I feel like it was not awkward until they were spotted by Meredith (sp)?). It felt like Pam was having fun, but then once others were involved it became real or something. That was always hard for me to watch, it felt like a very real moment. This was a good episode. Jim’s definitely my favorite character before Andy comes in. It seems like something he’d love. Jim and Pam’s faces as Michael confronts Dwight in the break room are priceless. The whole fight sequence between Michael and Dwight during lunch is hilarious. Anyone notice around 18 minutes, there’s a lady leaving the office whose identity is Sweet Scott 20 Schrute I Want People To Be Afraid Of How Much They Love Me Shirt unknown? Didn’t know they still were phasing out extra people in season two.
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I love how this episode shows how sad Dwight is in always wanting to be in charge when he’s talking about how he’s a senpai while there’s footage of him cleaning the karate mats. Also when Jim calls it assistant to the sensei, that made me laugh. The sounds that Steve Carell makes when Dwight punches him are amazing. I’ve always liked this episode but I always forget that Michael wins the fight. I guess because they both horrifically embarrass themselves in the process there isn’t really a true winner. Anytime there is a conflict between Dwight and Michael, where Dwight still wants to be his obsequious self but also tries to be assertive and stand up for himself, usually makes for Sweet Scott 20 Schrute I Want People To Be Afraid Of How Much They Love Me Shirt a funny episode.
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I have mixed feelings about this episode. On the one hand, it’s pretty good. Most of the jokes land and the cold open is Sweet Scott 20 Schrute I Want People To Be Afraid Of How Much They Love Me Shirt one of the series’ best, but the eponymous conflict is kind of bland, and it crams in five different stories, which makes things feel disjointed. For a while, I thought that scene at the end with everyone forging Michael’s signature was in a season one episode, as well as Pam’s little hand reading thing. Still, the lines in this episode are gold.