The 20 Greatest Warehouse Moments from TV’s ‘The Office’ (Part 2)

If you’re looking for the best of the best warehouse moments from The Office, you’ve definitely come to the right place! Continuing from Part 1 of the best warehouse videos from The Office, we dive head first into Part 2 – the unforgettable, knee-slapping moments of Michael Scott and the gang that involve material handling equipment at its finest (or, not so finest!)  Enjoy!

10. Haunted Warehouse

A deleted scene that’s sure to scare you and make you laugh all at the same time! “Gangster Pumpkin” Darryl leads some of the industrial park’s employees’ children through Dunder Mifflin’s haunted warehouse. Michael’s message at the end may be what gave the scene the ultimate “ax!”

9.  Truth In Art

Pam finally decides to tackle her biggest art project to date – painting a large mural in the warehouse. Little does she know, distractions from coworkers make the task a much taller order than she ever thought!

8. Bursting Their Balloon

A balloon that’s been floating in the rafters of the warehouse is finally making its way to the floor, much to the chagrin of the Dunder Mifflin employees.  Thanks a lot Pam!

7. Parkour!

Season 6 of “The Office” starts off with a bang….er, make that a flip! Unfortunately for Michael, Dwight, and Andy, Dunder Mifflin’s material handling equipment may not be up to code.

6. Official Complaint

After Dwight and Toby get themselves caught spying on Dunder Mifflin’s warehouse foreman Darryl for potential worker’s comp fraud, the duo find their suspicions to be oddly accurate! Moral of the story: always blame Toby (and make sure he has mountains of paperwork to do!)

5. Golden Ticket

Inspired by Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Michael comes up with his “Golden Ticket” promotion idea, giving 10% discounts to 5 random Dunder Mifflin clients.  Of course, Michael finds a way to screw it up by putting all 5 tickets on a pallet that went to the company’s largest paper buyer. 50% off sounds good to me!

4. Michael in the Warehouse

A couple clips spliced together of Michael doing what he does best in the Dunder Mifflin warehouse: damage, and lots of it! Darryl’s warnings of the dangers of operating warehouse equipment without the proper training (true story!) fall on deaf ears as usual!

3. Casino Night

Originally slated to benefit Comic Relief, Michael hosts a casino night in the Dunder Mifflin warehouse. While the “Black Eyed Crows” don’t make an appearance, Michael’s love triangle does, via the recently divorced Jan Levenson and his newest fling, Carol Stills.

2. Basketball

Michael raises the stakes on a friendly office vs. warehouse basketball game – loser works on the weekend! While Jim tries to impress Pam by dominating Roy, Michael is his usual, bumbling self on the court.

1. Weight Loss

Pam is in New York studying at the Pratt Institute for art while Jim is in Scranton, keeping the office in check. Dunder Mifflin is holding a weight-loss competition between its different branches, using the warehouse’s scale for the sake of the competition (Darryl does not approve).  Jim decides to pop the big question while on a tight weigh-in deadline!