Michael Scott from The Office is notorious for his cringe-worthy behavior towards his employer, Dunder Mifflin, but they are just as bad.
The Office's two greatest couples have sealed their place in fans' hearts, but which is better? Pam and Jim or Dwight and Angela?
Jim has pranked Dwight dozens of times in The Office, but some of his pranks were truly hilarious.
Steve Carell pitches a crazy idea for the cast of The Office to finally return, in a reboot of the classic 1980s workplace sitcom Cheers.
The Office's Dwight and Angela had just as an important love story as Pam and Jim did, but it wasn't without its fittingly weird points.
Angela and Phyllis' relationship is - at best - rocky on The Office. Here are some particularly meanspirited acts committed by both characters.
While Michael, Jim, Pam, and Dwight entertained fans, without a great cast of supporting characters, the show wouldn’t have been as popular.
From Schrute Bucks to Stanely Nickels and everything in between, here's everything wrong with Dwight's nonsensical economy in The Office.
Jim Halpert memorably left Scranton after The Office season 2 to transfer to another branch. Here's the real reason why Jim decided to leave.
While Michael Scott often toes the line of good and evil, a few of the characters from The Office can be categorized a bit easier.
Michael Scott's Threat Level Midnight movie from The Office featured many pop culture references, including a reference to Michael Bay's Armageddon.
Phyllis and Bob Vance are the most underrated couple on The Office. Their relationship is full of sweet moments and we share the most adorable.
Jan and Michael had to be one of the worst relationships on The Office - and these are their worst ever moments.
Inappropriate workplace behavior runs wild on The Office, but Pam and the rest of the women put up with the worst. Here are the most cringey moments.