The Office says goodbye in its one hour series finale.
As the office readies for the premiere of the documentary that night, Jim convinces Dwight that he needs an Assistant to the Assistant Regional Manager, and holds tryouts to find the best candidate. Angela brings her baby to work after her daycare turns her away. Meanwhile, Andy attends auditions for "The Next Great A Cappella Sensation." Part 2 of 2
Jim holds tryouts for the Assistant to the Assistant to the Regional Manager.
Andy decides to pursue his dream. Part 2 of 2.
Andy decides to pursue his dream. Part 1 of 2.
The employees of Dunder Mifflin engage in a high-stakes paper airplane competition.
Dunder Mifflin goes haywire when Dwight shuts down the office elevator.
When promos for the documentary begin airing, the staff worries that their whole lives will be exposed.
Oscar accompanies Dwight to Schrute Farms for a funeral - and a shocking surprise.
Part 2 of 2. Pam (Jenna Fischer) interviews for a job in Philadelphia with a manager who gives her deja-vu. Dwight (Rainn Wilson) brings Angela (Angela Kinsey) with him on a mission to clean his elderly Aunt Shirley. Andy (Ed Helms) returns from his long boat voyage. Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Oscar Nunez, Kate Flannery, Paul Lieberstein, Creed Bratton, Craig Robinson, Catherine Tate, Clark Duke and Jake Lacy also star.
Part 1 of 2. Andy returns from his long boat trip.
When Andy returns, Erin has a choice to make; a Valentine's Day sale has the staff coupling up.
Dwight and Pam hunt down the person who defaced Pam's warehouse mural; Darryl and Jim become unlikely roommates.
Dwight interviews candidates for a new sales position.
Dwight tries to dissuade Darryl from leaving, and Nellie puts Erin and Pete in charge of the company Facebook effort.
A lunchroom conversation tackles "what women want in a man".
David promises his staff that there will be no forced redundancies by the meddling head office.
David explains his respectful attitude towards the handicapped.
David defends a new employee against a roomful of sexual comments.
David mistakes one Pakistani employee for another.
Jan tries to lead Michael into a bathroom tryst.
Pam and Karen share an awkward conversation about Jim.
Dwight plays hero for the staff at Dunder Mifflin!
Learn how to make a sales pitch from the pros!
Extended highlight! Dwight. Pepper Spray. Enough said.
Chock-full of the best and funniest moments from season six, including Pam and Jim's wedding, a wild new boss, promotions, demotions, and more, THE OFFICE: SEASON SIX also includes hours of bonus features such as a blooper reel, extended episodes, episode commentary, and a Welcome to Sabre featurette.
In this first season of The Office, Dunder-Mifflin Regional Manager, Michael Scott (Steve Carell) leads the documentary team and his staff on a journey through inappropriate behavior, well-intentioned but misguided comments and a myriad of poor management techniques.
Are those wedding bells in the air? Is that the pitter-patter of little feet on the office floor? Has Michael turned mafia boss? With Dunder Mifflin on the brink of bankruptcy, who knows, he may just have to - or maybe it's just time to replace the Dunder Mifflin leadership. And since Pam Beasly is now a sales representative, you can bet that is bound to set off a chain reaction that will affect the entire office.
To err is human. To irr is Michael Scott. He's irritating, irrational and irrepressible. And those are the very same qualities that make him so irresistible. Yes, Golden Globe winner Steve Carell is back as the boss you hate to love.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!