Fill your Inbox with hilarious moments from The Office Season Three in this four-disc collection that's crammed with extensive bonus features and all 22 episodes of the 2006 Primetime Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Come... more »dy Series! Steve Carell is back in his Golden Globe-winning role as earnest but clueless boss Michael Scott, who can't help but contribute his own irreverent commentary to the daily happenings at the Scranton branch of the Dunder Mifflin paper company. As the staff deals with potential office closures, mergers, romances, and advancement, Michael's always there to say all the wrong things at all the right times. Including five supersized episodes and over three hours of deleted scenes, The Office Season Three is packed with classic moments from the show that TIME magazine praises for "satirizing the culture of coffee, cubicles and Chili's with heart and laser precision."« less
Goofy fun surrounding an office environment. We have all been there at one time or another.
Jr N. from TAMARAC, FL Reviewed on 3/14/2014...
Really loved watching Michael in every single episode. My daughter and i started watching this series from episode one of season one and never stopped til i ended up buying them all!
Alex D. (SwapaGoat) from STERLING HTS, MI Reviewed on 11/20/2007...
I give it 5 stars out of 5...."That's what she said."
Personally, I recommend this to anyone who works in an office setting. So many ridiculous things happen each episode. The Office is one of the few shows that does not rely on episode continuity(ie: one episode leaves you in suspense so you have to tune in next week to find out what happens) or at least as much as others.
Season 3 is fantastic, and it just keeps getting better. Michael hates Toby, Jim plays more pranks on Dwight, Ben Franklin gets saucy, and Phylis gets married to Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration. Enjoy this one as much as you can, since new episodes of the current season are halted due to the WGA strike.
"Dwight Schrute: I don't care what Jim says. That, is not the real Ben Franklin. I am 99% sure."
Once you get your hands on this you'll never put it down..."That's what she said."
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documentboy | Seattle, WA United States | 10/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"OK, so it's an imitation of a British show. But it's a good imitation. The Pam/Jim saga is heart breaking and wonderful, the Dwight/Jim hostility is satisfying in a naughty way. The supporting characters are wonderfully real and flawed. Not to single any one of them out, as they're all worth watching (and how often can you say that about such a big cast), but Creed is a scream. How many layers of creepiness can one guy have? I haven't mentioned Michael Scott (Steve Carell) because his obvious comic brilliance is sort of compromised for me by the pain of watching his character in action. It's almost too painful to bear."
The Office - The Most Compelling Show Not Yet Cancelled
Brad Lee | USA | 09/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Not too long ago, Arrested Development had me laughing hysterically, dropping my jaw in shock, and then laughing even more hysterically every episode. Until, of course, it got canned.
I went through all 5 stages of grief. Denial: another network will pick it up! Anger: why this show? WHY? It is so funny! Bargaining: Cancel my other favorite shows, I don't care, just don't take this one! Depression: A show this funny will never come again! NEVER! *Cries*
It wasn't until I saw The Office, specifically season 3, that I finally reached stage 5 with acceptance. This show is not only as hilarious and shocking as Arrested Development, it actually has a sweet sprinkle of heart that Arrested Development never really had.
The Pam/Jim struggle has always been compelling, and season 2 left off with a frustrating cliff hanger. But this time, the romance is switched from Jim chasing Pam to Pam chasing Jim. It's truly compelling TV, watching Pam try to win Jim back, while trying to break into the art scene, all while keeping the whole Office family together.
While Michael and Dwight may provide the most laughs, Pam is who made me watch all of season 3 in just one weekend. I just had to see what she was going to do; whether she would give up and be back with Roy again, or if she would have the courage to stand up and fight for what she really wants.
Season 1 was good, Season 2, despite the frustrating cliff hanger, was great. Season 3? Fantastic. And this particular cliff hanger has to be the sweetest in television history. You'll see what I mean.
There's also several other surprises in store. I won't ruin them for you. Must watch TV, my highest recommendations!"
I love this show!!
Kyle A. Morrison | 09/11/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In my opinion The Office is one of the funniest shows that has ever been on television.. this season was the best so far but, every episode of all 3 seasons has made me laugh, which no other show has done, i cant wait for season 4 to start on the 27th!"
D. Hawkins | Denver, CO | 09/10/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As I each watched each episode last season, I was in constant awe that a television series could maintain this amazing level of excellence. My wife and son knew to avoid me when I was watching "The Office" since I would laugh hysterically and actually feel my stomach hurt. Each episode added another piece to the puzzle and really did a number on fleshing out secondary characters (Jan, Kelly, Angela, etc.). Even more amazing is the fact that the actors who play Ryan and Kelly wrote and directed some of this season. When the season ended, I was so excited to get all episodes in one place, I began counting down the days to September. With the Ryan angle set up during the last 10 seconds of the season, I am waiting anxiously for Season 4. We should all rejoice that a show of this high quality is on right now for us to enjoy!!!!! Hallelujah!"