The official YouTube channel of The Office has released a hilarious deleted scene from Season 5 Episode 10 “The Surplus”. Michael Scott vents his frustrations about an unfulfilled childhood Christmas wish. In the clip shown.
Michael Scott is doing his typical mischief. He is continuing to talk to himself about the mess he created. The Office has now become a cultural touchstone, with shows such as Disney+‘s WandaVision paying homage to the iconic sitcom.
The Office makes a Season 5 deleted scene available
The clip shows Michael Scott doing his typical mischief. He is trying to rationalize his way out of a problem during the show. It will be easier for those who remember “The Surplus” episode 10 of season 5. They will be aware that the Dunder Mifflin office is split on what to do with the $4,300 surplus.
He tries to convince the staff that they don’t need anything new for the office. After learning that he can simply turn in the surplus for a bonus equal to 15% of the money. Michael goes on a long rant about how, as a 12-year-old boy, he never received a Pippi Long stocking doll for Christmas.
“‘No!’ said his evil stepfather Jeff. You might not get what you want. You have to have a football.’ And the boy cried, and he cried, and he cried, and he cried, and he cried, and he cried, and he wouldn’t eat his dinner…” Michael then declares that his stepfather Jeff was correct and that since he already had a G.I. Joe, a Stretch Armstrong, a Malibu Barbie, and a Major Matt Mason.
The clip continues as Michael hilariously tries to convince his employees that they don’t need to spend the extra money on anything until Oscar finally catches wind of his true intentions and corners him. The Office YouTube channel occasionally posts other never-before-seen clips that are usually just as amusing as this gem from Season 5. Therefore, fans of the show should definitely keep an eye out for any more moments shared in the future.
The show is a mockumentary set in the Slough Trading Estate in Berkshire, at a branch of the large paper company Wernham Hogg. Slough is a large town immortalized by John Betjeman in his poem “Slough” for its lack of appeal. General manager David Brent leads the office, assisted by his team leader and Assistant. Brent is responsible for much of the series’ comedic success.
Brent’s flaws, such as multiple verbal gaffes and inadvertent racism, are played for laughs. The series’ other main plot revolves around the unassuming Tim Canterbury and his relationship with bored receptionist Dawn Tinsley. Despite her engagement to dour and laddish warehouse worker Lee. Their flirtation soon turns into a mutual romantic attraction.
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