Michael Scott: What part of "shorn't" don't you understand, Kevin? Michael Scott: You can't, because I don't care. Jim Halpert: So we had to park at a satellite parking lot [tilts head] Jim Halpert: over there.
Jones is renovating their offices, and their construction crews are taking up some of the parking spaces we used to get.
Angela is in a great deal of pain because of the death of her cat and she is in a kind of grieving process and it makes her say things.
Ryan Howard: What I really want, honestly Michael, is for you to know it so that you can communicate it to the people here, to your clients, to whomever. Dwight Schrute: Yes, I did, except I don't think she means it.
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1998.1.2744 , 1966-1967 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.I won't recount the entire opening of this episode of The Office, but just knowing that it had to do with knock-knock jokes, face-slapping, and the KGB is enough to make me grin again (especially when Michael tells Dwight to open the door when Jim (or, the KGB) "knocks" and Dwight doesn't want to open the door).From there we meet a Willy Wonkified Michael who has a "golden" promotional idea, but when the idea backfires he tries to force Dwight to claim the idea was his.1998.1.808 Andy Warhol was born Andrew Warhola on August 6, 1928, in a two-room apartment at 73 Orr Street in a working-class neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Carpatho-Rusyn immigrants from an area in the Carpathian Mountains in what is present-day Eastern Slovakia, his parents Andrej and Julia Warhola had three sons, Paul, John, and Andy, the youngest.