As we take a stroll down memory lane of The Office, there are so many iconic episodes that resonate with TV fans everywhere. From awkward moments to tearful goodbyes, there's definitely no shortage of episodes to watch again and again. Here are just a few iconic episodes of the NBC sitcom that are worth revisiting.
Scotts Tots (Season 6 Episode 12)
A fan-favorite among many, Michael believes that he'll be rich in 10 years, so he offers to pay college tuition for a group of kids. But it doesn't exactly pan out as he expects. In the office, to improve morale, Jim creates an "employee of the month" program.
The Fight (Season 2 Episode 6)
"Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy. Both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me." That line is easily one of the most recognizable Michael Scott quotes of all time. In this episode, Dwight has a purple belt in karate and knocks Michael out in the office. Embarrassed, Michael settles this in a rematch with Dwight.
Money (Season 4 Episode 4)
The main plot lines follow Jim and Pam as they spend the night on Dwight's farm, and Michael and Jan, as they deal with issues in their relationship. But an underrated part of this episode is Kelly. Kelly starts dating Darryl to make Ryan jealous, but, much like everyone else, neither Darryl or Ryan seem to care. She isn't exactly the "Kim K of the Office," like she hopes.
Diversity Day (Season 1 Episode 2)
Michael gives a very politically incorrect diversity training session for the staff, after a complaint was filed about an employee's risqué comedy routine. It's an early episode that definitely won't disappoint.
Weight Loss Part 1
Queen Kelly Kapoor makes this episode once again. Dunder Miflin's weight loss competition has everyone obsessed with dieting, Michael befriends a new HR rep, and Jim pops the question to Pam.
Prince Family Paper
Michael and Dwight go on an undercover business trip to spy on a rival company. In the office, everyone debates whether actress Hillary Swank is hot or not. And there's another unforgettable Kelly line:
"If you are saying that Hillary Swank isn't hot then you are saying that I'm not hot because obviously I'm not as hot as Hillary Swank".
When corporate will not pay for an employee appreciation award ceremony, Michael creates one himself. However, awards aren't as typical as "Hardest Worker." Instead, employees are given controversial titles like "Hottest In The Office."
There are so many classics that weren't included in this list, so make sure you binge "The Office" on Netflix here!
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