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  • Dunder Mifflin Infinity on Random Episodes Michael Scott Was Bleeped Out On 'The Office'

    (#5) Dunder Mifflin Infinity

    Season 4, episode 2: "Dunder Mifflin Infinity"

    When Ryan announces that Dunder Mifflin will begin using a website in an effort to increase sales, Michael becomes determined to prove that old-fashioned sales methods work better. Then, after spending an afternoon unsuccessfully trying to win back ex-clients with fanciful gift baskets, Michael proselytize to the office about the evils of technology, as evidenced by his GPS "machine" allegedly telling him to drive his car into a lake.

  • Diversity Day on Random Episodes Michael Scott Was Bleeped Out On 'The Office'

    (#1) Diversity Day

    • Mar 29 2005

    Season 1, episode 2: "Diversity Day"

    After Michael gets in trouble for performing an offensive reenactment of a Chris Rock comedy routine, corporate decides to send a diversity training coach to the Scranton branch for some sensitivity training. The coach invites the staff to help reenact the situation in an effort to reach "a more positive outcome"; however, during the reenactment of the reenactment, Michael has a hard time listening to Kevin's interpretation of the comedy routine and inturrupts with a problematic, explitive-ridden performance of his own.

  • Launch Party on Random Episodes Michael Scott Was Bleeped Out On 'The Office'

    (#6) Launch Party

    Season 4, episode 3: "Launch Party"

    When Michael receives a VIP invitation to Dunder Mifflin's website launch party, he promptly invites Jim to join him for the improptu roadtrip to New York City. Sadly, upon reviewing their destination's address, they realize that it was in fact an invitation to a chatroom, not the event itself. Arriving back at the Scranton branch just in time to make his webcam introduction, Michael uses his screentime to inform Ryan that Dwight beat the website in the day's sales, complete with a vulgar descriptor aimed at Ryan.

  • A Benihana Christmas on Random Episodes Michael Scott Was Bleeped Out On 'The Office'

    (#3) A Benihana Christmas

    • Dec 14 2006

    Season 3, episode 10: "A Benihana Christmas"

    When the office hosts a Christmas toy drive, Michael decides to donate his used bicycle in an effort to show how giving he is. As soon as he gets the bicycle off of the elevator, he decides to give it one last ride into the office while singing "Deck The Halls," running into a doorway and uttering an explitive, narrowly missing a potted plant in the process.

  • Michael's Last Dundies on Random Episodes Michael Scott Was Bleeped Out On 'The Office'

    (#9) Michael's Last Dundies

    • Apr 21 2011

    Season 7, episode 21: "Michael's Last Dundies"

    After Michael cohosts the Dundies with his replacement, DeAngelo Vickers, at a fancy Italian restaurant, the staff decides to keep the party going back at the Scranton office conference room. When Michael arrives, he is greeted by everyone singing him a personalized rendition of "Season of Love" from the musical Rent. 

    When Michael returns to the privacy of his office, he reveals just how much it is going to hurt to leave Dunder Mifflin.

  • Gay Witch Hunt on Random Episodes Michael Scott Was Bleeped Out On 'The Office'

    (#2) Gay Witch Hunt

    • Sep 21 2006

    Season 3, episode 1: "Gay Witch Hunt"

    After Michael learns that Oscar is gay, he appologizes to Oscar for homophobic remarks he had made, with many people in the office overhearing the apology. Michael also shares this information with Dwight and together they attempt to discern whether anyone else in the office might be gay.

    Coprorate quickly learns that Michael outted Oscar and sends Jan to Scranton to confront him. When Jan expresses her shock at Michael's being so "obtuse about sexual orientation," he defends himself by saying that he watches The L Word and Queer as Folk, misremembering the name of the latter in the process. 

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Watching the six episodes of the first season, I didn’t think I liked the show and even annoyed the role of Michael Scott. But as I learn more about the background of each character, the better I can understand each character's behavior. Let's face it, Michael Scott may not be the best boss, but he does keep trying and sometimes brings countless laughs.

The office is undoubtedly one of the most popular sitcoms in recent years, and it has been incredibly successful. Michael Scott has long held a special place in the hearts of fans of this legendary sitcom. The random tool lists 9 of the most interesting episodes of The Office.

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