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*[[wikipedia:Ron Howard|Ron Howard]] is also known for his movies, TV shows, and ginger beard.
 
*[[wikipedia:Ron Howard|Ron Howard]] is also known for his movies, TV shows, and ginger beard.
 
*Michael also mentions [[wikipedia:Ronald McDonald|"Ronald McDonald's]] wife" as an example of a red-head.
 
*Michael also mentions [[wikipedia:Ronald McDonald|"Ronald McDonald's]] wife" as an example of a red-head.
*''[[Wikipedia:Die Hard|Die Hard]]'' is a movie featuring Bruce Willis as a New York City detective caught in the middle of a hostage situation while visiting his estranged wife in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve.
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*''[[Wikipedia:Die Hard|Die Hard]]'' is a movie featuring Bruce Willis as a New York City detective caught in the middle of a hostage situation while visiting his estranged wife in Los Angelas on Christmas Eve.
*Dwight's line "''Always the Padawan, never the Jedi,''" is a reference to both Star Wars, and another saying: "''Always the bridesmaid, never the bride''". The [[Wikipedia:Jedi|Jedi]] are characters in the [[Wikipedia:Star Wars|''Star Wars'' saga]] who are famed for their ability to tap into the energy field that connects all things known as the Force, and as such, they were charged with maintaining the balance between the light and dark sides of the Force and keeping the peace in the Galactic Republic. A Padawan is a Jedi in training, usually an adolescent.
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*Dwight's line "''Always the Padawan, never the Jedi''" is a reference to both Star Wars, and another saying: "''Always the bridesmaid, never the bride''". The [[Wikipedia:Jedi|Jedi]] are characters in the [[Wikipedia:Star Wars|''Star Wars'' saga]] who are famed for their ability to tap into the energy field that connects all things known as the Force, and as such, they were charged with maintaining the balance between the light and dark sides of the Force and keeping the peace in the Galactic Republic. A Padawan is a Jedi in training, usually an adolescent.
 
*[[Wikipedia:Billy Crystal|Billy Crystal]] and [[Wikipedia:Neil Patrick Harris|Neil Patrick Harris]] have hosted several award shows but were unavailable for the Dundies.
 
*[[Wikipedia:Billy Crystal|Billy Crystal]] and [[Wikipedia:Neil Patrick Harris|Neil Patrick Harris]] have hosted several award shows but were unavailable for the Dundies.
*Michael thought that the awards would end up like ''[[Wikipedia:The Godfather Part III|The Godfather Part III]]'', but it turned out "confusing" like ''[[Wikipedia:The Godfather|The Godfather]]''. It's notable that Michael's favorite film of the trilogy is the least critically acclaimed one.
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*Michael thought that the awards would end up like ''[[Wikipedia:The Godfather Part III|The Godfather Part III]]'', but it turned out "confusing" like [[Wikipedia:The Godfather|The Godfather]]. It's notable that Michael's favorite film of the trilogy is the least critically acclaimed one.
 
*The final song that the office sings to Michael is a parody of "Seasons of Love" from the [[wikipedia:Broadway theatre|Broadway]] musical ''[[wikipedia:Rent (musical)|Rent]]''.
 
*The final song that the office sings to Michael is a parody of "Seasons of Love" from the [[wikipedia:Broadway theatre|Broadway]] musical ''[[wikipedia:Rent (musical)|Rent]]''.
 
*Michael describes the Dundies as "like the [[wikipedia:Golden Globes Awards|Golden Globes]] but less mean" referring to [[wikipedia:Ricky Gervais|Ricky Gervais]]' hosting of the 2011 Golden Globe Awards; which left critics questioning if he had gone "too far". Gervais stated on his blog that the line was inserted as a [[wikipedia:Metahumor|metajoke]] was intended as "a little in-joke".
 
*Michael describes the Dundies as "like the [[wikipedia:Golden Globes Awards|Golden Globes]] but less mean" referring to [[wikipedia:Ricky Gervais|Ricky Gervais]]' hosting of the 2011 Golden Globe Awards; which left critics questioning if he had gone "too far". Gervais stated on his blog that the line was inserted as a [[wikipedia:Metahumor|metajoke]] was intended as "a little in-joke".
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*Doobie Doobie Pothead Stoner of the Year Award - [[Andy]]
 
*Doobie Doobie Pothead Stoner of the Year Award - [[Andy]]
 
*Extreme Repulsiveness Award - [[Toby]]
 
*Extreme Repulsiveness Award - [[Toby]]
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*The Kind of a Bitch Award - [[Dwight Schrute|Dwight]] (Not an actual Dundie but Michael stated Dwight should have gotten it)
 
*The Kind of a Bitch Award - [[Dwight Schrute|Dwight]] (Not an actual Dundie but Michael stated Dwight should have gotten it)
 
*World's Best Boss - [[Michael]], it was given to Michael by the employees, although it was only revealed in the later episode ([[Goodbye, Michael]])
 
*World's Best Boss - [[Michael]], it was given to Michael by the employees, although it was only revealed in the later episode ([[Goodbye, Michael]])
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