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'The Office': 18 Best Musical Moments
We know we're not alone in declaring that "The Office" without Steve Carell is bound to be a strange, strange place. As we prepare for tonight's (Apr. 28) departure of Michael Scott on the NBC sitcom (i.e. wallow in denial), we're reliving some of his greatest hits during the show's seven seasons. Specifically, Michael Scott's many musical moments -- plus six extras from the cast.
"Forever" (Jim & Pam's Wedding)
Season 6, Episodes 4-5
In what is -- dare we say it -- the greatest musical moment from "The Office," Jim and Pam's wedding gets a
"It's Britney, Bitch"
Season 5, Episode 23
Michael Scott is back -- both with his new paper company and his uninformed cultural references. "It's Britney, bitch" -- Lady Gaga gets that all the time, right?
Season 5, Episode 2
Kicking off a business ethics seminar, Holly and Michael cop Olivia Newton John's style with a nod to her "Physical" video. This is Michael Scott at his best: Completely inappropriate, yet completely unaware. Nice sweatbands, guys.
"Life Is a Highway"
Season 5, Episode 6
When his girlfriend Holly gets transferred to Dunder Mifflin's Nashua, NH branch, Michael (and poor, poor Darryl) help her move. The unlikely trio make the road-trip tolerable by singing Tom Cochrane's "Life Is a Highway" -- over and over again. Michael, if you don't know the words by the fourth time around...
Musical Moments From The Cast
"People Person's Paper People"
Season 4, Episode 9
Season 6, Episode 3
"Party in the USA"
Season 6, Episode 15
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
Season 6, Episode 13
"Take Me Home Country Road"
Season 5, Episode 21
Creed Bratton's "Rubber Tree"