Michael and Holly, Sitting in a Tree

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Litigation Value: A narrow escape from Michael burning the office down (twice) and, as always, plenty of lost productivity while the employees held a garage sale, played “Dallas” and helped Michael propose to Holly. Since last night’s “Office” was another rerun, I thought I would take this opportunity to talk about the “Garage Sale” episode. This, folks, was the big one. The epic proposal that we have all been waiting for. Now, I know I’ve given Holly a pretty hard time about her relationship choices. And I’m not saying, even now, that I approve of an HR rep dating within the office. But I’m also an “Office” fan and I’ve waited a long time for Michael to find some happiness. So I’m going to take off my employment lawyer hat for a moment and confess that I am giddy about Michael and Holly finally getting engaged.

Of course, since this is Michael Scott we’re talking about, the proposal was going to have to be the most elaborate, dramatic event he could dream up. Michael’s first idea was to write his proposal in fire. Pam found Michael “preparing” (i.e., drizzling gasoline in the parking lot) and — fortunately for Dunder Mifflin/Sabre, Vance Refrigeration, and the rest of the building tenants — was able to gently dissuade Michael from that course. Pam quickly convened a meeting with Jim, Oscar, and Ryan to help Michael brainstorm ways to propose to Holly that would be epic but also “safe.”

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