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[Dwight walks into the kitchen as Jim puts up a paper that says “Join The Fist” with a picture of a clenched fist] 

Dwight Schrute : “Hey, hey, hey, hey. What do you think you’re doing? What’s this? What’s ‘The Fist’ ?”

Jim Halpert : “It’s just a social club. Like the French Revolution or The Black Panthers or communism. It’s just a club. Guys talking.”

Dwight Schrute : “You expect me to believe that you’re starting a rebellion?”

Jim Halpert : “Nope, social club. God, I hate when everybody calls us a rebellion. ”

[Darryl walks into the kitchen. Jim puts his fist up and Darryl does it back] 

Dwight Schrute : “Okay, you know what? I would love to join 'The Fist’ . ”

Jim Halpert : “And we would love to have you, but not today. Unfortunately, it’s a bad day, what with Operation Overthrow and everything, but I have noted it! ”

[Dwight tears the sign down, Jim hangs two signs in its place]

The Office, “Dwight K. Schrute (Acting) Manager”, Season 7, Episode 23

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Oscar Martinez: “That isn’t ethics. Ethics is a real discussion of the competing conceptions of the good. This is just the corporate anti-shoplifting rules.”

Andy Bernard: “I’ll drop an ethics bomb on you. Would you steal bread to feed your family? … Boom!”

Oscar Martinez: “Exactly, Andy.”

Andy Bernard: “Yeah, I took intro to philosophy, twice. No big deal.”

Dwight Schrute: “It’s a trick question. The bread is poisoned. Also, it’s not your real family. You’ve been cuckolded by a stronger, smarter male.”

Andy Bernard: “No that’s… not how it works.”

Michael Scott: “I would not… steal the bread. And I would not let my family go hungry.”

The Office, “Business Ethics”, Season 5, Episode 3

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Chapter Nineteen - Mambo No. 5


Word Count: 3694

Author’s Note: Quite glad that the last chapter was short, because these next chapters are longgg. There’s a whole big flashback sequence here, which I haven’t really done before, so hopefully you guys like it. Yeah, Chapter Twenty will be coming soon, I want to get it perfect, so expect two-three days from now.

WARNING: none.

For previous chapters click here.

September, 2007.

It rained the day Pam was assigned to Dundie Duty.

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Jim’s Best Friend

Part Seventeen - What We’ve Resorted To


Word Count: 3160

Author’s Note: the tensions are high, and the world is changing. I should let you all know that after I reach part twenty, I’ll be taking a little break for a week, for a mixture of bulk writing and relaxation before I post the next chapters (also I am watching the office as I go and I need to watch season four and five through). 

WARNING: none.

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July, 2007.

The silent agony that was working beside Jim Halpert day in and day out had become a very real struggle. Watching him flirt with Karen, laugh with Pam, prank Dwight, all while feeling excluded from his bubble had started damaging your work: your sales had dropped, and even when you tried working in the annex, it was still impossible to find the motivation to get back into a work flow that led to anything positive.

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