Why Scott’s Tots Is One of the Best Episodes of The Office

Why Scott’s Tots Is One of the Best Episodes of The Office

«Scott’s Tots» is a famously excruciating episode of ‘The Office’, but it’s also one of the best and most important episodes in terms of understanding the show’s appeal.

Scott’s Tots – Wikipedia

«Scott’s Tots» is the twelfth episode of the sixth season of the U.S. comedy series The Office and the show’s 112th episode overall. It was written by Gene Stupnitsky & Lee Eisenberg and directed by B. J. Novak, marking his directorial debut on the network series.

Directed by: B. J. Novak

The Office: «Scott’s Tots» – TV Club

In tonight’s kick-ass episode of The Office, Michael must confront the consequences of a terrible decision made a decade earlier. Advertisement Ten years ago Michael promised to pay for the college educations of a group of elementary school students collectively known as “Michael Scott’s Tots”.

The Office: «Scott’s Tots» Review – IGN

Dec 04, 2009 · If the scene in question weren’t so damn funny, it might have actually been too excruciatingly painful to watch. But that’s The Office for you.

9.4/10

The Office Review: «Scott’s Tots» – TV Fanatic

Last night’s «Scott’s Tots» was not one of The Office’s best. In fact, rather than delighting in Michael Scott’s personal and professional bungling, it was actually a little depressing.

«Scott’s Tots» voted the Most Embarrassing Moment in TV

It does seem silly and petty to me, but the internet votes don’t really mean much. I liked more than a handful of episodes of The Office, just not one of my favorite shows. There were a few that I really loved though, like Scott’s Tots, as I mentioned.

Top responsesRedditHey Mr. Scott, whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do? Make our dreams come true!430 votesYou know, when you go to college you’ll need laptops! And what good is a laptop without the battery?104 voteswhat a terrible website and player.115 votesI often skip that episode because I find it so uncomfortable to watch.58 votesI would have thought that the most embarrassing moment in TV history would be «Dads».28 votesPeep Show’s not on this list at all really speaks against the list’s credibility in my mind.14 votesSee all

The Office Review: «Scott’s Tots» (Episode 6.12) – Paste

Jim tries to conduct one normal day at the office while Michael is out making an ass of himself somewhere. Yeah, the formula is becoming bland, but this doesn’t fit in my final verdict of the episode.

«Scott’s Tots» voted the Most Embarrassing Moment in TV

Honestly think there are much, much more cringey episodes of The Office than this episode. ‘Diversity Day’, ‘Hot Girl’, ‘Michael’s Birthday’ were all much painful to watch IMO.

Top responsesRedditI was rewatching the whole show again, and when this showed up, I just skipped it. Too cringy to watch!177 votesI thought the episode when Michael and Jan had people over for dinner was more awkward. I was cringing the ENTIRE episode, it was perfect. I guess … read more127 votesWhen all the kids are cheering in the classroom and you know what’s going to happenTHAT dramatic irony55 votesI love this episode. Stanley’s laugh when they’re in the break room always gets me.38 votesim surprised people find this too cringe-y to watch. i thought it was hilarious. i thought there were way more awkward moments on the office than this episode23 votesThese voters have obviously not watched Curb Your Enthusiasm.21 votesSee all

Holy ****, the «Scott’s Tots» episode of The Office is so

May 30, 2012 · Holy ****, the «Scott’s Tots» episode of The Office is so painful to watch. Discussion in ‘The Vestibule’ started by ZEZEtheX, May 30, 2012.

THE OFFICE «Scott’s Tots» Review (Season 6 Episode 12

What did you think of tonight’s episode of The Office, Scott’s Tots? Every time Michael takes a step forward he takes 3 back. His cringy behavior reached new levels tonight in Scott’s Tots.

Watch The Office (US) Online – Scott’s Tots – Full Episodes

«Scott’s Tots» is the twelfth episode of the sixth season of the U.S. comedy series The Office and the show’s 112th episode overall. It was written by Gene Stupnitsky & Lee Eisenberg and directed by B. J. Novak, marking his directorial debut on the network series.