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Friday, October 22, 2010

The Office - The Sting review/recap

Dwight and Jim went out to see a potential client, only to run into a rival salesman from another company. This salesman, Danny Cordray, has been stealing Dunder Mifflin clients for years, because he is such a good salesman. Also, he dated Pam four years ago. Danny was played by hottie Timothy Olyphant. Danny beat Dunder Mifflin out of this week’s sale, so Michael, Dwight, and Jim teamed up to find out what makes Danny such a good salesman. They set up a sting operation and had Meredith pretend to be a potential client for Danny.

Sadly, Meredith ruined the plan by trying to seduce Danny. This might be the first time we agree with Meredith's horn-doggedness. Michael burst in to protect Danny, because no man should have to deal with THAT. After calming Danny down (and keeping him from leaving), Michael offered him a job as a traveling salesman, even though the company doesn’t need another on in addition to Todd Packer. We think Jim made the most adorable jealous husband ever, but this episode had too much plot with too few jokes. We look forward to seeing more of Danny, who is going to be in at least one more episode.

In a mostly unfunny subplot, Andy found out that one of his old college buddies from his a cappella group has made a music career. Andy formed a band with Darryl and Kevin. It really sucks. The pandering song about the little girl wanting the war to end was pretty funny though.

Episode grade: C-

Community is so much better than this show. If you only have room in your schedule for one Thursday night comedy, switch to that. Just sayin'.


  1. Both The Office and Grey's Anatomy were very boring last night. And that's all I have to say about that.

  2. HA! We knew someone would think that Grey's was boring. We think it helped that we watched Grey's on the computer with no commercials the next morning. It was very low key, and if you had to sit through all those commercial breaks, hoping that something would actually HAPPEN when the commercial was over, we can see how you would get frustrated. We were into it: For one week only. If Grey's doesn't bring the drama from now on, we won't be pleased.

    Agree about The Office