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The Office by Andy Greene
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Mar 24, 2020 | ISBN 9781524744977
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“When Andy Greene interviewed me for this book, he was actually the first person to mention that I had acted in a TV show … I thought up to that point that I was actually working at a paper company. But in any case, I loved the book. It’s spot on, with great background stories, and I learned so much.”
Creed Bratton, actor, The Office

“At times poignant, at times hilarious, and always fascinating, Andy Greene’s The Office is a treasure chest of new details and photos. Along with your DVDs and bobbleheads, you must add this to your own superfan collection.”
Jennie Tan, founder of the top fan site OfficeTally.com

“A tremendously fun must-read for anyone who loves the show! Andy Greene gets you inside the entire process, including the show’s creation, casting, what happened inside the writer’s room, and what actors were thinking during specific scenes. Reveals so many inside details about the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, many that even I didn’t know—and I played the owner!”
Andy Buckley (aka David Wallace), actor, The Office

“A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at The Office. Even though the show was my home for many years, I still learned a lot by reading this book. I couldn’t put it down!”
—Jennifer Celotta, executive producer and writer on The Office

“Andy Greene’s epic history of The Office is as brilliant, riotous, addictive and essential as the show itself. Greene tells the whole strangely heroic tale of how one weird show accidentally reshaped TV comedy—and makes it feel like a time capsule of our entire culture.”
Rob Sheffield, New York Times bestselling author of Dreaming the Beatles and Love is a Mixtape

“In this behind-the-scenes trove for the countless fans of The Office, Rolling Stone senior writer Greene pulls together comments, context, and insights in a round-table style that tracks the sitcom’s origins and success… With cogent chapters about key episodes, lead characters… craft talk, and nuts-and-bolts details, Greene smartly lets the contributors elaborate how a workplace mockumentary became a cultural phenomenon… A fond, funny, informative trip down Memory Lane for series buffs and newcomers alike.”
Kirkus

“First-time author Greene delivers a fascinating oral history of The Office… Greene, a pop culture writer for Rolling Stone, illuminates the show thanks to nearly 100 interviews with cast members, writers, directors, producers, and crew along with various TV executives and critics… With its wealth of anecdotes, this entertaining history will delight the series’s many fans.”
Publishers Weekly

“Greene’s affectionate tribute will satisfy Office devotees eager for a behind-the-scenes look at this beloved sitcom.”
—Library Journal

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