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{{Character
 
{{Character
|name = Nick
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|image = [[File:Nick.jpg|250px]]
|image = [[File:Nick.jpg|250px]]
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|name = Nick
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|job = IT Guy
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|first appearance = [[Job Fair]]
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|last appearance = [[Whistleblower]]
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|portrayed by = Nelson Franklin
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
|job = IT Guy
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|actor = Nelson Franklin
|first appearance =Season 4, Episode 13: Job Fair
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|aka =
|last appearance =Season 6, Episode 26: Whistleblower
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}}"'''Nick'''" is the eighth IT Guy from [[NBC]]'s hit show, "[[The Office]]." He is portrayed by actor Nelson Franklin.
|actor = Nelson Franklin
 
|aka = }}"'''Nick'''" is a the IT Guy/Graphic Design Guy from [[NBC]]'s hit show, "[[The Office]]."
 
   
 
==Season 4==
 
==Season 4==
Nick appears as a graphic designer in the episode, Job Fair. Pam approaches him and writes an application for graphic design which leads her to go to Art School.
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Nick is approached by Pam to talk about Graphic Design job but realizes she doesn't have the background for it. He suggests she look at educational classes in New York or Philadelphia. Note that, while he is played by the same actor, it's never outright confirmed that this person is the same character as Nick.
   
 
==Season 6==
 
==Season 6==
Nick quits Dunder Mifflin-Sabre and helps inner city kids with computers. Dwight tells Nick that inner city kids use computers for two things: games and porn. His last appearance is the last episode of season 6, Whistleblower.
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Nick quits Dunder Mifflin-Sabre in order to go help inner city kids with computers. While trying to say good bye, most of the office rudely ignores him and forget who he is. After getting angry with Jim for forgetting his name 10 seconds after he told them and Dwight for stating that inner city kids only use computers for games and porn, he gleefully reveals the office workers' secrets he learned from looking at their hard drives while searching for the whistleblower. He first tells Ryan he's not a real photographer, that Kelly will never fit into a size two, and then reveals that Darryl has been lying about not being on Facebook, before finally revealing that the snitch is Andy. He then flips off the rest of the office workers off and takes his exit.
   
 
==Season 7==
 
==Season 7==
 
In [[WUPHF.com]], he is indirectly mentioned as Glasses.
 
In [[WUPHF.com]], he is indirectly mentioned as Glasses.
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==Appearances==
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{{Appearances4|13=yes}}
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*[[Sabre]]
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*[[Manager and Salesman]]
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*[[The Delivery]]
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*[[Whistleblower]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Dunder Mifflin employees]]
 
[[Category:Dunder Mifflin employees]]
 
[[Category:Former employees]]
 
[[Category:Former employees]]
[[Category:IT Guys]]
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[[Category:Males]]

Latest revision as of 00:22, July 27, 2020

"Nick" is the eighth IT Guy from NBC's hit show, "The Office." He is portrayed by actor Nelson Franklin.

Season 4Edit

Nick is approached by Pam to talk about Graphic Design job but realizes she doesn't have the background for it. He suggests she look at educational classes in New York or Philadelphia. Note that, while he is played by the same actor, it's never outright confirmed that this person is the same character as Nick.

Season 6Edit

Nick quits Dunder Mifflin-Sabre in order to go help inner city kids with computers. While trying to say good bye, most of the office rudely ignores him and forget who he is. After getting angry with Jim for forgetting his name 10 seconds after he told them and Dwight for stating that inner city kids only use computers for games and porn, he gleefully reveals the office workers' secrets he learned from looking at their hard drives while searching for the whistleblower. He first tells Ryan he's not a real photographer, that Kelly will never fit into a size two, and then reveals that Darryl has been lying about not being on Facebook, before finally revealing that the snitch is Andy. He then flips off the rest of the office workers off and takes his exit.

Season 7Edit

In WUPHF.com, he is indirectly mentioned as Glasses.

AppearancesEdit

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