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==Cultural references==
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* The ''Mets'' (New York City) and ''Pirates'' (Pittsburgh) are professional baseball teams.
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* Michael's nickname ''Pamburger'' is a pun on ''hamburger''.
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* ''American Way'' is the in-flight magazine of American Airlines.
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* ''Doris Roberts'' is an Emmy Award-winning actress.
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* ''Starbucks'' is an international chain of coffee chops.
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* Michael's question "High test or unleaded?" is invented slang asking whether Katy prefers regular or decaffeinated coffee. Her response, "Bring it on," indicates that she wants the more challenging alternative.
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* ''Joe'' is slang for coffee.
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* ''Oscar the Grouch'' is a character from the children's television program ''Sesame Street''.
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* ''Bishop O'Hara'' is a Catholic high school in Dunmore, a suburb of Scranton.
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* ''Soccer mom'' refers to a stay-at-home upper-middle-class woman with school-age children.
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* ''NASCAR mom'' is a term that was briefly popular in the 2004 election, referring to the mother of a working-class white family.
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* ''GQ'' is a men's magazine focusing on fashion and style.
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* ''Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood'' is a book and subsequent movie about a group of women who are close friends.
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* ''Mack daddy'' is slang for a man who is successful with women. Michael applies it to a coffee machine.
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* A ''futon'' is a foam mattress used as a cheap substitute for a bed. In the United States, its use is typically restricted to young adults with little money.
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* ''Drakkar Noir'' is a men's cologne. ''Rite Aid'' is a U.S. chain of drugstores. (''Night Swept'' is a made-up brand name.)
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* ''Filet-O-Fish'' is the name of a fried fish sandwich from McDonalds.
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

Revision as of 05:12, 17 April 2007

"Hot Girl" is the sixth episode of the first season of The Office. It was written by Mindy Kaling and directed by Amy Heckerling. It first aired on March 29, 2005.

Synopsis

synopsis

Trivia

  • trivia
  • trivia
  • trivia
  • trivia

Deleted scenes

The Season One DVD contains a number of deleted scenes from this episode. Notable cut scenes include:

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

Cultural references

  • The Mets (New York City) and Pirates (Pittsburgh) are professional baseball teams.
  • Michael's nickname Pamburger is a pun on hamburger.
  • American Way is the in-flight magazine of American Airlines.
  • Doris Roberts is an Emmy Award-winning actress.
  • Starbucks is an international chain of coffee chops.
  • Michael's question "High test or unleaded?" is invented slang asking whether Katy prefers regular or decaffeinated coffee. Her response, "Bring it on," indicates that she wants the more challenging alternative.
  • Joe is slang for coffee.
  • Oscar the Grouch is a character from the children's television program Sesame Street.
  • Bishop O'Hara is a Catholic high school in Dunmore, a suburb of Scranton.
  • Soccer mom refers to a stay-at-home upper-middle-class woman with school-age children.
  • NASCAR mom is a term that was briefly popular in the 2004 election, referring to the mother of a working-class white family.
  • GQ is a men's magazine focusing on fashion and style.
  • Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is a book and subsequent movie about a group of women who are close friends.
  • Mack daddy is slang for a man who is successful with women. Michael applies it to a coffee machine.
  • A futon is a foam mattress used as a cheap substitute for a bed. In the United States, its use is typically restricted to young adults with little money.
  • Drakkar Noir is a men's cologne. Rite Aid is a U.S. chain of drugstores. (Night Swept is a made-up brand name.)
  • Filet-O-Fish is the name of a fried fish sandwich from McDonalds.

Cast

Main Cast

Recurring Cast

Recurring Cast