The Office: 7 Characters You Love Unconditionally

The Office has been one of the best sitcoms ever made. People from all other parts of the world love this show, especially the characters in this show. This Show ruled the Television era from 

From Kevin’s “OH YEAH !!” to Michael’s “ THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID !!”,  People have enjoyed the unique nature of these characters in the Office. Some of the characters in the show aren’t much lovable but most of them are adorable. Here, we discuss the most lovable “The Office Characters”.

The Office characters you love.
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List Of Most Lovable The Office Characters:

  • Michael Scott
  • Dwight Schrute
  • Jim Halpert 
  • Andy Bernard 
  • Pam Beesly
  • Angela Martin
  • Ryan Howard
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Michael Scott, The Regional Manager 

Michael Scott is unanimously treated as one of the best lead characters in the sitcom industry. One can easily understand the importance of this character from Season 8. The audience is heavily attracted to his mannerisms, quotes, meetings in the conference room, activities he conducted, his troubles in relationships etc. Each and every aspect of Michael Scott is highly appreciated and well-received by the audience. 

Starting as a regional manager since the beginning of the show, He continued in that position till the end of season 5 where he resigns from his position due to a dispute with the newly appointed vice president. Later on, he started his own company, Michale Scott Paper Company and recruited Pam and Ryan and looted the clients from Dunder Mifflin. Thereby, Dunder Mifflin agreed to his demands and rejoined as the Regional Manager. 

Later On, Jim Halpert was promoted as co-manager of Dunder Mifflin, Michael Scott had a hard time working along with him. When Sabre bought the Dunder Mifflin, Michael Scott was assigned to the regional manager position and Jim Halpert as Sales Representative.

After several failures in romantic relationships, Micheal Scott finally found the love of his life, Holly Flax- the HR representative from Nashua. Later on, he left Dunder Mifflin at the end of Season 7 and started a new life with her in Colorado.

His Relationships of different types with Dwight Schrute, Ryan Howard, Jan Levinson, Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly, Toby Flenderson, Erin Hannon, Holly Flax are well portrayed.

His famous quotes are “ That’s what she said !”, “ I’m not to be truffled with! ”, “ Would I rather be feared or loved? ”, “ Sometimes I start a Sentence…”, “ If I had a gun, with two bullets”, “ Little stitious”, “ I’m an early bird”, … so on… 

You can witness various alter ego characters of Michael Scott in the office as follows:

  • Ping
  • Agent Michael Scarn
  • Prison Mike
  • Date Mike
  • Blind Guy Mcsqueezy
  • Michael Klump
  • Michael The Magic
  • Caleb Crawdad
  • Santa Bond
  • Michael Wonka

Dwight Schrute, Assistant To The Regional Manager

I believe in Dwight Schrute’s Supremacy”. This is the quote used by most of the Office fans. Dwight Schrute is almost equally loved as Michael Scott by the fans. As the Assistant to the regional manager, Dwight Schrute drove the show with his elegant quotes and principles. 

His occupations throughout this show are Assistant to the Regional Manager, Beet Farmer, Agro-Tourism Inn owner, Head of sales, Special projects development team lead, Acting manager, Regional manager.

His famous words such as “Fact”, “Question” are remarkable. The way he supports Michael Scott in every situation irrespective of its seriousness is highly admired. After the departure of Michael Scott from Season 8, Dwight Schrute has carried this show on his shoulders for the last two seasons.

His long desire of becoming the regional manager of Dunder Mifflin is finally fulfilled at the end of the final season and married the love of his life, Angela Martin.

His relationships with Michael Scott, Jim Halpert, Pam Beesly, Angela Martin, Andy Bernard are worth enjoying.

Fact: Dwight Schrute is the only character to have lines in every episode.

Jim Halpert, Sales Representative

Probably the character with the highest female following, Jim Halpert is another lead character in The Office. Working as a sales representative, Jim Halpert impressed the audience with his pranks on Dwight Schrute in every(almost) episode. These pranks brought heavy laughs to this show. His relationship with Pam Beesly is another highlight feature of this show.

Apart from his relationship with Pam and pranks on Dwight, he is known for his signature staring into the camera in the middle of the episodes. From starting as a sales representative, becoming the “Guy” of the regional manager, the head of party planning committee, the co-manager of Dunder Mifflin and assistant to the regional manager; Jim Halpert’s character arc proceeds well and ends up by leaving the Dunder Mifflin for his startup.

Andy Bernard, The Nard Dog

Working as Regional director in charge of sales, Andy Bernard has entered the office in Season 3. Being a newbie in the office, Andy Bernard has progressively become one of the lead characters in the office.

Starting from having silly fights with Dwight for the No.3 Position, Andy Bernard also has a romantic relationship with Angela, who was supposed to be Dwight’s girlfriend. They got engaged and later dissolved it as Angela was cheating on him with Dwight.

Later, Andy and Dwight became good friends and later on, he had a new romantic relationship with Erin Hannon, the Office receptionist. After the departure of Michael Scott, he rose up to the Regional Manager position and Later on due to disturbing circumstances from Florida, he was demoted to a sales representative.

Just like Michael Scott, Andy Bernard resigned and started “Big Red” Paper Company and later on rejoined the Dunder Mifflin as the Regional Manager. At the end of the Final Season, He resigned from his position in search of his life ambition as a music star, he ended up working at the Administration of Cornell University.

Pam Beesly, receptionist 

Pam Beesly is everyone’s favourite Receptionist. Being an art enthusiastic, Pam Beesly works as a full-time receptionist at Dunder Mifflin. Being engaged to Roy the warehouse guy since the beginning of the show, Pam Beesly fights her instincts to decide him or Jim Halpert to be her lifelong companion. Jim Halpert, who has been loving her since the beginning of this show, never give up on her and ultimately pam choose him.

Apart from her romantic relationship, Pam also has a fair share of friendly relationships with Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute and Angela Martin. Her career progresses as follows:

From Receptionist to becoming the office administrator, Pam also performed her duties as a member of the party planning committee, sales representative at Michael Scott Paper Company, Sales representative at Dunder Mifflin.

There are rumours about the writers planning a divorce plot in this show between Jim and Pam but ultimately it didn’t happen.

Angela Martin, Senior Accountant

Angela Martin is the strict character in the office. Working as the senior accountant, Angela is the head of the party planning committee. She has the signs of behaving like a dictator… never agrees with others opinions, always complains. She shared a romantic relationship with Dwight and later on broke up with him as he “Killed” her cat. 

Then, she engaged to Andy Bernard and later on dissolved as he found her cheating on him with Dwight. Later, She married the state senator and divorced him as she found him, Gay. But, her love for Dwight never died and later she married him at the end of the season.

Her duels with Phyllis and Pam are always enjoyable.

Ryan Howard, The Temp 

Started as a temp at the office, Ryan Howard’s character arc is very exponential. Micheal was sort of used to have a “gay” crush on Ryan. Ryan shared an On-Off relationship with Kelly Kapoor. He became junior sales representative when Jim transferred to Stamford. Later, he exponentially rose to the position of Vice President and was later on fired for committing fraud and ultimately ended up at the temp position.

Then, he worked as a clerk at a bowling alley and later on joined the Michael Scott Paper Company as a sales representative. After the merge of Micheal Scott paper company with Dunder Mifflin, he was offered the position of temp.

Apart from his work profile, his relationship with Kelly Kapoor was quite hilarious and laugh-worthy.

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