Dwight's too-realistic fire alarm gives Stanley a heart attack. When he returns, Michael learns that he is the cause of Stanley's stress. To remedy the situation, he forces the office to throw a roast for him.
Did You Know?
The opening scene, in which the characters frantically scramble to escape the Dunder Mifflin office due to what they believe is a fire, took about a day and a half to shoot. It took much longer than the average 45 minutes of shooting time for a scene of that length due to the amount of stunt work involved See more
When Dwight reveals to the rest of the office that it was only a fire drill, he says there is no fire, but he did actually start a fire in a garbage can. No one was seen putting it out. See more
I'm not insightful enough to be a movie critic. Maybe I could be a food critic. "These muffins taste bad." Or an art critic. "That painting is bad."
Edited from The Office: Did I Stutter?
The Something That Is Nothing
Written by John Frizzell
and Gabriel Mann
Performed by Gabriel Mann See more