Exclusive Office First Look: A Jealous Dwight Fears Losing Everyone to Jim's 'Stumpany'

The Office‘s Dwight Schrute has long professed to be a man with many a skill set. Unfortunately, none of them seem to contain coping mechanisms, as is demonstrated in the following exclusive first look at this Thursday’s installment (NBC, 9/8c) of the comedy.

Struggling to accept Jim’s new company, Dwight begins to act out toward his — dare we say it? — friend. “Athlead? Please,” the beet farmer mocks. “They’re too lazy to call it Athletes Lead? Jim should just call it Stumpany, for Stupid Company!”

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Of course, his feathers are only further ruffled when he learns that Darryl, too, is planning to leave Dunder Mifflin for the start-up.

Watch Dwight come undone — and vow to save his beloved paper company — below, then hit the comments!

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  1. Lili Ann Noln says:

    We’re sorry, but the clip you selected isn’t available from your location.
    Hate these messages.

  2. Kris says:

    I wonder if this is how the show is going to end? Everyone packing up and moving to Philly to work at Jim’s new company, that is. That could be an interesting way to end the show.

    • M3rc Nate says:

      Well everyone? Nah. Jim makes total sense, and Darryl makes pretty good sense, considering their love for sports and office experience, but everyone else? No one else brings anything to the table.