That was the point. In the Christmas episode, Dwigt traded the teapot back to Pam in exchange for the video iPod. As a result, Roy bought Pam the MP3 player he promised her, which is the one that Dwigt was helping her figure out in this episode.mightyb said:It wasn't an "iPod"...it was another portable mp3 player....TAsunder said:I'm confused by the ipod from the christmas episode. I thought dwight ended up with it?? Which makes me wonder how he knew so much about the mp3 player pam had.
it was a reference to an earlier episode when her fiancee was sarcastically going to buy her one for xmas, but then didn't have to because she had got it in the "secret santa converted to yankee swap" (which she then traded for the tea pot)
At that time, who ever would have thought that the American version would have more episodes than the British?spikedavis said:I remember when this show first started and people were complaining that this show wasn't as good as the BBC version and they wouldn't give it a chance. Here we are now in the second season and the show has really come into it's own. This is easily one of the 3 funniest shows on TV.
Yeah, they only had Michael tell the story about stepping on the grill. They didn't actually show it - which would have required the camera crew to be in Michael's bedroom that morning.jradford said:Did they show this? I tivo both Earl and Office, and made sure to watch the final seconds of the Earl recording to make sure I didn't miss any of the office. I thought it just opened with Michael calling Pan?