Edit Michael explains he is back for the new company and Pam and Ryan join him.
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Corrs Melbourne office Pro Bono Partner. He succeeded Professor Fred Hilmer, who stepped down after eight years in the role.Apr 09, · Tension and disillusionment begin to emerge as Michael, Pam, and Ryan move the Michael Scott Paper Company into a cramped "workspace" at the business park.
IMDb7/ Michael: It's Britney bitch. And I am back, in the form of a new company. The Michael Scott Paper Company. [tries to parallel park, hits car.] Okay.
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