NBC to Auction Off Memorabilia from THE OFFICE
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NBC Universal is holding an eBay auction featuring wardrobe props, Schrute weaponry, and Cornell paraphernalia from the long-running comedy THE OFFICE.
Included in the memorabilia is:
A framed portrait of Dwight Schrute
Currently price: $609.99 with 24 bids
Description "The item is approximately 33.5 inches tall by 27.5 inches long. The frame's depth is approximately 1.5 inches deep. The frame appears to be made of painted wood, black in color. The picture is what appears to be a painted image of Dwight Schrute on a canvas. This is the only one received from production. This item is in good condition."
Andy's Michael Jackson "Thriller" costume
Currently price: $24.99
Dwight's mace and pepper spray
Description: "The Mace and Pepper spray are assumed to be in working condition but could not be tested due to the nature of the items."
Currently price: $102.50 with nine bids
The Office originally aired on the National Broadcasting Company(NBC) from March 24, 2005 to May 16, 2013.It is an adaptation of the BBC series of the same name.
The series depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. The show debuted on NBC as a mid-season replacement and ran for nine seasons, and 201 episodes. The Office features Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, B. J. Novak and Ed Helms among the main cast. Series star Carell, who portrayed Michael Scott, left the series near the end of the seventh season.
The first five seasons of The Office received widespread acclaim, were included on myriad critics' top TV series lists, and won several awards including four Primetime Emmy Awards, one of which was for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2006. However, the final seasons were criticized for a dip in quality.