The Office Fandom has spent years spurring over the show’s nine seasons for hidden Easter Eggs. Several fans have discovered some of the most obvious hidden gems in the NBC series. However, others may have missed the two hidden Easter eggs in the “Garage Sale” show from season 7. Ironically, the two Easter eggs hit back to the same program from season 4.
Office’s Brian Baumgartner gives behind-the-scenes fans access to the hilarious comedy series
The scripted comedy was followed by staffed by fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin on NBC in 2005. After the show unfolded in 2013, fans quickly turned their attention to Netflix, streaming The Office for hours on end.
A cult classic among fans old and new, The Office star Brian Baumgartner wanted to understand what makes the show so popular. Baumgartner, played by accountant Kevin Malone, began the series Oral History of the Office podcast.
On the show, he interviewed the team and the team about their work The Office.
There are a ton of Easter eggs in the office
As no good presentation should be made, The Office Easter eggs have been celebrated by many fans over the course of the show.
For example, when Meredith (Kate Flannery) returns to work after being hit by Michael (Steve Carell) ‘s car, Jim (John Krasinski) signs the team as “John Krasinski.”
Fans have also noticed that David Wallace’s (Andy Buckley) “World’s Best Boss” mug is the equivalent of Michael Michael, as seen in season 2’s “Valentine’s Day” program.
Of course, there are also the Easter Eggs that go back to the British version of the show, like the Ricky Gervais appearance in season 7 or the Scranton Dunder Mifflin office launch. Dunder Mifflin is located at 1725 Slough Avenue, a street named after the town in the United Kingdom where the original series took place.
The Office’s ‘Garage Sale’ program contains two Easter eggs from Dinner Party.
Leave it to fans on Reddit to find an Easter egg so hidden, rarely discussed before.
“Michael is selling his plasma screen at the garage sale,” he said Reddit shared user.
In the comedy series “Dinner Party” from Season 4, Jim and Pam (Jenna Fischer) have to sit through a long and bizarre dinner party. It’s not long before Jan (Melora Hardin) and Michael get into an argument in front of dinner guests.
After a heated discussion about Saint Pauli Girl’s lighting, Jan delivers the final blow. She throws one of Michael’s Dundies on his precious plasma screen television.
Michael’s broken plasma reappears in season 7 of the series as an Easter egg. In “Garage Sale,” Dunder Mifflin employees hold a garage sale in the warehouse. For sale includes the St. Pauli Girl sign and the broken plasma television.
“I can imagine the set designers going through the props looking for stuff to fill the tables for this show and one of them saying, ‘Hey you know what would be funny?’ ”Fan he said on Reddit.
Whatever the reason why the production included Michael’s broken television in the program, it took years for fans to discover the Easter Egg.