The Office (Tv Series) 2005

The Office is an American situation comedy television series that airs on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) and is developed by Greg Daniels.

It is an American adaptation of the BBC series The Office and depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. The Office is shot in a single camera setup, without a studio audience or a laugh track, and is made in the form of a mockumentary. Although fictional and scripted, the presence of the camera is openly acknowledged by the series’ characters. The Office was adapted for American audiences by executive producer Greg Daniels, a veteran writer for Saturday Night Live, King of the Hill, Rugrats and The Simpsons. Original series creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, who wrote “The Convict” episode, have production credits. It is co-produced by Greg Daniels’ Deedle-Dee Productions and Reveille Productions, in association with NBC Universal Television Studios. The show debuted on NBC as a midseason replacement on March 24, 2005, replacing the sitcom Committed.

Plot: A remake of the hit 2001 BBC TV series The Office (2001), this is a mockumentary that documents the exploits of a paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Made up of head chief Michael Scott, a harmlessly deluded and ignorantly insensitive boss who cares about the welfare of his employees while trying to put his own spin on company policy. With an office including the likes of various peers who have their own hangups, The Office (2005) takes a look at the lives of its co-workers: bored but talented salesman Jim, his mildly sociopathic, butt kissing enemy Dwight, mildly righteous receptionist Pam, and indifferent temp Ryan.
In keeping with its mockumentary format, the show has no laugh track. All music must be diegetic, with songs either sung or played by the characters or heard on radios, computers or other devices. In “The Dundies” episode however, Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” is played just before and also alongside the closing credits. Also, in the episode “Dinner Party”, the song written by Jan’s old assistant Hunter titled “That One Night”, which was played at the dinner party, is played near the end of the episode as different characters drive home from Michael’s house. It starts out being played in Jim’s car while he and Pam eat, but then continues as Michael and Dwight drive down the road. Featured music tends to be well known, and often older, popular songs in order to reflect the character, such as Michael’s attempt to seem hip by using “Mambo No. 5” and later “My Humps” as cellular phone ringtones. A few times in season 2 and season 3, the famous 80’s metal act Mötley Crüe is featured in the show with songs Wild Side in season 2 and Kickstart My Heart in season 3.
* Steve Carell – Michael Scott (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Rainn Wilson – Dwight Schrute (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* John Krasinski – Jim Halpert (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Jenna Fischer – Pam Beesly (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* B.J. Novak – Ryan Howard (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Leslie David Baker – Stanley Hudson (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Brian Baumgartner – Kevin Malone (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Phyllis Smith – Phyllis Lapin (89 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Kate Flannery – Meredith Palmer (88 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Angela Kinsey – Angela Martin (88 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Mindy Kaling – Kelly Kapoor (84 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Creed Bratton – Creed Bratton (81 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Paul Lieberstein – Toby Flenderson (79 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Oscar Nuñez – Oscar Martinez (78 episodes, 2005-2009)
* Ed Helms – Andy Bernard (54 episodes, 2006-2009)
* Melora Hardin – Jan Levinson (37 episodes, 2005-2008)
* Craig Robinson – Darryl Philbin (36 episodes, 2005-2009)

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