The Office Season 1-5 Ultimate Package [DVD]
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It’s funny business as usual, as Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch celebrates 100 episodes of comedy and laughter in this uproarious five-season collection. Join Michael Scott (Steve Carell) and his downtrodden staff of paper pushers as they shamelessly conduct their office affairs in front of the all-seeing eyes of a documentary film crew. Developed for American television by Primetime Emmy® Award-winner Greg Daniels, The Office: Seasons 1-5 Collection not only contains the critically acclaimed series’ first 100 episodes but goes into overtime with tons of bonus, including deleted scenes, gag reels, commentaries, webisodes and more!
- Deleted Scenes
- Blooper Reels
- Episode Commentaries
- Webisodes from NBC.com
- Fake PSA's
- Dwight Schrute Music Video
- 100 Episodes 100 Moments
- Rabies: The More You Know
- Gag Reel
- Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Presents The Office
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Top Customer Reviews
As a big fan of the UK show (and Ricky Gervais in general), I didn't know how this would compare.
But Steve Carrell is THE MAN!
I knew he was great as Evan, in Bruce Almighty and funny in The 40-year old virgin, but he steals the show with this.
He plays the character perfectly.
In fact, the whole cast fits perfectly.
Season one is basically a replica of Series one of the UK version.
Afterwards, the show turns into it's own and runs with it.
I recently sat down and watched the English shows and, to be honest, they look a little dated now.
This is fresh.
Is it as good as the original show?
It may be even better (in my opinion).
You have to give credit where it is due.
The Americans (whoever produced/scripted/cast all this) have done a fantastic job.
Yes, there is the odd reference to American culture, but these are infrequent and don't ruin the show for us Brits.
Each episode is worth watching.
It doesn't feel like there is any filler.
It's just a joy to watch, and I'll definitely come back again for Round Two.
You will fall in love with this show. The characters are so loveable. You never get bored of seeing the actual office they work in. The first season is not brilliant in all honesty, the quality is very poor and its almost an exact replica of the UK version but adds its own charm.
When you get to season 2 The Office US starts to take its own and will leave you wanting more every episode. Very odd humour, sometimes you are waiting for something funny to happen but it doesn't but when it does you cant stop. The stupidity of the Office manager is incredible and some amazing acting by Steve Carell (and all the rest of the cast for that matter).
If you don't love this show you are mad!
If you don't like American shows or American humour then please don't listen to my review :D
Obviously, there have been changes given the number of episodes produced each season, and the fact that it has proven so poular (now in its 8th season), but for those who would have liked more of the UK series this can't be bad.
Sit back and enjoy.
While annoying, this wasn't a big issue as I watch DVD's on my laptop using VLC media player, where it was simple enough to slow it down.
My advice is if you're wanting to purchase this, and are planning on watching it on a PC/Laptop/Mac etc then go for it.
The product is faulty but at this price with such a simple fix it's worth it.
If you're wanting to play this on a standard dvd player or something similar then I recommend against it. Without altering the audio it is really unpleasant to watch.
By the way I changed my payback speed to 0.92x in VLC media player and it sounded fine.
Seasons Greetings and all that :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
To be honest the US version is no where near to the original UK version, yeah it's got some good actors, however the British material (personally)is more relatable,and more... Read morePublished 8 months ago by William Evans
The funniest show I have watched in a while, even gives the UK version a run for its money in some episodes. My only regret is that I didn't buy seasons six and seven!Published 9 months ago by Harry
Michael Scott, the regional manager of paper supply company Dunder Mifflin, allows a documentary crew to film everyday goings on in his office for a documentary. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mr. R. W. Graham