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All The Famous People In "The Office" That You Probably Forgot About


1. Evan Peters as Luke Cooper

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 1: “Nepotism”

In 2010, Evan Peters played Michael Scott’s nephew on a nationally broadcast sitcom in which he was spanked on the butt. A year later he played the ghost of a 17-year-old psychiatric patient living in a “murder house.” Hollywood. Is. Weeeeird.

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 1: “Nepotism”

In 2010, Evan Peters played Michael Scott’s nephew on a nationally broadcast sitcom in which he was spanked on the butt. A year later he played the ghost of a 17-year-old psychiatric patient living in a “murder house.” Hollywood. Is. Weeeeird.

2. Yvette Nicole Brown as Paris

NBC

Episode: Season 3, Episode 13: “The Return”

If these Office reboot rumors are true, they need to find a way to write Yvette Nicole Brown in ASAP!

NBC

Episode: Season 3, Episode 13: “The Return”

If these Office reboot rumors are true, they need to find a way to write Yvette Nicole Brown in ASAP!

3. Dakota Johnson as Dakota (Kevin’s replacement)

Episode: Season 9, Episode 23: “Finale”

In the very last episode of The Office, Dakota Johnson became the new Kevin Malone. But let’s be honest, I doubt Dakota undercooks the onions, or is up the night before pressing garlic and dicing whole tomatoes. Does Dakota toast her own ancho chilies? Doubt it. On the other hand, she may actually know how to balance the books without making up numbers.

Episode: Season 9, Episode 23: “Finale”

In the very last episode of The Office, Dakota Johnson became the new Kevin Malone. But let’s be honest, I doubt Dakota undercooks the onions, or is up the night before pressing garlic and dicing whole tomatoes. Does Dakota toast her own ancho chilies? Doubt it. On the other hand, she may actually know how to balance the books without making up numbers.

4. Josh Groban as Walter Bernard, Jr.

NBC

Episodes: Season 8, Episode 4: “Garden Party”; Season 9, Episode 6: “The Boat”

Who knew Josh Groban was so damn funny? Confusing Meredith for Pam, taking Andy’s moment from him, all with that dorky smile — you wanted to hate him but you couldn’t.

NBC

Episodes: Season 8, Episode 4: “Garden Party”; Season 9, Episode 6: “The Boat”

Who knew Josh Groban was so damn funny? Confusing Meredith for Pam, taking Andy’s moment from him, all with that dorky smile — you wanted to hate him but you couldn’t.

5. Kevin McHale as Pizza Delivery Guy

Episode: Season 4, Episode 3: "Launch Party" (aka Lunch Party)Come on, is it really still considered "kidnapping" if said kid refused to honor the coupon you have?

NBC

Episode: Season 4, Episode 3: “Launch Party” (aka Lunch Party)

Come on, is it really still considered “kidnapping” if said kid refused to honor the coupon you have?

6. Melissa Rauch as Cathy (the mother of the baby Pam accidentally breast fed)

Episode: Season 6, Episode 18: "The Delivery: Part 2"Okay, okay, okay... who here hasn't accidentally taken the wrong baby out of their bassinet and breast fed it, then realized you were holding the wrong child, so you secretly put the baby back without its actual mother knowing? Exactly, no one.

NBC

Episode: Season 6, Episode 18: “The Delivery: Part 2”

Okay, okay, okay… who here hasn’t accidentally taken the wrong baby out of their bassinet and breast fed it, then realized you were holding the wrong child, so you secretly put the baby back without its actual mother knowing? Exactly, no one.

7. Jim Carrey as Finger Lakes Guy

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: "Search Committee"All episode long there was a character being referred to only as the guy who "kept telling us he had to get back to the Finger Lakes," which was funny enough. Eventually, we got an 11-second glimpse of that character, who ended up being Jim Carrey — who, by the way pulled off creepy very well... too well...

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: “Search Committee”

All episode long there was a character being referred to only as the guy who “kept telling us he had to get back to the Finger Lakes,” which was funny enough. Eventually, we got an 11-second glimpse of that character, who ended up being Jim Carrey — who, by the way pulled off creepy very well… too well…

8. Ray Romano as Merv Bronte

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: "Search Committee"Oh my god, I just feel so bad for Merv! He didn't stand a chance against Robert California, none of us do.

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: “Search Committee”

Oh my god, I just feel so bad for Merv! He didn’t stand a chance against Robert California, none of us do.

9. Ken Jeong as Bill

NBC

Episode: Season 2, Episode 9: “E-mail Surveillance”

The improv scene between Michael and Ken Jeong’s character Bill was very, VERY cringeworthy.

NBC

Episode: Season 2, Episode 9: “E-mail Surveillance”

The improv scene between Michael and Ken Jeong’s character Bill was very, VERY cringeworthy.

10. Dan Castellaneta as Mr. Ramish

Episode: Season 8, Episode 23: "Turf War"It is unusual to actually see the voice of Homer Simpson IRL (well IRL on TV). When I'm lying in bed, I like to imagine that every night when Mr. Ramish goes home, he walks into his house, hangs his house keys up on a key hook right by the font door, then also has to hang Andy's house keys on another hook.

NBC

Episode: Season 8, Episode 23: “Turf War”

It is unusual to actually see the voice of Homer Simpson IRL (well IRL on TV). When I’m lying in bed, I like to imagine that every night when Mr. Ramish goes home, he walks into his house, hangs his house keys up on a key hook right by the font door, then also has to hang Andy’s house keys on another hook.

11. Randall Park as Steve, aka Fake Jim Halpert

Episode: Season 9, Episode 3: "Andy's Ancestry"Even though many people stopped watching The Office after Steve Carell left, I still believe that the latter seasons are amazing and have some of the best cold opens in the entire series. Case in point, the fake Jim cold open will always be funny, even if you watch it a 299 times.

NBC

Episode: Season 9, Episode 3: “Andy’s Ancestry”

Even though many people stopped watching The Office after Steve Carell left, I still believe that the latter seasons are amazing and have some of the best cold opens in the entire series. Case in point, the fake Jim cold open will always be funny, even if you watch it a 299 times.

12. Larry Wilmore as Mr. Brown

Episode: Season 1, Episode 2: "Diversity Day"; Season 3, Episode 1: "Gay Witch Hunt"Poor Mr. Brown only made appearances when Michael committed a major HR violation. In a normal work environment, you'd think that would mean Michael would be fired, but nah. In real life, Wilmore was a writer for the series from 2005 - 2007.

NBC

Episode: Season 1, Episode 2: “Diversity Day”; Season 3, Episode 1: “Gay Witch Hunt”

Poor Mr. Brown only made appearances when Michael committed a major HR violation. In a normal work environment, you’d think that would mean Michael would be fired, but nah. In real life, Wilmore was a writer for the series from 2005 – 2007.

13. Wendi McLendon-Covey as Marie the Concierge

Episode: Season 5, Episode 7: "Business Trip"Honesty time: I am a little upset that Wendi McLendon-Covey's role was so low-key. She is so GD HILARIOUS. On the other hand, Michael mistaking a concierge for an escort? Pure gold.

NBC

Episode: Season 5, Episode 7: “Business Trip”

Honesty time: I am a little upset that Wendi McLendon-Covey’s role was so low-key. She is so GD HILARIOUS. On the other hand, Michael mistaking a concierge for an escort? Pure gold.

14. Timothy Olyphant as Danny Cordray

Episodes: Season 7, Episode 5: "The Sting"; Season 7, Episode 6: "Costume Contest"; Season 7, Episode 21: "Michael's Last Dundies" (Deleted Scene)Handsome and good at sales? Look out Jim, Danny is coming for your brand! The only knock on Cordray is he once went on a date with Pam and didn't call her... so rude. Unforgivable really.

NBC

Episodes: Season 7, Episode 5: “The Sting”; Season 7, Episode 6: “Costume Contest”; Season 7, Episode 21: “Michael’s Last Dundies” (Deleted Scene)

Handsome and good at sales? Look out Jim, Danny is coming for your brand! The only knock on Cordray is he once went on a date with Pam and didn’t call her… so rude. Unforgivable really.

15. Rob Riggle as Captain Jack

NBC

Episode: Season 2, Episode 11: “Booze Cruise”

Rob Riggle, who played Captian Jack, got the honor of being one of the few characters to put Michael in his place. Also, I have to imagine there is someone who’s written fan fiction about Katy and Captain Jack getting together.

NBC

Episode: Season 2, Episode 11: “Booze Cruise”

Rob Riggle, who played Captian Jack, got the honor of being one of the few characters to put Michael in his place. Also, I have to imagine there is someone who’s written fan fiction about Katy and Captain Jack getting together.

16. Maura Tierney as Susan California

NBC

Episode: Season 8, Episode 9: “Mrs. California”

Again, like I said before, the latter seasons are underrated. I usually have to pause the show after this moment between Susan California and Ryan because I’m laughing so hard.

NBC

Episode: Season 8, Episode 9: “Mrs. California”

Again, like I said before, the latter seasons are underrated. I usually have to pause the show after this moment between Susan California and Ryan because I’m laughing so hard.

17. Tim Meadows as Christian (The Client)

Episode: Season 2, Episode 7: "The Client"The real marker for a truly successful sale is if the client has Awesome Blossom coming out of their nose by the end of it.

NBC

Episode: Season 2, Episode 7: “The Client”

The real marker for a truly successful sale is if the client has Awesome Blossom coming out of their nose by the end of it.

18. Warren Buffett as interviewee

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: "Search Committee"Am I the only one who didn't know what Warren Buffet looked like until right now? For being the third richest man in the world, he really keeps his face out of the pop culture circle I'm interested in.

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: “Search Committee”

Am I the only one who didn’t know what Warren Buffet looked like until right now? For being the third richest man in the world, he really keeps his face out of the pop culture circle I’m interested in.

19. Paul Feig as The Animal Trainer

NBC

Episode: Season 9, Episode 19: “Stairmageddon”

There is not a doubt in my mind that Dog, Cat, Mouse has the possibility to win Americas Got Talent! Not only was Feig a co-executive producer of the series, he was also a director of 15 episodes, including two that make me cry every time I see them, “Niagara” and “Goodbye, Michael.”

NBC

Episode: Season 9, Episode 19: “Stairmageddon”

There is not a doubt in my mind that Dog, Cat, Mouse has the possibility to win Americas Got Talent! Not only was Feig a co-executive producer of the series, he was also a director of 15 episodes, including two that make me cry every time I see them, “Niagara” and “Goodbye, Michael.”

20. Anna Camp as Penny Beesly

Episodes: Season 6, Episode 4: "Niagara: Part 1"; Season 6, Episode 5: "Niagara: Part 2"Do you remember when NBC had those Office: Minisodes back when the series was running? The fact that they never did some with Jenna Fisher and Anna Camp as sisters getting into shenanigans is a bummer. I didn't know that was missing from my life until now and I am upset about it.

NBC

Episodes: Season 6, Episode 4: “Niagara: Part 1”; Season 6, Episode 5: “Niagara: Part 2”

Do you remember when NBC had those Office: Minisodes back when the series was running? The fact that they never did some with Jenna Fisher and Anna Camp as sisters getting into shenanigans is a bummer. I didn’t know that was missing from my life until now and I am upset about it.

21. Will Arnett as Fred Henry

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: “Search Committee”

Does any one else want to know if Fred actually had a three step plan or if he was just bullshitting? It’ll remain as one of life’s greatest unanswered questions.

NBC

Episode: Season 7, Episode 24: “Search Committee”

Does any one else want to know if Fred actually had a three step plan or if he was just bullshitting? It’ll remain as one of life’s greatest unanswered questions.

22. Amy Adams as Katy

NBC

Episodes: Season 1, Episode 6: “The Hot Girl”; Season 2, Episode 4: “The Fire”; Season 2, Episode 11: “Booze Cruise”

Amy Adams played Katy, the girl who was just trying to sell purses before she got sucked into a love triangle between Jim, Pam, and Roy. (Also, let’s not forget that Pam picked Legally Blonde as one of her initial desert island movies, too!)

NBC

Episodes: Season 1, Episode 6: “The Hot Girl”; Season 2, Episode 4: “The Fire”; Season 2, Episode 11: “Booze Cruise”

Amy Adams played Katy, the girl who was just trying to sell purses before she got sucked into a love triangle between Jim, Pam, and Roy. (Also, let’s not forget that Pam picked Legally Blonde as one of her initial desert island movies, too!)



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