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Can You Pick The Highest-Rated Episode Of "The Office"?

According to IMDB user ratings, that is.

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    "Finale," aka the last one
    "Company Picnic," aka the one where Jim and Pam find out they're pregnant
    "Goodbye Michael," aka Michael's last episode
    "Dinner Party," aka the one where Jan and Michael are awkward
    "Niagara," aka the one with Jim and Pam's wedding
    "The Dundies," aka the one with Drunk Pam
    "Stress Relief," aka the one where Dwight does a fire drill
    "Casino Night," aka the one where Jim kisses Pam
    "Garage Sale," aka the one where Michael proposes

Can You Pick The Highest-Rated Episode Of "The Office"?

You got: Yep, "Finale" is the highest-rated episode!

Chalk it up to all the happy-cry moments — Michael showing up to Dwight's wedding, the huge crowd for the group talk about the documentary, the gang having one last evening together in the office — but this is the fan-favorite episode with a 9.7/10 user rating on IMDB.

Yep, "Finale" is the highest-rated episode!
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You got: Nope, "Casino Night" is No. 9 on the list

Even though it features that big Jim/Pam kiss, the Season 2 finale only has a 9.2/10 user rating, making it the 9th-highest rated episode.

Nope, "Casino Night" is No. 9 on the list
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You got: Nope, "Company Picnic" is No. 20 on the list

This episode had some really sweet moments — including the one where Jim and Pam find out that they're having a baby — but with just an 8.8/10 user rating, it isn't the highest-rated episode ever.

Nope, "Company Picnic" is No. 20 on the list
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You got: Nope, "Dinner Party" is No. 7 on the list

It's one of the most hilariously awkward episodes of The Office ever made and features one of the best "that's what she saids" of the series, but with a user rating of 9.3/10 it's not the highest-rated episode.

Nope, "Dinner Party" is No. 7 on the list
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You got: Nope, "The Dundies" is No. 38 on the list

This fantastic episode has some really good/cringeworthy Michael moments, plus Drunk Pam and a little reveal of just how much she likes Jim. Oh, and it's also the first episode of the series that Mindy Kaling wrote. However, it has a strangely low user rating at just 8.5/10.

Nope, "The Dundies" is No. 38 on the list
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You got: Nope, "Goodbye Michael" is No. 2 on the list

You were so close! The last Michael Scott episode (before his cameo in the finale, that is) is No. 2 with a user rating of 9.6/10.

Nope, "Goodbye Michael" is No. 2 on the list
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You got: Nope, "Garage Sale" is No. 11 on the list

This seriously emotional episode had Michael proposing to Holly in an adorably disastrous way, but it has a 9.1/10 user rating, putting it just outside the top 10.

Nope, "Garage Sale" is No. 11 on the list
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You got: Nope, "Niagara" is No. 4 on the list

Almost everything about Jim and Pam's wedding episode is perfect, but there must be some Jim/Pam haters on IMDB, because the episode has a 9.4/10 user rating. He says Plan C was marrying her a long time ago! How does that not earn a 10?!

Nope, "Niagara" is No. 4 on the list
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You got: Nope, "Stress Relief" is No. 3 on the list

One of the series' hour-long episodes, "Stress Relief" doesn't have any major romantic moments. Instead, it earned its high rating based on hilarious scenes like the cold open, where Dwight fakes an office fire as a drill. With a user rating of 9.5/10, this episode is just short of the top spot.

Nope, "Stress Relief" is No. 3 on the list
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