We’ve compiled all of our favorite merch from The Office in one place so you’ll be all set for your first day as the newest team member of Dunder Mifflin! Check out our favorite picks below, as well as the respective episodes they reference, and add some Scranton style to your life. If you’re a fanatic of this iconic series, you’ll probably know a lot of these hilarious quotes by heart.
Season 2, Episode 2: “Sexual Harassment”
Jim: “Wow, that is really hard. You really think you can go all day long? Well, you always left me satisfied and smiling, so…”
Michael: “That’s what she said!”
If there’s one running gag in The Office that tops them all, “that’s what she said” is the obvious choice. Michael’s go-to catchphrase to alleviate tension in otherwise serious situations, this reoccurring joke is a classic and can now be yours in the form of a snuggly fleece blanket!
Season 2, Episode 10: “Christmas Party”
Memorable Quote: “Presents are the best way to show someone how much you care. It is like this tangible thing you can point to and say, ‘Hey man, I love you this many dollars-worth.’”
- Michael Scott
The first of many Christmas episodes, “Christmas Party,” is the first time we see Michael Scott do his best to add some awkwardness to the holiday season. If you’re looking to dress to impress at your next office holiday party, this sweater is a clear choice.
Season 3, Episode 17: “Business School”
Memorable Quote: “It is a message. It is an inspiration. It is a source of beauty. And without paper, it could not have happened… Unless you had a camera.”
- Michael Scott
Oscar’s boyfriend, Gil, may have rudely referred to Pam’s paintings as “motel art,” but Michael loved this piece so much that he purchased it at Pam’s art show, at which point he hung it up in the office where it remained until the last episode of the series.
Season 3, Episode 21: “Product Recall”
Jim [dressed as Dwight]: “Question. What kind of bear is best?”
Dwight: “That’s a ridiculous question.”
Jim: “False. Black bear.”
Dwight: “Well, that’s debatable. There are basically two schools of thought – “
Jim: “Fact. Bears eat beets. Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica.”
Dwight: “Bears do not— What is going on— What are you doing?!”
Dwight may be known for his standoffish personality, but that’s what has made him a fan favorite in this show’s community! This hilarious mug is sure to have you debating about bears with your coworker before you finish your first round of morning coffee.
Season 4, Episodes 1 & 2: “Fun Run”
Pam [answering the phone]: “Michael Scott’s Dunder Mifflin Scranton Meredith Palmer Memorial Celebrity Rabies Awareness Fun Run Race For The Cure, this is Pam.”
Pam: “Pro-Am Race For The… They hung up.”
Season 4, Episodes 7 & 8: “Money”
Jim: “Mmm… I’d say one in six.”
Jim: “Oh, I thought you asked me what our chances were of being murdered here tonight.”
Live it up on your next weekend getaway when you stay at rustic Schrute Farms! If you just can’t get enough beets in your life, this destination is sure to live up to your expectations. If you’re lucky, Dwight may just read you a bedtime story before you hit the hay.
Season 5, Episode 28: “Company Picnic”
Memorable Quote: “Listen up, everyone. I’ve gone over this lineup very carefully. We cannot forget the humiliation we suffered last year at the softball game with Jim’s whole spider-in-the-mitt incident.”
- Dwight Schrute
There ain’t no company picnic like a Dunder Mifflin company picnic! You’re sure to get the party going with these multicolored pint glasses. Get ready to kick back, relax, watch Michael’s and Holly’s play, “Slum-Dunder Mifflin-aire,” and maybe play a game of softball if you’re feeling up to it (just watch out for spiders).
Season 6, Episode 15: “Sabre”
Memorable Quote: “Dunder Mifflin was recently bought by an electronics company named Sabre. They stepped in at the 11th hour, and they saved our asses. Although David Wallace said that we were the one branch that was actually working right, so we probably could have saved our own asses. We didn’t need them touching our asses.”
- Michael Scott
Sabre’s acquisition of Dunder Mifflin during the sixth season of The Office marked a major turning point for the series, especially for Michael who needed to learn to get in line with Sabre’s new corporate policies. Snuggle up in this cozy blanket and show your love for Dunder Mifflin (a division of Sabre)!
Season 9, Episodes 24 & 25: “Finale”
Memorable Quote: “I sold paper at this company for 12 years. My job was to speak to clients on the phone about quantities and types of copier paper. Even if I didn’t love every minute of it, everything I have, I owe to this job. This stupid, wonderful, boring, amazing job.”
- Jim Halpert
Now, Jim may not be “passionate” about selling paper, per se, but in his closing line of the series, Jim admits that he owes everything to his job at Dunder Mifflin. After all, without that job, he would have never met Pam! Show your love for the finale of one of the greatest comedy series of all time with this mug!