7 The Office deleted scenes Netflix refused to give us

THE OFFICE -- "Goodbye Michale, Part 2" Episode 722 -- Pictured: (l-r) Kate Flannery as Meredith Palmer, Steve Carell as Michael Scott, Brian Baumgartner as Kevin Malone (Photo by Chris Haston/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
THE OFFICE -- "Goodbye Michale, Part 2" Episode 722 -- Pictured: (l-r) Kate Flannery as Meredith Palmer, Steve Carell as Michael Scott, Brian Baumgartner as Kevin Malone (Photo by Chris Haston/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) /
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6. How did a Jim prank end up as a The Office deleted scene?

If you’ve spent countless hours watching The Office on Netflix, one of your favorite things has to be Dwight and Jim’s constant battle of wits. It’s a little hard to understand exactly why a prank on Dwight ended up on the cutting room floor, but that’s what happened.

Quickly following the police tape prank, we get to see Hank get in on the Dwight pranking fun.

7. Kevin’s Gambling Debt

Every fan of The Office knows about Kevin’s gambling problem. Unfortunately, it’s typically only hinted around. In this exclusive deleted scene, though, we get an inside look of what’s really going on. Not only do we get to watch Kevin try his hardest to earn money to pay his bookie, but we even get to see said bookie come for the cash.

If this bookie surprises you, let us know in the comments. Seriously, there’s something off here.

Honorable mention: The Office deleted scenes from finale

There are a number of great deleted scenes from The Office, and as you probably noticed, they typically involve entire storylines. Seriously, did the producers think they’d get away with hiding a music video from Subtle Sexuality, a Michael Scott prank and David Wallace going absolutely berserk on Ryan?

Now that we’ve seen all these great segments, though, it’s time to get a little nostalgic. The following video differs from the others you’ve watched in that it’s not an entire scene. You’ll still enjoy these moments, though, since these deleted scenes come from the finale. Who wouldn’t love another 12 minutes of the greatest finale ever?

UPDATE: YouTube pulled the video.

While these The Office deleted scenes don’t make up for the Netflix cancellation, just remember that you can still watch the show for free! Download the Peacock app if you haven’t already, and if you just can’t stand commercials, opt for the premium account. With so many folks canceling Netflix over The Office leaving, I’m guessing lots of people will have a few extra dollars to spare.

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