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The show is known for its generally large cast size, with many of its actors and actresses known particularly for their improvisational work.
Rainn Wilson portrays Dwight Schrute, who, based upon Gareth Keenan, was the Assistant to the Regional Manager, although the character frequently failed to include "to the" in his title. Novak portrays Ryan Howard who had previously left Dunder Mifflin to travel to Thailand, only to be subsequently re-hired in the fifth season "Michael Scott Paper Company" story arc.
When Michael realizes the damage he's caused, he fabricates numerous other rumors to discredit himself, including that Andy is gay (confusing Andy) and that Pam is pregnant (unbeknownst to him that she is actually pregnant).
As Michael tries to clear the air, Jim and Pam admit their rumor is true in an attempt to save Stanley from embarrassment.
Jim and Michael's management styles clash, especially after David's budget will only allow a small or no raise this year.
Dwight fails in his attempt to raise allies against Jim.
The season ranked fifty-second in the season ratings with an average of 7.80 million viewers per episode, marking a steep drop in the ratings from the previous season which had an average of nine million viewers.
The sixth season of The Office aired on Thursdays at p.m. The season was released on DVD by Universal Studios Home Entertainment in a four-disc box set in the Region 1 area on September 7, 2010.
Returning writers from the previous season include Mindy Kaling, B. Novak, Paul Lieberstein, Lee Eisenberg, Gene Stupnitsky, Brent Forrester, Justin Spitzer, Jennifer Celotta, Aaron Shure, Charlie Grandy, Warren Lieberstein, and Halsted Sullivan.
New writers in the sixth season include Daniel Chun, Jason Kessler (who served as script coordinator) and Jonathan Hughes (who previously wrote several of the Office webisodes).
The Office is an American adaptation of the British TV series of the same name, and is presented in a mockumentary format, portraying the daily lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictitious Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
The season has been cited by several critics as the beginning of the series' decline in quality, despite still receiving generally favorable reviews.
John Krasinski portrays Jim Halpert, a sales representative, assistant manager, and prankster and for a while co-manager, who is based upon Tim Canterbury, and is in love his wife Pam Beesly, the former receptionist for Dunder Mifflin Scranton Branch and is now a sales representative. After making enemies with the recently promoted Jim, Ryan is subsequently moved to a closet office.