Straight Shooter


WOW is all I can say. Who else saw this coming? We’ve expressed our concern about Dwight’s weapons stash before and worried that his predilection for keeping things like nunchuks and Chinese throwing stars squirreled away around the office could lead to a serious incident of violence. This week was a very close call. But let’s start from the beginning.

Last week, Deangelo Vickers was injured in a tragic basketball-dunking accident in the warehouse and is now in a coma, leaving Dunder Mifflin Scranton without a fearless leader. Still, they seem to be doing OK without a manager — as Jim explains, people come in on their own schedules and get their work done; it’s pretty cool! Of course, they also make time for foosball in Michael’s old office. But it would probably be too much to expect them to not take advantage of the lack of supervision in some way, right? Of course, Jo wasn’t going to let that situation continue forever. Looking for an acting manager to fill the gap until they can find a permanent candidate, Jo first called Jim to offer him the position, but he declined, saying he was happy the way things were. Jim should have known better, though. Seriously, how did he not guess that if he turned the offer down, Jo’s next call would be to Dwight?

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