC documentary crew first arrived at the office. Back for one last visit, they find Gareth Keenan now in charge and is running the office with a military precision. Since we last saw David Brent he has become a sales rep for a cleaning products company, released his own pop single and has acquired an agent to look after his celebrity appearances. He visits his old workplace regularly, despite him successfully suing Wernham Hogg for unfair dismissal. The big news for Tim is the imminent arrival of Dawn. The documentary crew has kindly offered to fly Dawn and boyfriend Lee from Florida back to Slough for the office Christmas party.
User ratings: 1,152
Average rating: 8.9
Christmas Special: Part 2
Tim's world is rocked when Dawn turns up at the office to say hello. Despite a stern warning from Gareth and wise words from Keith in Accounts, Tim can't help but get his hopes up again. Meanwhile, David Brent has been using the services of a dating agency and, in between making celebrity appearances in nightclubs, he meets up for drinks with a rather disappointing selection of single women. The office Christmas party kicks off like any other but there are a few surprises in store...
User ratings: 1,622
Average rating: 9.5
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