There is going to be laughter in the workplace this September.

Clock in to The Office for even more inappropriate remarks, uncomfortable silences and petty behavior in the complete third season, recently nominated for nine 2007 Primetime Emmy Awards including Best Comedy, Best Actor (Steve Carell), Best Supporting Actor (Rainn Wilson) and Best Supporting Actress (Jenna Fischer). Carell (The 40 Year-Old Virgin) is back in his Golden Globe-winning role as ignorant but harmless boss Michael Scott. And now there is even more of him to love -- the Season 3 four-disc collection contains all 22 hilarious episodes and tons of exclusive bonus features! You'll want to stay late at The Office to relive every entertaining episode of this must-see, must-own TV show that demands to be watched again and again.


With unshaken enthusiasm, Michael (Steve Carell) believes he is the office funnyman, a fountain of business wisdom and his employees' cool friend. Painstakingly trying to be liked and look cool, Michael comes off alternately absurd and pathetic. His prize possession is his "World's Greatest Boss" mug -- which he had to buy for himself.

Joining Michael are fellow Dunder Mifflin employees Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer, Blades of Glory), the friendly office receptionist who bears the brunt of Michael's routines; Jim Halpert (John Krasinski, License to Wed), a likable sales rep with a good sense of humor who should have found a better job years ago, but is too comfortable with his office mates and routine to leave; Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson, The Last Mimzy), the arrogant assistant to the regional manager and Ryan Howard (B.J. Novak, Punk'd) the young, smart, former temp, who quickly figured out the real office politics despite Michael's attempts to instill the official point-of-view.

Season 4 Debut:

Season 4 of The Office premieres Thursday, September 27 (9 p.m. ET) on NBC.

DVD Features:

- Over 3 hours of never-before-seen, hilarious deleted scenes.

- Over 16 minutes of laugh-out-loud bloopers.

- Eight cast commentaries on some of the most comical episodes.

- "Lazy Scranton" video.

- The Dwight Schrute music video.

- The creative videos from NBC's "Make your own promo" contest.

- And so much more!

Technical Specs:

- Running Time: 9 Hour 34 Minutes (573:14)

- Layers: Dual Layers

- Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1

- Rating: N/A

- Languages: English SDH / Spanish Subtitles

- Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1