View With Your Crew: The Office: Season 5

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In team sports, togetherness is necessary for success. However, the same fusion that drives a team to win is also needed once the players hang up their cleats and head into the real world. Some will probably work 9 to 5 desk jobs.

Is there a better-bonded work team than the one at Dunder Mifflin? The people are all about togetherness, in and out of the office. So sit back and relax with your crew, and feel free to take notes on bringing your team closer with hints from this week's DVD selection.

The Office: Season 5 [NBC]Release Date: September 7Starring: Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski and Jenna FischerTV Rating: PG

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In team sports, togetherness is necessary for success. However, the same fusion that drives a team to win is also needed once the players hang up their cleats and head into the real world. Some will probably work 9 to 5 desk jobs.

Is there a better-bonded work team than the one at Dunder Mifflin? The people are all about togetherness, in and out of the office. So sit back and relax with your crew, and feel free to take notes on bringing your team closer with hints from this week's DVD selection.

The Office: Season 5 [NBC]
Release Date: September 7
Starring: Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer
TV Rating: PG

Ever wonder what your parents do all day at their offices? Well, this show doesn't really answer that question. Inside Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, located in beautiful Scranton, Pa., the office is anything but ordinary.

Head chief Michael Scott (Steve Carell), with help from his right-hand man Dwight Schrute [Rainn Wilson], is all about team bonding and making sure the work environment is always upbeat and fun. Filled with unique characters, this place of business is all about team building, and what goes on will have viewers falling out of their chairs in laughter.

STACK's Favorite DVD Extras: More than three hours of deleted scenes (it's like watching another six full episodes), gag reels and 100 moments from 100 episodes


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