In 2005, television comedy writer, producer, and director Gregory Martin Daniels introduced Americans to the adaptation of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's British TV show, "The Office."
The mocumentary ran from 2005 to 2013, and the rest, so they say, is history.
More than seven years after its finale, "The Office" has once again gotten up on the charts.
People have been binge-watching the series since lockdowns due to the pandemic. And there's a reason behind the renewed interest apart from boredom.
We have been missing our interactions with our colleagues. Our office jobs may be stressful and cast a heavy toll on our physical being.
Being within our homes' confines for more than a year now made us realize the importance of working in our social life. Funny how we thought it's another way around, right (job ruining our social life)?
If you're someone binge-watching "The Office," you may want to look at these "The Office" themed gifts we found.
Gift yourself some. You deserved it!
After all, you're rocking the pandemic!
These "The Office" themed gifts include socks, keychains, mugs, tumblers, towels, throw pillows, character wall art, and gender-neutral apparel.
There's even a Dundie Award replica. Remember the annual award from Dunder Mifflin Scranton regional manager Michael Scott to boost employee morale?
You might also want to send some "The Office" themed mementos to your colleagues as the pandemic prevents spending time together.
It seems like only yesterday when you're laughing and dealing with job-related stress with each other every second of the day.
Let these "The Office" themed gifts be a remembrance of that special bond you shared being co-workers. After all, the famous TV show does share some real-life workplace mechanics.
The show features the everyday life of the employees at the branch of paper company Dunder Mifflin. Do you know that many of those playing a part in "The Office" were also writers on the show?
In the last episodes, many of the staff and crew of "The Office," including directors, producers, and writers, acted as the Dunder Mifflin employees.
The participation of the real-life staff and crew acting for "The Office" even prompted the show to have working computers.
As the significant casts go about their reel life, the entire staff and crew go about tasks like emailing and some leisure activities like online shopping and playing solitaire.