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11 of the best gifts to give The Office fans this holiday season

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Though the NBC iconic comedy sitcom, The Office, has been off the air since 2013, fans can’t get enough of the antics happening at Dunder Mifflin in Scranton, Pennsylvania. So if you have a fan of the show on your holiday shopping list this year, check out our gift guide below, filled with goodies any fan of The Office would love to receive.

1. Kevin’s Famous Chili Socks; $14

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Discover Balanced Co.’s ‘The Office’ Kevin’s Famous Chili Socks on Amazon.

In season five, Kevin made his famous chili and subsequently stumbles and drops the pot, so it all spills on the floor at the beginning of the episode entitled “Casual Friday.” Commemorate this blunder by gifting a pair of these equally hilarious socks of this iconic moment to a fan.

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2. Beet This: An Unofficial Schrute Farms Cookbook by Tyanni Niles, Sam Kaplan, and Keith Riegert; $15

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Dwight Schrute is an extreme advocate for beets. He comes from a long line of beet farmers, and now we get to learn his family’s secrets in Beet This, a Schrute Farms cookbook. Fans will learn how to make delicacies like Spicy Fried Rattlesnake with Pickled Beets and No-Bake Beet Bars.

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3. Funko Pop! Customizable Chrome Dundie Award; $13

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Funko Pop! figurines are incredibly fun gifts to receive for any pop culture fan, but one in the shape of a Dundie Award is especially exciting for a fan of The Office. To top it all off, you can customize the plaque to say your friend’s name.

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4. The Office Trivia Game; $14

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This trivia game will test the knowledge and prove if you’re amongst true fans of the show. Gift this to someone who has seen the show multiple times and see how they fare against 150 question cards across various categories.

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5. The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s: An Oral History by Andy Greene; $15

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A show as influential as The Office has plenty of behind-the-scenes secrets that fans are still uncovering. This book by Rolling Stone writer Andy Greene brings to life all the untold stories that went on during the show that fans won’t be able to put down.

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6. Dwight Schrute Mask Sequin Pillowcase; $11

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In the episode “Stress Relief,” Dwight brutally cuts the face out of a CPR dummy and proceeds to wear it on his face. The moment is as shocking as it is funny and has been turned into this sequined pillowcase which reveals and can hide the image of Dwight wearing the CPR dummy face.

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7. Dunder Mifflin T-Shirt; $20 – $25

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Anyone that loves the show will know that it would be nothing without Dunder Mifflin paper company. This shirt shows off that company’s logo and will make an excellent give because it’s so recognizable.

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8. World’s Best Boss Mug; $17

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Michael Scott was the boss at the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin and thought so highly of his managerial skills that he bought himself a “World’s Best Boss” mug. So whether your friend has the same hubris as Michael, wants to emulate him, or just thinks the mug is funny, this mug will make any fan laugh.

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9. Schrute Buck Birthday Card with Sticker, Set of 10; $9

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Dwight invents and introduces Schrute bucks, his form of currency, as a form of motivation in the last two episodes of season three when Michael names him the new Regional Manager. Now your friend can dole out their own Schrute bucks with this pack of birthday cards that have the money inside.

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10. The Office: The Official Party Planning Guide to Planning Parties by Marc Sumerak, Julie Tremaine, and Anne Murlowski; $20

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During the show, sometimes there would be events like Christmas parties, Dundie Awards, and more. The Party Planning Committee would organize these events, and now your friend can learn all their tips and tricks from this guide featuring crafts, recipes, and more.

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11. Mash-Up Sherpa Blanket; $70

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Any good fan of a show will rewatch it now and again. Next time your friends want to watch all nine seasons, this blanket can keep them warm. This Sherpa blanket features references to moments from the show, like when Jim put Dwight’s stapler in Jell-O and Michael’s seemingly favorite phrase, “That’s what she said.”

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