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The Office 9 Seasons 2007

Season 3
4.6 out of 5 stars (25) IMDb 8.8/10

Season 3 punches in with Jim Halpert's unexpected transfer to the Stamford office but will it punch out the closing of the Scranton branch?

Starring:
Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson
Original air date:
May 17, 2007

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Season 3

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1. Gay Witch Hunt

The Dunder Mifflin staff deals with some surprises around the office in the wake of Casino Night.

CC TV-14 September 21, 2006 21 minutes
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2. The Convention

Michael, Dwight and Jan head to a major office supply convention in Philadelphia.

CC TV-14 September 28, 2006 21 minutes
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3. The Coup

Fed up with Michael's antics in the office, Angela pushes Dwight to take action against him.

CC TV-14 October 5, 2006 21 minutes
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4. Grief Counseling

Michael freaks out at the death of the former regional manager and forces the staff through grief counseling.

CC TV-14 October 12, 2006 21 minutes
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5. Initiation

Dwight takes Ryan out for his first sales call and puts him through an outrageous series of tests along the way - script written by series star B.J. Novak.

CC TV-14 October 19, 2006 21 minutes
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6. Diwali

Michael urges the entire office to support diversity by celebrating the Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights--script written by series star Mindy Kaling.

CC TV-14 November 2, 2006 22 minutes
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7. Branch Closing

News of the Scranton branch shutdown leads the Dunder Mifflin's staff to dream of what their lives might be like away from the office.

CC TV-14 November 9, 2006 31 minutes
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8. The Merger

The Scranton branch faces a surprising merger which forces the staff to cope with a variety of significant changes.

CC TV-14 November 16, 2006 30 minutes
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9. The Convict

The office learns that one of the former Stamford branch employees is an ex-convict - episode written by British series creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.

CC TV-14 November 30, 2006 22 minutes
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10. A Benihana Christmas-Parts 1 & 2

In a special one-hour holiday episode directed by Harold Ramis, strife on the party planning committee results in two competing Christmas parties, while Michael is dumped for the holidays.

CC TV-14 December 14, 2006 42 minutes
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11. Back From Vacation

Michael returns from his Jamaican vacation as the office prepares for a night of inventory.

CC TV-14 January 4, 2007 21 minutes
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12. Traveling Salesmen

Michael has the sales staff pair up and venture out into the field - directed by Executive Producer Greg Daniels.

CC TV-14 January 11, 2007 22 minutes
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13. The Return

The office celebrates Oscar's return to Dunder Mifflin.

CC TV-14 January 18, 2007 29 minutes
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14. Ben Franklin

Michael celebrates Phyllis' wedding shower by bringing two adult performers into the office, a stripper and Ben Franklin.

CC TV-14 February 1, 2007 21 minutes
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15. Phyllis' Wedding

While the office gets ready for Phyllis's big day, an important task appointed to Michael goes embarrassingly wrong.

CC TV-14 February 8, 2007 21 minutes
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16. Business School

Michael is invited to be a guest speaker at Ryan's business school while back at the office, Dwight goes batty trying to catch a bat.

CC TV-14 February 15, 2007 21 minutes
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17. Cocktails

Michael and Jan make their relationship public during a party, Jim meets Karen's ex and the staff goes to happy hour for drinks.

CC TV-14 February 22, 2007 22 minutes
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18. The Negotiation

Salary negotiations drive Michael to think about his own pay.

CC TV-14 April 5, 2007 21 minutes
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19. Safety Training

For safety-training day at Dunder-Mifflin, Michael and Dwight attempt to expose all workplace dangers to the staff.

CC TV-14 April 12, 2007 21 minutes
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20. Product Recall

The staff goes into crisis mode after a shipment of paper goes out with an obscene watermark.

CC TV-14 April 26, 2007 21 minutes
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21. Women's Appreciation

Outrage breaks out in the office after Phyllis gets an unexpected eyeful from a flasher.

CC TV-14 May 3, 2007 28 minutes
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22. Beach Games

Michael is being considered for a position in Corporate and has to recommend his replacement.

CC TV-14 May 10, 2007 27 minutes
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23. The Job

In the season finale, the office is still buzzing from the events of their day at the beach. A job opening in Corporate pits coworker against coworker as Michael, Jim and Karen all head to New York for final interviews.

CC TV-14 May 17, 2007 42 minutes
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I've never been the boldest of persons. And that's probably true, to be honest, of most people. Even people who have pretty assertive personalities and who seem pretty ambitious career-wise are often playing things safe, keeping to the sure and secure path. I've always thought that that is one of the things that works about The Office (at least when it's at it's best). It's about that cycle we get trapped within, where we sacrifice all of our lives at work doing something that we don't love and that doesn't make a lot of sense. And doing it with people we don't like that much and doing it for supervisors who seem to have succeeded simply by nature of their mindlessness that keeps them unaware of how absurd everything is and keeps them from threatening or questioning the people above them. The Office has always been pretty good about pointing out all of those absurdities, and sometimes the despair, and at finding little glints of grace that are potentially present anyway.

I think I fell in love with "Beach Games," in a pretty irrational way, because Pam in it shows such courage and grace. Pretty well everyone in this episode is trapped in some way, by something. Pam cannot stand up against Michael's directive to write down what everyone is doing during Beach Day. Toby cannot confront Michael's order to stay at the office during the holiday from work. Angela and Dwight are clearly in love, but they cannot declare so openly to the other members of the office. Michael cannot muster the courage to walk through the hot coals. Andy cannot get out of the lake he's fallen into. All of them are caught up in the absurd workplace situation with Michael as boss.
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By Jen on November 5, 2012
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Hysterical! This is one of my favorite episodes. The video quality is excellent, and audio is outstanding. Michael takes the staff to the beach in an effort to identify who is most qualified to replace him as office manager, using a series of survival games. If you enjoy the "Jim and Pam" romance, this is an episode you will enjoy. All of the characters are at their best, (or worst) and it's just nonstop fun!
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I've never been the boldest of persons. And that's probably true, to be honest, of most people. Even people who have pretty assertive personalities and who seem pretty ambitious career-wise are often playing things safe, keeping to the sure and secure path. I've always thought that that is one of the things that works about The Office (at least when it's at it's best). It's about that cycle we get trapped within, where we sacrifice all of our lives at work doing something that we don't love and that doesn't make a lot of sense. And doing it with people we don't like that much and doing it for supervisors who seem to have succeeded simply by nature of their mindlessness that keeps them unaware of how absurd everything is and keeps them from threatening or questioning the people above them. The Office has always been pretty good about pointing out all of those absurdities, and sometimes the despair, and at finding little glints of grace that are potentially present anyway.

I think I fell in love with "Beach Games," in a pretty irrational way, because Pam in it shows such courage and grace. Pretty well everyone in this episode is trapped in some way, by something. Pam cannot stand up against Michael's directive to write down what everyone is doing during Beach Day. Toby cannot confront Michael's order to stay at the office during the holiday from work. Angela and Dwight are clearly in love, but they cannot declare so openly to the other members of the office. Michael cannot muster the courage to walk through the hot coals. Andy cannot get out of the lake he's fallen into. All of them are caught up in the absurd workplace situation with Michael as boss.
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I bought just this episode because I teach psychology and the opening scene is Jim classically conditioning Dwight. Great episode of a great show!
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This is when the season was in it's prime. I feel that it's jumped the shark these days, but it was incredible at one point, and this is it.
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By Insight on September 4, 2012
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Very funny! I love the office and when ever I'm having a not so great day I watch this episode it makes me laugh every time.
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When Steve Carell left, I cried. He was genius in this show. Watch all the seasons again over Christmas break!
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A classic and it has the requirements for a business class I had the episode assignd to me... fun work.
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