The Best The Office, Season 3, Episode 7 Quotes

Angela: I don't want to blame anyone in particular; I think everyone's to blame.

Kelly: If I get to stay and Ryan is laid off, I will kill myself. Like Romeo and Juliet, the Claire Danes one.

Dwight: Stamford is closed! Michael, we're not closed. Stamford is closed! Stamford is closed!
Michael: We did it?
Dwight: We did it!
Michael: We did it!

- Well, actually, the branch is...
- Can you be at my place in 20 minutes? Yes, I can.
- Anything?
- Nothing.
- What if this doesn't work? What if the office actually goes under?
- Then it was an honor to have worked with you.

Michael: Okay, this is it.
[runs up the stairs of CFO's house, with Dwight]
Michael: This is exactly what Michael Moore does, famous documentarian. He goes up to people with a camera and he's like "Why did you do this? Why did you pollute? You are bad. You're a bad person." It's very dramatic. Although, I can't say I was a big fan of 'Bowling for Columbine', because I thought it was going to be a bowling movie, like 'Kingpin'. And it wasn't. It was something else.

Michael: How did we do it?
Dwight: I don't know. I have no idea.

Pam: Sometimes at home, I answer the phone, "Dunder Mifflin, this is Pam."

- But I don't wanna go to Dee Jay's.
- Oh, now all of a sudden you get picky?
- Okay. Forget it.
- Hooters.
- $400 for the cpu.
- Done.

- Hey, stranger.
- Don't say that. Thatjust sounds weird. Please.
- Sorry, I just feel like we haven't talked in a while.
- Well, we have nothing to talk about, Dwight.
- Just do your work.
- While you still can.

- Well, reasons are not important.
- Would you just call him, please, wherever he is and tell him.
- Sure. Jan, do you know, is anyone coming back to Scranton?
- Back? Coming to Scranton.
- Is anyone coming to Scranton?
- You know, we don't know.
- Probably a few.

- "Kelly. Best wishes. Love, Pam."
- "P.s.
- "What a long, strange trip it's been."

Michael: [singing] Just call me Levinson in the morning, baby!

- I don't know.
- Is it serious?
- I don't know, kev.
- If you find out anything, call me.
- You got it, buddy.

- It'll just be like loading trucks without any meaning, you know.
Stanley: I couldn't be happier.
- I'm gonna take the severance and retire. My wife and I are gonna travel.
- I really couldn't be happier.
- Feeling nostalgic?
- Yeah, nostalgic.

Dwight: When you become close with someone, you develop a kind of sixth sense. You can read their moods like a book. And right now, the title of Michael's book is "Something Weird is Going On: What Did Jan Say? The Michael Scott Story." By Michael Scott with Dwight Schrute.

- It just doesn't make sense.
- This kind of worked out perfectly for me.
- I got some good experience,
- Michael's gonna write me a great recommendation.
- And as far as me and Kelly goes,
- I think it's for the best.

- Pa m: I was expecting a severance, some time off.
- But maybe this is good.
- Finding another job is a pain.
- There's another annoying boss, another desk.
- I'd have to learn everything all over again.
- So, there are reasons to stay.

- Let's start again. Just be more scared of me, okay?
- Don't touch me this time.
- Excuse me, Mr. Wallace?
- Coming home from work.
- Pam, would you please sign my company directory.
- Are you serious?
- Sure.

Dwight: What were your favorite moments?
Michael: Uh... All of them. I loved them all. Every single one of them.
Dwight: What about when Jan said the branch was closing?
Michael: God, Dwight.

Roy: I don't really want to work here without Pam. You know that Cinderella song, "You Don't Know What You Got Till It's Gone"? That pretty much says it better than how I know how to say it... in words.

- from himself from the future.
- "Dwight, at 8:00 am. Today someone poisons the coffee.
- "Do not drink the coffee.
- More instructions will follow.
- "Cordially, future Dwight."
- You'll thank me later.

Jim: So, from time to time, I send Dwight faxes. From himself. From the future.
Dwight: [reading fax] Dwight, at 8:00 a.m. today, someone poisons the coffee. Do not drink the coffee. More instructions will follow. Cordially, Future Dwight.
[sees Stanley about to drink the coffee and sprints across the office, knocking the cup out of Stanley's hand]
Dwight: No!
[after knocking the cup to the floor]
Dwight: You'll thank me later.

Ryan: It makes perfect sense that it would happen today. Because I just received this in the mail.
[pulls out a box of business cards]
Ryan: A thousand business cards with this address and phone number.

Jim: I worked in Scranton for a really long time and... It's gonna be weird that it's all disappearing. I mean, I always knew that the branch would shut down someday. I just figured it would be because Michael sold the building for some magic beans.