(Although the substance is never clearly identified, it is implied that it is human feces.) "Sexual Harassment" is the second episode of the second season of the American comedy television series The Office, and the show's eighth episode overall. Whereas Michael had been upset by the prank, calling it a hate crime, after learning that Todd was the culprit Michael now believes that the prank was done "out of love". After Michael refers to Packer as a "terrific rep", when he answers the phone, which is on speaker, Packer calls Michael a "big queen" and asks him whether Jan, whom he refers to as "Godzillary", has arrived at the office yet before expressing a wish to ask her if "the carpet matches the drapes". This is the definition of "separate but equal", according to Packer. "Last Day in Florida" is the eighteenth episode of the eighth season of the American comedy television series The Office and the show's 170th episode overall. [3] His father ran a business that manufactured turkey coops (Koechner has stated that "If you see a turkey going down the road in a big truck, most likely its coop is from Tipton..."). Learn how and when to remove these template messages, explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Why the 'Office Ladies' podcast is worth your time", "Packman", "Fudge", "Packster", "Wacky Pack", "Pack Attack", "Todd Fudge Packer", Traveling salesman for Dunder Mifflin and Vice President of Special Projects Development for the Sabre Corporation. In the end, despite his protest that he is just a stand-in for Dwight, Packer is terminated. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He was a salesman and the assistant to the regional manager at the paper distribution company Dunder Mifflin before his promotion to regional manager in the final season. February 24, 2011 -by: Doug Hall Litigation Value: At the end of the day, shockingly little, given that it was a Packer-based episode. Comedy Central ordered eight episodes. Thank You for Smoking was one of the best-reviewed films of Koechner's career, and he was included in Fox Searchlight's Oscar campaign, among the film's listings for Best Supporting Actor. In the episode, he is shown to be impressed with president of Sabre's special projects, Nellie Bertram, and he manages to impress her as well. It was written by Mindy Kaling and directed by Marc Webb. In 2015, Koechner began co-starring as Commodore Bellacourt in the Comedy Central series Another Period. For most of the night, Packer seems to be the most successful, until Dwight has Gabe spike Packer's beer with his asthma inhaler, causing Packer to vomit. The Pack(er) is Back! They came up in sales together and both Michael and Packer share the same sense of humor. Koechner's role is the American version of Chris Finch from the original. In "The Farm", Packer returns to the Scranton branch ostensibly to make amends as part of a recovery process, offering cupcakes to everyone in the office. Packer is portrayed by David Koechner and is based upon the character Chris Finch from the original British version of the series. Unfortunately, Michael clicks on the wrong e-mail address and, instead of sending it to packer@dundermifflin.com, he sends it to the email packaging@dundermifflin.com, which leads to the photo's being forwarded to staff and acquaintances all over the branch. Packer in his first appearance Todd Finch Packer, almost always called "Packer" is a character in the NBC sitcom The Office. This past weekend I threw the world’s best boss aka my daughter, her very first birthday party, The Office themed! The episode first aired in the United States on September 27, 2005 on NBC. Unfortunately, Michael clicks on the wrong e-mail address and, instead of sending it to packer@dundermifflin.com, he sends it to the email packaging@dundermifflin.com, which leads to the photo's being forwarded to staff and acquaintances all over the branch. Koechner relocated to New York City in 1995, doing year long stints of sketch comedy as a cast member on Saturday Night Live (1995–1996) and as a sketch regular on Late Night with Conan O'Brien in the mid 1990s. Packer overhears their conversation and asks Jim, "Are you looking for someone to bang your wife?" In "Ben Franklin", Packer meets Karen for the first time and says, "Either this chicks a dude or Halpert got scared straight!" This all happens over the course of one day in "Livin' the Dream". [3], Packer makes his first physical appearance in the episode "Sexual Harassment", wherein he travels to the Scranton branch after an upper management scandal that caused the CFO, Randall, to resign owing to allegations by his secretary.

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