Seasonal special of the offbeat sitcom set in the offices of a Slough paper merchant. The BBC crew return to Wernham-Hogg to catch up with Brent and his fellow workers.
Seasonal special of the offbeat sitcom set in the offices of a Slough paper merchant. The story of David Brent, Tim, Dawn, Gareth and all at Wernham-Hogg concludes.
Brent learns that his branch of the paper merchants might be closed down but promises he won't allow any redundancies.
Donna, the work experience girl, has her first day dominated by a dirty picture of her boss that's been e-mailed around the office.
It's Tim's birthday, but it's also the annual quiz night. Brent and Finchy vow to maintain their unbeaten record.
It's staff training day. However, Brent soon starts to undermine the management consultant. It's all too much for Tim, who resigns.
Offbeat documentary-style sitcom. David Brent is made an offer he cannot refuse, while Gareth turns on the charm and Trudy's birthday celebrations turn a little raunchy.
Award-winning sitcom, filmed documentary-style and set in the offices of a Slough paper merchant. A group of well-trained and highly motivated personnel come over from Swindon.
David Brent says his goodbyes after being retrenched from Wernham-Hogg. Tim finally plucks up the courage to talk to Dawn before she leaves for America.
Though he's supposed to be making redundancies, Brent hires a new secretary. And later, it's beers all round as the team go to Chasers, Slough's premiere nightclub.
It's bad news as Brent hears his Slough branch is to be merged. Though there will be job losses, his position is safe. But can he sell his team down the river?
After a disastrous fire drill, David completes the staff appraisals and then tries to improve his popularity with the ‘Swindon lot’. Gareth has his eye on the new girl.
Brent finds a new string to his bow and makes some easy money moonlighting, while Gareth finds a kindred spirit in a visiting IT specialist.
It's Red Nose Day, and the staff are in a charitable mood, but David Brent receives some devastating news.