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This marked a decrease in a million viewers and a 14 percent decrease in the 18–49 demographic from the previous episode." -- Any reason for this?
I can't really find one. I assume it's just the fact that, after a season premiere, ratings usually always go down a bit.--Gen. Quon(Talk) 04:29, 18 January 2013 (UTC)
"The episode became the highest-rated non-sports related NBC program for the original week it aired" -- Are there any specific sporting events which were airing around that time which may have taken viewership from this episode?
"Joel Keller of AOLTV called it a "vast improvement" from last week's episode" -- You should replace these references to "last week's episode" with the explicit title of the previous episode. Obviously since then Office episodes haven't necessarily aired in order.
In the daycare scene, we heard Dwight's cousin Mose talk, but I remember another episode in which Dwight says that Mose only speaks German. Am I remembering wrong? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 16:21, 13 August 2013 (UTC)