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The series depicts office accountants in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company trying to find ,000 missing from the office budget.
The webisodes generally became available as they were uploaded onto NBC's website for free streaming on Thursdays from July to September 2006, and were later included as a special feature in the second season's DVD releases. The series was shot over two days in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, and produced by the same crew with the same cast as the television series. A new webisode would generally become available each Thursday on NBC's website.
The webisodes were later released as special features on the DVD sets of The Office – Season Two in the second half of 2006.
In November 2007, the webisodes became a point of argument for the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, as none of the writers or actors featured in the webisodes received residuals for their work.
Greg Daniels and many of the cast members who double as writers posted a video to You Tube shortly after the strike began, particularly upset that they weren't compensated for The Accountants, which NBC considered promotional material despite the embedded commercials. The Office director Randall Einhorn directed each webisode, with writing duties divided between producers, screenwriters and actors Michael Schur and Paul Lieberstein.
The Accountants retained many of the cast members from the television series.
Brian Baumgartner plays Kevin Malone, who is based upon Keith Bishop. Angela Kinsey portrays Angela Martin, the uptight Head of the Accounting Department, Office Safety Officer and Head of the Party Planning Committee.
Dwight confronts Angela about her decision to accuse Michael of taking the money.The Office is an American television sitcom broadcast on NBC.Created as an adaptation by Greg Daniels of the British series of the same name, it is a mockumentary that follows the day-to-day lives of the employees of the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of Dunder Mifflin ("Dunder Mifflin a Division of Sabre" from mid season 6 to the end of season 8), a fictional paper supply company.The series ran on NBC in the United States from March 24, 2005 to May 16, 2013.Additionally, nine spin-off series of webisodes of The Office have been aired on
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The Office aired a short first season in 2005 that consisted of six episodes.