The Last Dundies: Top 10 Moments from Season 7 of The Office

Ivan Ornelas
9 min readSep 8, 2020

Ahead of The Office’s impending removal from Netflix in 2021, not only did I want to rewatch the entire series one last time but I wanted to share my favorites quotes and moments with you. The question then became: how do I do this in a way that doesn’t overload the reader with thousands of memorable scenes in this iconic TV series? I decided to attempt to narrow it down to the top 10 from each season. Picking just 10 moments for this season has proved to be a harder process than it is for Michael to say goodbye to Dunder Mifflin.

These selections are based on my personal enjoyment of each quote/moment so there will be some bias but hopefully if you have any disagreements, share with me your top 10 in the comments below or on Social Media. My Twitter is @IvanOrnelas2 and my Instagram is @ivanthewriter95. All photos are credited to The Office and NBC. I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane and this inspires you to give the series one last watch before it goes away at least on this streaming platform. Also, apologies for the one-month hiatus.

10: Dwight’s Wigs of His Fellow Coworkers (Episode 11 Classy Christmas Part 1)

Dwight is quite literally prepared for every situation, and he unleashed his inner Kirby Copy Ability in the middle of a snowball fight with Jim. Dwight pushed his rival to his breaking point not just wish his endless supply of snowballs but with mind games. By having wigs of every person who works at Dunder Mifflin, it just adds to what we already know about one of the most unique characters on the show. Even seven seasons into The Office, Dwight finds new ways to entertain and rarely disappoints.

9: Creed’s Tenure as Acting Manager (Episode 25 Search Committee Part 1)

Remember when Creed was nearly fired during the downsizing arc of this series? Somehow, he found his way to the acting manager role after Michael’s departure. It goes about as well, or poorly, as you would expect. The best case scenario is that Creed gets stuck in his own little world and everyone else performs their roles. However, he demands they call up their biggest clients to renew deals which is a big risk with him at the helm. Leave it to Pam to find the perfect solution to keep Dunder Mufflin’s most unpredictable employee at…

Ivan Ornelas

Manchester United, Quakes, Roots, and Chivas fan. Primarily covering soccer, followed by other sports. Occasionally Writes about Reality TV and Games too.