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Stephen Colbert on Severance

Stephen Colbert on Severance

It’s been rumored that Season Two of Severance will feature some big celebrity cameos. It turns out that Late Show host Stephen Colbert has already been on the show, but the scenes ended up on the cutting room floor. Perhaps it’s because his innie thought he was working at Dunder-Mifflin instead of Lumon.

LEGO Ideas x The Office

LEGO Ideas x The Office
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Jaijai Lewis’ concept design based on the hit comedy The Office is now an official LEGO set. The 1164-piece set includes a section of the Dunder Mifflin offices, accessories inspired by classic scenes on The Office, and 15 minifigs based on Jim, Pam, Michael, Dwight, and the rest of the ensemble – even Angela’s cat, Garbage.

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The Office But with Minions

The Office But with Minions

In a way, the staff on The Office are kind of like the Minions from Despicable Me. They each have a quirky personality, and they all work for an annoying boss played by Steve Carrell. To celebrate the release of the new movie Minions: Rise of Gru, Illumination Entertainment released this special remake of The Office’s opening credits.

The Office: Voxel Edition

The Office: Voxel Edition

CG artist and animator Mauri Helme imagines what The Office might have looked like if Dunder-Mifflin and its staff lived in the world of Minecraft. Jim, Pam, Michael, Dwight, and the rest of the dysfunctional gang from Scranton are here in blocky voxel art form.

Keanu in Office Space

Keanu in Office Space

Remember the part of The Matrix where Neo took the red pill? What if he took the blue pill instead? Ctrl Shift Face and VFX artist Chris Ume make us wonder no longer, with the help of some deepfake tech. If the concept seems familiar, you might recall this mashup. VFX breakdown and comparison clip here.

Michael Scott Is Everyone

Michael Scott Is Everyone

After watching every episode of The Office, is there a limit to how much Michael Scott you can take? Jessie Richards thinks there wasn’t enough of Dunder Mifflin’s blowhard boss, so he deepfaked the faces of most of the other character’s onto Michael’s head. We’re guessing that Stanley, Kelly, Oscar, and Darryl wouldn’t have worked so well.

Tom Rosenthal: Jim and Dwight

Tom Rosenthal: Jim and Dwight

If there’s one thing you could always count on when watching The Office, it was the antagonistic relationship between Jim and Dwight. Musician Tom Rosenthal’s catchy folk tune draws parallels between the Dunder Mifflin co-workers and other couples who butt heads. Music video by Efa Blosse-Mason and Sophie Marsh.

The Office (with a Cat)

The Office (with a Cat)

YouTuber OwlKitty likes to imagine the world with more cats. In this clip, they envision a reboot of NBC’s comedy classic The Office, but with 100% more kitties working at Dunder-Mifflin. We bet that cat would use all of the paper in the warehouse as a scratching post.

Threat Level: Midnight (Trailer)

Threat Level: Midnight (Trailer)

Fans of The Office will be familiar with Michael Scott’s Magnum Opus, Threat Level: Midnight. As a tribute to the cheesy, low-budget film within a show, Rajveer Dhanak managed to cut together a trailer for a much slicker version, inspired by the Mission Impossible movies.

The Office Was a Bad Show

The Office Was a Bad Show

While many of us thought The Office was a great series while it was on the air, Gus Johnson has a very different opinion. Over the next 4+ minutes, you’ll learn about all of the really basic things the show did wrong during its nine ill-advised seasons on NBC.

Michael Scott’s Sulks & Tantrums

Michael Scott’s Sulks & Tantrums

If there’s one thing we learned from the NBC hit comedy The Office, it’s that Michael Scott is a BIG baby. The Office US YouTube channel put together this 10-minute compilation of some of the World’s Best Boss’ worst outbursts, huffs, whines, and hissy fits.

201 Seconds of The Office

201 Seconds of The Office

You know a TV series is memorable when you can extract tiny sound bites from every episode, and get a laugh out of almost every one. Editor Estelle Grignon compiled this laugh-packed reel which features a just about a second from each of the NBC comedy’s 201 episodes.

My Cousin Mose

My Cousin Mose

Cinemafaux presents a cleverly edited series of clips from The Office which do an amazingly good job at transforming the comedy into a terrifying horror flick, in no small part thanks to to the warped world of Dwight Schrute and his freaky family.

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The Office x Poetic Justice

The Office x Poetic Justice

(PG-13: Language) Young beatmaker Daniel Asadi has a little fun with The Office‘s memorable opening theme by using it as the¬†backgrount beat in this live remix of Kendrick Lamar’s Poetic Justice.

The Office Time Machine

The Office Time Machine

To promote copyright reform and fair use, Joe Sabia scoured all nine seasons of The Office for pop culture references and then arranged the references by year. The video here shows the 1998 references. Make one for Community Joe!

The Office Auditions

The Office Auditions

One of the bonus features on the DVD and Blu-ray of the last season of The Office is the footage from its auditions. This excerpt shows us who Dunder Mifflin’s employees could have been. Seth Rogen as Dwight Schrute? Nah.

Toby Snaps

Toby Snaps

We’ve always thought Toby on The Office was a little creepy, and now we know why. Kudos to YouTuber MrBrykil for this bit of creative editing. We’d like to suggest the title Ginger Snaps, though.

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