The Best The Office, Season 7, Episode 7 Quotes

Dwight: Do you have any idea how expensive wool is in Transylvania? 'Cause of the Euro.

Young: [getting off the bus after Michael and Andy] Wait for me... Don't say anything to my parents.

Pam: I'm going to set up hand-sanitizing stations around the office.
Dwight: No. No. No. They will cost you your life.
Jim: Elaborate
Dwight: The worst thing you can do for your immune system is to coddle it. They need to fight their own battles. If Sabre really cared about our well-being, they would set up hand-desanitizing stations. A simple bowl at every juncture filled with dirt, vomit, fecal matter.
Pam: I'm not- I'm not going to do that.
Dwight: Exposing yourself to germs is the best way to make yourself stronger.
Jim: So by that rationale, if I had to sneeze, I should just sneeze on you.
Dwight: Yes. I would welcome it.
Jim: [Sneezes on Dwight] You're welcome.

- You wouldn't hesitate to save a family member from a burning building, but what if the earth was your building and all the people on it were your family?
- What if the moon was your car and Jupiter was your hair brush?
Michael: Shh! Thank you.
- Or should I say, gracias.

- There's my girl. All right.
- Hold on one second. There we go.
- What's that face for?
- Oh, my... oh, my god.
- Cece, no. No, no, no. Not on the dress.
- Cece, stop.

Pam: I know alot of us have been feeling under the weather lately. It's that time of year. And, according to a study done by the University of Arizona, they discovered that your keyboards have hundreds of times more bacteria per square inch than a toilet seat.
Kelly: I heard your mama has more bacteria per square inch than a toilet seat.
Michael: Thats true. Thats true. I dated her mama. And you know what?...
Jim: Stop.

- about what you're gonna put in your gullet, you're gonna die in about a month.
- Oh, hey, meemaw, would you watch Cece for a second?
- Don't worry. She's asleep. I'm just gonna track down some more chairs.
- Fine.
- Fine, I guess I'll watch
- Suzanne's purse and your baby.

Andy: What if the moon was your car, and Jupiter was your hairbrush?

Pam: Cece's getting christened today.
Jim: Big day.
Pam: Everyone from work is here. We weren't planning on that.
Jim: Nope.

- All right, well, you have great seats. Enjoy the show.
- Okay. Thank you for coming, Michael.
Michael: [Don't even know how to say this.
- But Cece is turning out to be a little b-i-t-c-h.
- And that's not true, but her parents are kind of boxing me out.

Ryan: For all their genorosity of spirit they password protect their wireless?
Kelly: Try 'Jesus'.
Dwight: Opus Dei.

- You're welcome.
- The principle is sound.
- To avoid illness, expose yourself to germs, [sneezes]
- Enabling your immune system to develop antibodies.
- I don't know why everyone doesn't do this.
- Maybe they have something against living forever.

Kelly: [after pulling her car up] Get in, quick!
Michael: Why quick?
Kelly: So it's faster!

Minister: Today we also say goodbye to our young adult ministry. They're leaving for 3 months to build a school for the village of Quimixto in Cabo Corrientes, Mexico.
Ryan: I've heard of that place. If you go to Cabo San Lucas, all the prostitutes are from Cabo Corrientes.

- Okay, stop the dang bus.
- Okay, well, a pleasure.
- Go save the world.
- We'll keep an eye on america for you.
- Wait for me!
- Don't say anything to my parents.

- Bye. Good luck.
- Good luck to you. Bye.
- Do good. Do good.
- Bye. Have fun.
- We're proud of you.