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'''"Employee Transfer"''' is the sixth episode of the fifth season of ''[[The Office (US)|The Office]] ''and the 78th episode overall. It was written by [[Anthony Farrell]] and directed by [[David Rogers]]. It first aired October 30, 2008. It was viewed by 9.32 million people.
 
'''"Employee Transfer"''' is the sixth episode of the fifth season of ''[[The Office (US)|The Office]] ''and the 78th episode overall. It was written by [[Anthony Farrell]] and directed by [[David Rogers]]. It first aired October 30, 2008. It was viewed by 9.32 million people.
   
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[[Pam Beesly|Pam]] is embarrassed when she is the only person at corporate wearing a costume on Halloween. Pam's intended costume is Charlie Chaplin, since her mustache was applied with grease paint. She shows annoyance that she cannot remove her hat, since she then resembles Adolf Hitler. In [[Dunder Mifflin Scranton|Scranton]], [[Stanley Hudson|Stanley]] wears a Creature from the Black Lagoon mask in order to sleep at work and not get caught while [[Creed Bratton|Creed]], [[Kevin Malone|Kevin]] and [[Dwight Schrute|Dwight]] dress up as Heath Ledger's version of the Joker from ''The Dark Knight''.
 
[[Pam Beesly|Pam]] is embarrassed when she is the only person at corporate wearing a costume on Halloween. Pam's intended costume is Charlie Chaplin, since her mustache was applied with grease paint. She shows annoyance that she cannot remove her hat, since she then resembles Adolf Hitler. In [[Dunder Mifflin Scranton|Scranton]], [[Stanley Hudson|Stanley]] wears a Creature from the Black Lagoon mask in order to sleep at work and not get caught while [[Creed Bratton|Creed]], [[Kevin Malone|Kevin]] and [[Dwight Schrute|Dwight]] dress up as Heath Ledger's version of the Joker from ''The Dark Knight''.
   
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