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Dunder Mifflin Infinity:
As Ryan describes it, this is a "floor to ceiling" streamlining of the company's business model. The centerpiece of the campaign is the new website, which will supposedly allow Dunder Mifflin to compete directly with big box chains.
 
Dunderball:
A game where you pass a rubber ball back and forth against a wall and try not to drop it.
 
Dundies:
The Dundies are the Scranton branch office awards, hosted and presented by Michael Scott.
 
Fluffy Fingers:
A fake gang ritual, made up by Darryl. It's when somebody in your gang disses you and really gets in your face, you retaliate by tickling them until you're both laughing so hard you hug each other and forgive what ever caused the argument in the first place.
 
Flunkerton:
A game where you put your feet into the yellow ties, or "flunks," of paper boxes and race across the room wearing them.
 
Hate Ball:
A paper football game (going clear back to 2003) named after how much Angela hates the game.
 
Pam-Pong:
The game Angela plays where she counts how many times Jim gets up from his desk to visit reception.
 
The Nard Dawg:
One of the nick names Andy Bernard goes by in the office.
 

Warning: The Office (US) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: March 24, 2005
Ended: May 16, 2013
Episode Order: 24
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