The conference room at Dunder Mifflin has seen some incredibly awkward, hilarious, and inappropriate moments in The Office. Whether it was Michael Scott or Andy Bernard leading the meeting, there have been numerous times where things got stranger and stranger. There is a standard for appropriate workplace behavior, and the Scranton branch always seemed to cross the line. To Michael, Dunder Mifflin Scranton wasn't just an office full of employees — they were his family. This meant that no topic was off-limits and he encouraged everyone to be honest and open during those meetings — even though they didn't always want to be.
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It first aired on September 21, It was viewed by 9. No longer a temp, Ryan accepts the sales position vacated when Jim transferred to the Stamford branch. Pam looks at Ryan sitting at Jim's former desk and flashes back to Pam and Jim's kiss prior to his transfer. In the flashback, Jim tells Pam he has wanted to do that "for the longest time" and Pam admits the same.
The call to remove gay men and lesbian women from government employment was based on the theory that they were likely to be communist sympathizers and thus security risks. After World War II, thousands of young gay people moved to large cities, where the anonymity of numbers facilitated same-sex relationships. In , sexuality researcher Alfred Kinsey's bestselling book "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" made the public aware that same-sex experiences were far more common than previously believed.
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