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on 1 October 2017
Great stuff as always. You do have to wonder exactly what anyone imagines Michael Scott actually does. Sure, he's great at creating distractions to prevent other people working, but when do you ever see him actually working? This seems to the the message for office life everywhere. The boss plays whilst the workers try to get something done despite him. Very funny, but also uncannily true
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on 10 December 2012
I was expecting a drop-off in quality, (which it felt like it began occurring in the third series), but this keeps the pace up. Michael can still be absolutely shocking, and since the 5th season Dwight has taken on a rather Edmund Blackadder aspect to his character which makes some of his lines/deliveries uproarious.

As others have said, Michael is without doubt the gel for all of this. He can still produce some of the most painful foot-in-mouth situations worthy of David Brent. Yes, there are plenty of silly bits and outright dumb things going on, but this series gets enough right to make it more than worthwhile.

Overall it hasn't got a hope of reaching the highs and lows of the British original, but it still has plenty of charm.
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on 19 February 2018
Having watched Series one when it was available and had a number of good laughs I was most disappointed with this DVD . The situations were not funny in my opinion and the item was a waste of money.
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on 23 February 2014
I was dubious about the US Office when I first saw it, but it's now become a firm favourite. I saw the first five series on LoveFilm, and bought series 6 and 7 as DVDs (I'll get 8 and 9 when the price comes down).

The comedy of the US series a lot broader than the UK version. But I find it much more fun.
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on 24 May 2017
The office is always funny and keeps you laughing. Until Steve Carell left it was always funny. Jim and Dwight steal most of the show as always.
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on 12 April 2016
Kathy Bates is always a joy, so her addition as a guest in this series was welcome. Michael is as annoying/caring as ever. The characters grow and evolve and the humour is as quick witted as ever. give this show a try.
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on 14 January 2016
After buying and watching series 1-5 of The Office, I ordered the remaining season straight away. Season 6 really sees the characters develop even more with weddings, babies and changes to Dunder Mifflin all taking place this season. Definitely recommend it!
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on 14 January 2016
Scott's cringeworthiness is cranked up to 11 in this season. Watch particularly for the episode after `the wedding' and Scott's Totts. You'll be squirming in your seat and watching through the cracks in your fingers unable to believe the delusional and embarassing antics of The Boss. You'll also wet yourself laughing in the usual manner.
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on 26 November 2012
The Office is one of the funniest TV shows of all time, but season 6 is when it starts to go a little stale.

There are a few excellent moments though such as Jim and Pams wedding which is a real feel good moment and we get to see what Michael is like on a first date.

But where as th previous seasons where truly hilarious this season seems to run out of steam and you can truly understand why Steve leaves in the next series.
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on 16 October 2017
Another great season
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