The Office: Season 7 (2010 - 2011)


Season 7
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While it struggles to answer how Dunder Mifflin will continue to thrive without Steve Carell's terrific performance, The Office sends off his Michael Scott in heartfelt fashion.

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Critic Ratings: 24

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User Ratings: 589

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Air date: Sep 23, 2010

Season 7 begins with Michael hiring a new office assistant (Evan Peters), whose bad attitude rubs the staffers the wrong way. Meanwhile, Erin flirts with someone other than Andy, and Pam tries to impress Jim by pulling an office prank. Kathy Bates guest stars.

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Air date: Sep 30, 2010

Corporate pushes Michael into counseling sessions with his office nemesis---Toby. Meanwhile, Dwight launches a mission of revenge against the mall-shop owner who rebuffed him; and Pam sets out to change her job title.

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Air date: Oct 7, 2010

Andy invites the gang to his community-theater staging of "Sweeney Todd," but his ultimate hope is to impress Erin. Michael, habitually starved for attention and now upstaged, tries to push his jealousy aside and take in the performance. Meanwhile, Jim and Pam are saddled with a bumbling babysitter.

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Air date: Oct 14, 2010

Convinced he has herpes, Michael sets out to contact his former girlfriends, including Holly (Amy Ryan), Jan (Melora Hardin), Carol (Nancy Carell), Donna (Amy Pietz) and Helene (Linda Purl). Meanwhile, Andy conducts a sex-ed class in the office in a ploy to win over Erin.

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Air date: Oct 21, 2010

A competing salesman (Timothy Olyphant) begins stealing Dunder Mifflin's clients. To unearth the pilferer's sales secrets, Michael sets up a sting with Jim and Dwight. Meanwhile, Andy is inspired to start a band after discovering that his college pal has forged a successful music career.

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Air date: Oct 28, 2010

The staffers turn overly competitive when they scare up a Halloween costume contest. Meanwhile, Darryl gives an idea to corporate himself, passing over a fuming Michael. And Pam corners Danny (Timothy Olyphant) about their dating history.

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Air date: Nov 4, 2010

Michael invites all the staffers to celebrate the christening of Jim and Pam's baby.

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Air date: Nov 11, 2010

Erin and Gabe host a "Glee" viewing party for the gang at Gabe's house. Meanwhile, Michael lacks any semblance of glee when the staffers refer to Gabe as his boss. As for Andy, his jealousy over Gabe and Erin's relationship grows and grows.

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Air date: Nov 18, 2010

Michael puts on the charm by trying to attract investors to Ryan's fledgling Internet company. Meanwhile, Dwight celebrates Thanksgiving and his childhood by organizing a hay festival in the office parking lot; and a newly implemented policy prevents Jim from earning commission. Kathy Bates and Jack Coleman guest star.

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Air date: Dec 2, 2010

Michael reads about China's growth as a global power, so he sets out to stop the country from taking over the U.S. Meanwhile, Dwight's building standards irritate the staffers, and Pam threatens to move the branch to a new building.

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Three months prior to the premiere, NBC confirmed that Season 7 would be Steve Carell's last season headlining the cast (as Michael G. Scott, Regional Manager of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company's Scranton Branch). The season served to send off Carell in typical, hilarious fashion. Notable story lines from Season 7: Michael is compelled by his corporate bosses to undergo counseling, facilitated by his office nemesis, HR rep Toby Flenderson (Paul Lieberstein); Andy (Ed Helms), feeling jealous of a former college buddy's successful music career, starts an office band with warehouse foreman Darryl (Craig Robinson) and accountant Kevin (Brian Baumgartner); and, filmmaker wannabe Michael finally presents his action movie, titled "Threat Level Midnight," to Holly (Amy Ryan) and the rest of the staffers (this, after he spent 11 long years of writing, filming, re-filming and then re-filming again). Season guest stars include: Ricky Gervais, Timothy Olyphant, Will Arnett, Ray Romano, James Spader, and Jim Carrey.

Cast & Crew

Steve Carell
Michael Scott
Rainn Wilson
Dwight Schrute
John Krasinski
Jim Halpert
Jenna Fischer
Pam Beesly Halpert
B.J. Novak
Ryan Howard
Ed Helms
Andy Bernard
Leslie David Baker
Stanley Hudson
Kate Flannery
Meredith Palmer
Angela Kinsey
Angela Martin
Oscar Nunez
Oscar Martinez
Phyllis Smith
Phyllis Vance
Paul Lieberstein
Toby Flenderson
Mindy Kaling
Kelly Kapoor
Creed Bratton
Creed Bratton
Craig Robinson
Darryl Philbin
Ellie Kemper
Erin Hannon
Amy Ryan
Holly Flax
Zach Woods
Gabe Lewis
Ben Silverman
Executive Producer
Greg Daniels
Executive Producer
Ricky Gervais
Executive Producer
Stephen Merchant
Executive Producer
Howard Klein
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for The Office Season 7

Audience Reviews for The Office: Season 7

  • May 30, 2021
    Although this season is quite forgettable (like most of the seasons), it's still very good.
  • Apr 21, 2021
    I liked this season, but it is not a particularly good one. I mean it is still funny, but not enough to be one of the best. One thing I found good is that Michael seemed to have gain in maturity.
  • Apr 08, 2021
    Definitely feels weird without Michael doing his usual antics, but still a great show nonetheless
  • Mar 31, 2021
    The show didn't focus enough on Michael, this show should always focus around this character. It was his last season, but the show kept trying to focus on other characters which is why this season was not a five star.
  • Feb 26, 2021
    The only thing that I was really sad but hated at the same time is that they took Steve Carrel off the show. I'm not sure if it was a writer's decision or if it was something else. Nonetheless, I'm upset that they took him off the show.
  • Oct 27, 2020
    The Office Season 7 is another incredibly fun season, hosting some of the best episodes of The Office so far.
  • Sep 30, 2020
    Lots of funny and heartfelt moments, but not as good as previous seasons. This is still really good but a slight disappointment for standards of The Office. This season has a few boring episodes but is still worth watching.
  • Sep 02, 2020
    In its seventh season, The Office encountered its biggest challenge by far with the departure of its lead character, Michael Scott, and I believe that they managed to give him the sendoff that he deserved. Another great season of television filled with awesome, laugh-out-loud moments.
  • Jun 18, 2020
    A good season bt not great Had some parts that weren't very clever Holly and michael reunited and setting there life's up was great and the movie episode pretty great Could've been a great season
  • Jun 02, 2020
    GENIUS!GENIUS!GENIUS!GENIUS!GENIUS!GENIUS!GENIUS!

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