15 Years Of The Office US: Our Fave Musical Moments


Written by Laura English on March 26, 2020

This week marks 15 years since The Office (US) entered our hearts. The mockumentary series continuously delivered the goods for nine whole seasons and positioned itself as one of the greatest sitcoms of all time.

Throughout its nine seasons it also delivered a bunch of amazing musical moments. Fun fact: Billie Eilish samples The Office throughout ‘my strange addiction’.

Here are our favourite musical moments throughout the series:

Jim & Pam’s (Second) Wedding Flash Dance

First of all, if this scene doesn’t make you cry, you’re wrong. Secondly, OUR HEARTS.

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Michael’s CPR Training Day

The scene that delivers from start to finish. The whole team gets involved in a singalong to ‘Staying Alive’ by The Bee Gees… before Dwight tries to harvest the dummy’s organs.

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Straight Outta Scranton

When Scranton merges with the Stamford branch and Michael parodies ‘Straight Outta Compton’ for their welcome song.

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Kevin’s Police cover band Scrantonicity

Kevin is without a doubt up there as one of The Office’s best characters. And his band Scrantonicity? The best.

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Kevin Covering Alanis Morissette

Another stellar Kevin moment is when he angrily stands in the corner of the office Christmas party singing ‘You Oughta Know’ by Alanis Morissette.

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When we learned Andy can actually sing

From the moment Andy enters the series, there are a slew of jokes about his singing. Until the end, when he busts out a solid rendition of ‘I Will Remember You’.

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Creed’s Song in the Finale

Grass Roots frontman, Creed Bratton playing a fictional re-imagination of himself is kind of a weird tidbit in The Office. But Creed’s lil acoustic tune at the end of the series is the perfect ending.

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