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One Second From Every Episode Of ‘The Office’ Was Made Into Video And It’s Awesome

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It’s rare to come across someone who hasn’t seen The Office— and even rarer for someone to see it and not immediately fall in love with it. The NBC comedy series ran from 2005 to 2013, yet remains one of the most widely appreciated shows today, and rightfully so.

Too Many One-Liners To Count

The Office served as a career launching pad for many Hollywood giants today, from Steve Carrell and John Krasinski, to Mindy Kaling and Ed Helms. With a mixture of that kind of talent on set, it’s no surprise the comedic genius the show generated episode after episode. With so many one-liners and memorable quotes and scenes, it can be hard to choose a favorite.

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However, if you’re looking to re-live some of the most entertaining and witty moments from the show, you don’t have to choose between certain episodes. (Even though, let’s be honest, watching re-runs in their entirety will never get old.)

Watch One Second Of Every Episode Of The Office

Thanks to French video editor Estelle Grignon, you can now watch one second from every episode — all 201 of them — in one sitting. The YouTube compilation already has well over 1 million views, so suffice it to say Grignon did a pretty good job at capturing some of the best moments from the series.

The video is four minutes long — a brief yet effective way for Office fans to get their fix when they don’t have enough time to watch a full episode (or even if they do).

A TV Show With Timeless Humor

Although it’s been five years since the comedy series aired its finale, The Office is seemingly still just as relevant and talked about in pop culture today as it was while it was still on air. That says a lot— especially considering how robust the new movie and TV show selection today is.

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Any fan of The Office knows the show is jam-packed with hilarity. But there’s something about seeing one second of each episode compiled densely together that really hits it home, and serves as a reminder as to why it will likely go down as one of the funniest and greatest comedy TV series in history.

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