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<b>THE OFFICE</b> - Episode Information and Ratings (Numbers are from Nielsen Media Research)

Season 7

Timeslot: Thursday at 9pm

Episode 7.1: "Nepotism"

Air Date: September 23, 2010

Written By: Daniel Chun

Directed By: Jeffrey Blitz

Live+7 Total Viewers: 10.50 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 8.48 million

18-49: 4.4/12

18-49 Live+7: 5.5

Episode 7.2: "Conseling"

Air Date: September 30, 2010

Written By: B.J. Novak

Directed By: Jeffrey Blitz

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.30 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.36 million

18-49: 3.7/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.9

Episode 7.3: "Andy's Play"

Air Date: October 7, 2010

Written By: Charlie Grandy

Directed By: John Stuart Scott

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.03 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.95 million

18-49: 3.5/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.7

Episode 7.4: "Sex Ed"

Air Date: October 14, 2010

Written By: Paul Lieberstein

Directed By: Paul Lieberstein

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.37 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.36 million

18-49: 3.8/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.9

Episode 7.5: "The Sting"

Air Date: October 21, 2010

Written By: Mindy Kaling

Directed By: Randall Einhorn

Live+7 Total Viewers: 8.77 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.87 million

18-49: 3.4/9

18-49 Live+7: 4.5

Episode 7.6: "Costume Contest"

Air Date: October 28, 2010

Written By: Justin Spitzer

Directed By: Dean Holland

Live+7 Total Viewers: 10.02 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 8.07 million

18-49: 4.0/11

18-49 Live+7: 5.2

Episode 7.7: "Christening"

Air Date: November 4, 2010

Written By: Peter Ocko

Directed By: Alex Hardcastle

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.67 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.65 million

18-49: 3.8/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.9

Episode 7.8: "Viewing Party"

Air Date: November 11, 2010

Written By: Jon Vitti

Directed By: Ken Whittingham

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.42 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.15 million

18-49: 3.6/10

18-49 Live+7: 5.0

Episode 7.9: "WUPHF.com"

Air Date: November 18, 2010

Written By: Aaron Shure

Directed By: Danny Leiner

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.38 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.28 million

18-49: 3.8/10

18-49 Live+7: 5.0

Episode 7.10: "China"

Air Date: December 2, 2010

Written By: Warren Lieberstein & Halsted Sullivan

Directed By: Charles McDougall

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.38 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.31 million

18-49: 3.7/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.9

Episode 7.11 & 7.12: "Classy Christmas Part 1 of 2"

Air Date: December 9, 2010

Written By: Mindy Kaling

Directed By: Rainn Wilson

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.22 million *

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.18 million *

18-49: 3.7/10 *

18-49 Live+7: 4.8 *

* 1 hour average

Episode 7.13: "Ultimatum"

Air Date: January 20, 2011

Written By: Carrie Kemper

Directed By: David Rogers

Live+7 Total Viewers: 10.38 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 8.26 million

18-49: 4.5/12

18-49 Live+7: 5.7

Episode 7.14 "The Seminar"

Air Date: January 27, 2011

Written By: Steve Hely

Directed By: B.J. Novak

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.94 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.93 million

18-49: 4.0/11

18-49 Live+7: 5.2

Episode 7.15 "The Search"

Air Date: February 3, 2011

Written By: Brent Forrester

Directed By: Michael Spiller

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.09 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.28 million

18-49: 3.7/9

18-49 Live+7: 4.8

Episode 7.16 "PDA"

Air Date: February 10, 2011

Written By: Robert Padnick

Directed By: Greg Daniels

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.03 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.90 million

18-49: 3.5/9

18-49 Live+7: 4.9

Episode 7.17 "Threat Level Midnight"

Air Date: February 17, 2011

Written By: B.J. Novak

Directed By: Tucker Gates

Live+7 Total Viewers: 8.30 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.41 million

18-49: 3.3/9

18-49 Live+7: 4.4

Episode 7.18 "Todd Packer"

Air Date: February 24, 2011

Written By: Amelie Gillette

Directed By: Randall Einhorn

Live+7 Total Viewers: 8.07 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.12 million

18-49: 3.2/9

18-49 Live+7: 4.4

Episode 7.19 "Garage Sale"

Air Date: March 24, 2011

Written By: Jon Vitti

Directed By: Steve Carell

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.28 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.07 million

18-49: 3.4/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.7

Episode 7.20 "Training Day"

Air Date: April 14, 2011

Written By: Daniel Chun

Directed By: Paul Lieberstein

Live+7 Total Viewers: 10.73 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.87 million

18-49: 4.0/11

18-49 Live+7: 5.6

Episode 7.21 "Michael's Last Dundies"

Air Date: April 21, 2011

Written By: Mindy Kaling

Directed By: Mindy Kaling

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.67 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.85 million

18-49: 3.3/10

18-49 Live+7: 5.0

Episode 7.22 "Goodbye Michael"

Air Date: April 28, 2011

Written By: Greg Daniels

Directed By: Paul Feig

Live+7 Total Viewers: 11.27 million *

Live+SD Total Viewers: 8.42 million *

18-49: 4.2/11 *

18-49 Live+7: 5.9 *

* 53 minute average

Episode 7.23 "The Inner Circle"

Air Date: May 5, 2011

Written By: Charlie Grandy

Directed By: Matt Sohn

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.24 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.90 million

18-49: 3.5/10

18-49 Live+7: 4.9

Episode 7.24 "Dwight K. Schrute, (Acting) Manager"

Air Date: May 12, 2011

Written By: Justin Spitzer

Directed By: Troy Miller

Live+7 Total Viewers: 8.76 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 6.45 million

18-49: 3.3/9

18-49 Live+7: 4.7

Episode 7.25 & 7.26: "Search Committee"

Air Date: May 19, 2011

Written By: Paul Lieberstein

Directed By: Jeffrey Blitz

Live+7 Total Viewers: 9.95 million *

Live+SD Total Viewers: 7.29 million *

18-49: 3.9/10 *

18-49 Live+7: 5.5 *

* 1 hour average

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That was one of the best episodes ever! I was laughing for the entire episode.

There were so many funny quotes. :lol:

Is it too soon to say, "REPEAT!!?"

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That was one of the best episodes ever! I was laughing for the entire episode.

There were so many funny quotes. :lol:

Is it too soon to say, "REPEAT!!?"

What an amazing episode!

Michael and Dwight trying to buy a gaydar was hilarious!

I love what they've done to Roy's character. I also loved the nod to Season One's "Diversity Day" episode.

And that last scene with Pam was heartbreaking.

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Quotes from tonight's episode:

- Michael: "I watch the L-Word and Queer as fuck."

- Oscar: "I got a three month paid vacation. Gill and I are going to Europe. I just had to sign some forms promising I wouldn't sue or something. Sometimes it pays to be gay."

- Michael: "There's Gill, Oscar's roommate. I wonder if he knows?"

- Michael: "We should get a beer sometime & you can explain to me how it works"

- Michael: "Get in the conference room! I don't care if you're gay or straight or lesbian or overweight!" *camera pans to Phyllis*

- Phyllis: "I thought you were actually gay in high school, Michael." *Michael starts protesting*

- Michael: "You don't call retarded people 'retards,' you call friends that."

- Dwight: "Oscar? Are you sure? He doesn't wear dresses."

- Creed: "I had sex with many girls in the 60's. It was outside, there was lots of mude.....a guy could have slipped in. There's no way to know."

- Dwight's 'cying'......"I miss Jim so much!" *pause* "That is a lie."

- Michael: "I think Angela is gay. I could picture her with another woman." *Dwight gives a creepy smile*

- Woman from Jim's new office: "And Jim is always looking over at the camera and going (gives trademarked goofy Jim look). What's up with that?"

- Dwight: "I think Michael's gay. I can finally say I have a gay friend."

- Pam: "Dwight's watching gay porn." ....... Dwight: "Michael said it was okay."

And of course the slow awkward kiss between Michael and Oscar. Followed by Dwight trying to kiss Oscar. :lol:

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OMG, this has to guarantee them the Emmy again next year!

I think their best episode ever. Not only hilarious, but of course bittersweet with Jam.

First, Jim and Pam. I think that was Roy's first talking head? Anyway, I think it was a great way to officially introduce David Denman as part of the starring cast. I can't wait to see where they take the story.

The Stamford branch looks interesting. I loved Jim's worried glance after the jello and of course that lady noticing Jim's camera glances :D

And the whole Oscar stuff. Unbelievably hilarious. Every single joke, moment... perfect.

I loved it. They definitely stepped it up!

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LOL! I loved it, though I missed the last couple of minutes. What was in the package that Dwight received?

  • The best part: Michael and Oscar "kiss."
  • Loved: Pam not marrying Roy (I guess Jim doesn't know.)
  • LOL moment: Toby outting Oscar to Michael, and expecting him to keep it a secret.
  • LMAO moment: Creed and him thinking about his time in the 60s.
  • Bittersweet moment: Pam's constant looks to Jim's desk.

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LOL! I loved it, though I missed the last couple of minutes. What was in the package that Dwight received?

Jim sent him a "gaydar" :lol: Basically a metal detector, and Dwight goes around to see if it works. It beeps as it passes Oscar's belt buckler, so he believes it works, but then it later beeps on him as he passes his own belt buckler :lol:

Another LMAO moment... Kevin' hysterical laughing :lol: Oh, and the Diversity training... ("...diversity tomorrow because today, is almost over.")

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Oh I love the little things and the nods to previous episodes too. It was very Arrested Development-ish which I love!

:lol: at the 'gaydar' with "Homo" and "Hetero" written on it.

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Okay, here's my question. Watched the episode. LOVED it. And loved the realistic offer to the gay guy (forgot his name) so he wouldn't sue. But honestly, WHAT keeps the Steve correll character from NOT getting fired after a stunt like that? How's THAT part realistic? Also, another nagging question is this: I watch the show sometimes but NEVER get why they're talking to the camera. They're breaking the fourth wall. Does that mean they are filmed for a documentary on their office? What? I don't get it!!

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Okay, here's my question. Watched the episode. LOVED it. And loved the realistic offer to the gay guy (forgot his name) so he wouldn't sue. But honestly, WHAT keeps the Steve correll character from NOT getting fired after a stunt like that? How's THAT part realistic? Also, another nagging question is this: I watch the show sometimes but NEVER get why they're talking to the camera. They're breaking the fourth wall. Does that mean they are filmed for a documentary on their office? What? I don't get it!!

Well, aside from Micheal Scott being oblivious to everything he does, I remember reading or hearing somewhere that he is still a more than capable employee.

And as for the talking to the camera, they are all supposed to be part of a documentary about the office. The Office itself is basically a mockumentary. :)

I just watched the episode again, and really you pick any moment of the episode and it is just hilarious. Angela talking about Will & Grace and loving Harry Connick, Jr. :lol:

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