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In a conversation between A and B, "that's what she said" is a (very informal!) phrase B would use to give A's (harmless) statement an unexpected dirty meaning not indended by A. It is implied that the "she" said this during/before/after sexual or related activity. As an example: A is unsuccessfully trying to push a thick folder into an overfull shelf, ...


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While researching this question, I went to the Michael Scott page on Wiki. In the section of (the character) Scott's interests, it states that: Michael's favorite catchphrase is "That's what she said!", a sexually suggestive double entendre he uses even in the most inappropriate circumstances, including business meetings and legal depositions. Michael ...


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According to this timeline, Jim started to work in Dunder Mifflin in 2001 (about 4 years prior to season 1). This is supported by Ryan's claim in Dwight's Speech (late season 2) that Jim has been working there for 5 years. And in Launch Party (season 4), he tells Pam he liked her on his first day, when she showed him to his desk. So, since they marry in late ...


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A lloonnnggggg time. Jim had a girlfriend for a while and Pam went through an engagement before they finally ended up together. So basically from Season 1 (2005) until their marriage in Season 6 (2010).



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