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QUIZ: How Well Do You Know “Michael’s Last Dundies” Episode?

Michael talking to the camera
Credit: NBC

The episode that breaks all of our hearts. Michael’s Last Dundies is an unforgettable episode, and he wants to make the night memorable for everyone. And of course, tears are shed, as the office sings one of the saddest songs ever. But how well do you remember the episode? Test your knowledge with our quiz!

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  • Question of

    What awards season does Michael compare the Dundies to at the start of the episode?

    Jim and Pam in the office
    • The Emmy’s
    • The Grammy’s
    • The Golden Globes
    • The Oscars
  • Question of

    What color crayon does Kevin ask the waiter for?

    Michael dressed up as Jim
    • Red
    • Blue
    • Yellow
    • Green
  • Question of

    What does Dwight say when Kevin walks into the restaurant?

    Andy singing
    • Disgusting
    • Appalling
    • Awful
    • Dreadful
  • Question of

    What breakfast food does Meredith offer to cook for Michael and Deangelo?

    Deangelo and Oscar in The Office
    • Sausages
    • Bacon
    • Eggs
    • Waffles
  • Question of

    What number house does Jim and Pam live at?

    jim, pam and toby in the office
    • 381
    • 382
    • 383
    • 384
  • Question of

    Who wins the first Dundie award?

    Phyllis talking to the camera
    • Meredith
    • Stanley
    • Danny
    • Jim
  • Question of

    How many big laughs does Michael say he gets?

    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
  • Question of

    What does Ryan tell Pam she should compare breadsticks to instead of crack?

    The office singing to Michael
    • Baking
    • Knitting
    • Scrapbooking
    • Journaling
  • Question of

    Who gets the pothead stoner award?

    Jim and Pam in the car
    • Andy
    • Darryl
    • Meredith
    • Creed
  • Question of

    When the office sings to Michael, how many times do they say he could have watched Die Hard in the time he worked there?

    Jim accepting his award on stage
    • 60,000
    • 70,000
    • 80,000
    • 90,000