Scripts from the first series of "The Office," the BBC TV sitcom that shows how anyone can be a great boss and a funny person—according to the Brentmeister General, David Brent.
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Welcome to Wernham Hogg, a paper company stuck in dreary old Slough, where life is stationery. Critics and fans alike have lauded this hilarious, biting look inside the cubicle walls as a cult classic in the vein of This is Spinal Tap and The Larry Sanders Show.
Meet David Brent, the worst boss you'll never have. The wince-worthy regional manager thinks he's the funniest bloke around, and territorial yes-man, Gareth Keenan would undoubtedly agree. Self-proclaimed team leader Gareth is constantly bickering with witty nemesis Tim, an apathetic sales rep who wears his boredom on his sleeve. Tim is trapped in their ridiculous little world - but the center of his universe is lovely Dawn, the betrothed receptionist of his affection and the reason he returns each morning.
Will Tim escape the too white walls of The Office? Will Dawn choose the right man? Will MI-6 ever call on Gareth to help them out? And will David Brent ever regret letting a film crew into The Office? The answers, plus extra features including David Brent's e-mail correspondence and full music and lyrics for 'Freelove Freeway' are all inside the complete scripts to the first series of the phenomenally successful award-winning television series. (Plus, view the first series in its entirety on DVD, which is packed with great bonus features.)
Hell is other people...in The Office.Review:
"4 out of 4 stars." -- USA Today
"Subtle, searing and laugh-bitterly-out-loud funny." -- The Chicago Tribune
"Wickedly funny." -- The New York Times
“It’s a work of genius and the best British comedy of the past five years.” -- Los Angeles Times
“It’s one of the funniest comedies I’ve seen all year.” -- Matt Groening, The Simpsons
“The funniest thing you’re likely to see all year... It’s also funnier than anything you saw last year.” -- The San Francisco Chronicle
“This hilarious BBC mocumentary series provides a wincingly well–observed view of banal office life at a paper company.” -- Entertainment Weekly
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