Look out Michael Scott, the search is on for Scranton, Pennsylvania’s newest regional manager.
On Thursday, Twitter user Owen Taylor noticed quite the fascinating responsibility rolling on the career area Brad Traverse Jobs.
Turns out, Democratic Senator Bob Casey’s Scranton office is looking for a regional director — something any supporter of the NBC comedy The Office em> would certainly appreciate.
Anyone who’s visualized The Office knows that Steve Carell’s attribute Michael Scott was the regional overseer. He guided Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch for years, and when he left, detecting a substitution proved to be a nearly impossible task.
While it’s been around eight years since Scott viewed the managerial entitlement, it seems identifying the words “regional manager” alongside “Scranton office” are still too persuasion for devotees to resist.
People swiftly accompanied the position to the attention of Carell and Rainn Wilson, the actor who dallied Dwight K. Schrute, Michael’s assistant who always dreamed of becoming manager.
Casey’s Deputy Press Secretary, Andres Anzola, substantiated the Senator is in fact seeking a Scranton regional manager. So we’d like to offer him a useful part of opinion during his search: Hire an helper to the regional administrator, as well.
Sadly, Sen. Casey tweeted to inform love of the indicate he’s not looking for an deputy to the regional manager. But hey, at least he consumed a Michael Scott GIF.
Despite rumors and cast reunions, it doesn’t look like The Office is getting a resurrection any time soon. So shout out to Senator Casey for dedicating love this opportunity to remember.