Can you relive “The Dinner Party” on ‘The Office’ virtual experience? – Daily Film

A virtual The office experience (literally called The office experience) is now open to the public. The office is one of the most popular TV series ever, and its place in pop culture conversation has not changed with its popularity and streaming on streaming services. Also sorry fans of the British version, however The office experience refers only to the American series.

The office originally premiered on NBC before having a long streaming life on Netflix. It’s now available to watch on Peacock, NBC’s streaming site, along with other popular shows from the network. The show is in Chicago and is being set up by Superfly X and Universal Live Entertainment.

Fans can walk around in a recreated set of The office where their favorite characters sell paper and try to avoid Steve Carell’s Michael Scott. A recreation of Schrute Farms will also be available for tour as well as the warehouse. The whole thing is basically a museum for the biggest fans of The office to go through and take photographs of the carefully recreated sets.

The store will also be a place where visitors can buy souvenirs to remember the experience before leaving. Greg Daniels was involved in the creation of this Chicago exhibit, which added an extra sense of authenticity to this very artificial (but fun) experience.

Interactive elements

The office experience will reportedly include interactive elements taken from the show. These scenarios are rumored to include Beach Day, Dundies and Kevin spilling his chili.

Beach Day takes place towards the end of the third season of The office and has Michael trying to use hot dog eating contests and wrestling matches to pick his replacement as he mistakenly believes he will be promoted.

Most fans of The office does not need a refresher on what the Dundies are, but just in case: The Dundies is an award ceremony that Michael invents and makes every year as an excuse to put on a show for his staff. Some highlights include Ryan’s award for Office Hottie, Kevin’s award for Smelliest Bowel Movement and Pam’s multiple awards for longest engagement.

As for Kevin, who spilled his chili, we need to lead you to beat the clip up of him with a huge pot of chili, which he immediately spills and falls into. The office experience opens in Chicago on October 15 and moves around to different cities.

“Dinner party”

So what about “Dinner”? You know, possibly the most famous and beloved episode of The office throughout his nine-season run?

“The Dinner Party” takes place in season four, during the time Michael lives with his girlfriend Jan. Their tumultuous relationship has taken a turn for the worse after Michael causes Jan to lose his lawsuit against Dunder Mifflin, so of course he thinks this will be a good time to host a dinner party.

Michael manipulates Jim & Pam into finally joining him and Jan for dinner, as well as Andy & Angela. A jealous Dwight ends up following along and bringing his childhood babysitter as his date.

“The Dinner Party” offers many fan-favorite moments: the revelation that Michael is sleeping on a bench at the foot of his and Jan’s bed, Jan sings along to a love song by her former assistant, which is clearly about her, and Michael shows off his impossible little plasma TV.

So will fans traveling to Chicago for the show be able to practically experience “The Dinner Party”? Currently, “The Dinner Party” is not mentioned as one of the available interactive scenarios. However, that may change in the future.

Do you want to travel to Chicago for this exhibition? Is this too loud too, or does it sound like fun? Let us know in the comments!

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