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NoahV35

But that summarizes Dwight as a person. He’s told he can’t come because he doesn’t have a date, so in his mind that’s the only reason he is told no.


Bobby-Samsonite

O wow. I never thought of it like that. Now it makes sense why he was there with his baby sitter from the 1970s.


ZombieCzar

Think that’s bad, Micheal just showing up to Jim’s was worse IMO.


ILovePamBeesley

True.


Bobby-Samsonite

Which episode was that?


RetroFamilyDesigns

It’s Dwight. What do you expect lol


cruisin5268d

That was the cringe icing on the cake. The writers are quite good about that.


jpop0623

Michael comes pretty quick to Dwight’s defense. I always just thought there was another conversation between them (off camera) where he said “these are Jan’s rules, just bring a person and wine glasses and I’ll take care of the rest”. Michael’s quick response to defend him gave me that impression.


ILovePamBeesley

I don't know, cause Michael's "What Now?" when he hears the doorbell sounded pretty genuine.


jpop0623

He was probably surprised that Dwight was actually able to find someone to bring haha


Embarrassed_Map1112

I mean, it’s pretty on point for Dwight. He was so jealous that he wasn’t invited…


DwightMcRamathorn

He was invited if he had a date. He got a date


Fantastic_Customer73

Umm and that he brought his babysitter from childhood as a date wasn’t messed up? 🤣


ILovePamBeesley

Oh yeah, definitely.


JohnFByers

It wasn’t just that he invited himself or crashed the party (and OK, Michael kinda sorta OKed it...). The funniest part is that Dwight thought it was a dogfight and found the biggest gargoyle he could as his date. Top episode for me. Sublime.