The Office

The Office (2005)

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Corrected entry: Episode 4 Season 1 "The Alliance" As the camera switches back and forth between Jim and Dwight as they discuss their plans to form an alliance, a microphone is seen hanging between the two actors.

Correction: The show is supposed to be a documentary, so any visible filming equipment can be considered proper in-universe.


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Corrected entry: In "Office Olympics", Dwight says the only bathroom on his farm is under the porch. Later, in "Money", Mose is shown using an outhouse.

Correction: That doesn't make sense that he wouldn't consider an outhouse with a toilet, walls and a door a bathroom but he would consider crouching down under his porch to squat over dirt, a bathroom...I think the initial correction is true.

Correction: Dwight might have not considered the outhouse a "real" bathroom because it only has a toilet and no plumbing.

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In 2-13 "The Secret" Pam and Jim are talking about how Jim used to have a crush on Pam when she first started here. This implies that Jim was working here when Pam was hired. However, in this episode Pam says that when Jim first started working there she said, "Enjoy this moment, because you're never going to go back to this time before you met your desk-mate, Dwight." These two scenes contradict each other.



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