Have you ever worked for a boss who thought he was the funniest man alive? Have you ever been stuck next to some jobs-worth who sucks the life out of you? Have you ever been secretly in love with someone? Did you tell them how you felt? The Office is the comedy phenomenon that reveals the cringe-worthy truth about life in the white collar world. Follow middle-manager Davin Brent and his "family" as they work hard, play hard, laugh, cry, fall in love and perform a dance routine that fuses Flashdance and MC Hammer.
Every classic moment is here from David's training day sing-a-long, to the moving finale at the Christmas party.
After only two series and two specials, The Office has been declared the defining comedy of its generation and a must-see show for anyone who has ever worked 9 - 5.
SERIES 1: Tim (Martin Freeman) really is popular and funny but the joke is on him, as he's stuck in the middle of this little world, a world in which he hates everything except the receptionist Dawn (Lucy Davis). Will Tim escape? Will Dawn choose the right man? And will David Brent (Ricky Gervais) ever regret letting a film crew into The Office.
SERIES 2: Change can be stressful, but manager David Brent reckons he can cope. He's got a new boss, he's been recruited to give motivational lectures and has to integrate the serious and dull Swindon lot with his own crazy brigade. Elsewhere, Tim's got a new office romance and Red Nose Day gives the whole office a chance to unwind--Finchy's still a riot, Keith still has eczema and Gareth has a talking cookie jar--and is still a tosser.
THE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS: Much has happened since our last visit to Wernham Hogg. David Brent released a pop single, Gareth was promoted and Tim said goodbye to Dawn.
Now we follow chilled-out entertainer David as he hits the road in search of fame, fortune and romance. He is promising to show off his new girlfriend at the office Christmas reunion. The only problem is he doesn't have one yet.
Meanwhile Tim is battling with a new colleague...and some old feelings. Dawn has started a new life abroad but she's coming back for one night only. Will the flame still be burning?