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Diwali

‘Diwali’

Season 3, Episode 6 - Aired November 2, 2006

As the staff from the Scranton branch join Kelly at a Diwali celebration, Jim and Andy work a late night at the Stamford office with the help of some liquor.

Quote from Kevin

Phyllis: Isn't this fun? Not wearing shoes?
Angela: I wish some of us still had our shoes on.
Kevin: Stop it. It's a disease. I told you.

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Quote from Michael Scott

Carole: I thought you said this was a costume party.
Michael Scott: What does that look like to you?
Carole: An Indian woman in a sari.

Quote from Michael Scott

Michael Scott: Oh, yuck, oh-
Carole: What, is it too spicy?
Michael Scott: No. These s'mores are disgusting.
Carole: They're not s'mores, they're samosas.
Michael Scott: Do you think they have any s'mores? [to camera:] All they are is chocolate, graham cracker and marshmallow. How difficult would that have been?

Quote from Pam

Pam: I decided to come. I feel a little underdressed, but at least I'm not dressed like a slutty cheerleader, right? Is that mean?

Quote from Michael Scott

Michael Scott: Wow! Thirty years. And you two only met once before the wedding night?
Kelly's Dad: Yes.
Michael Scott: Wow.
Kelly's Dad: How long have you been married to the cheerleader?
Michael Scott: Oh, she's not a cheerleader! She thought this was a costume party. No, we're not married. Yet.
Kelly's Mom: She is very fair.
Michael Scott: She is very fair. Very fair and very kind. So, tell me, is your marriage the kind of thing where when you die, she has to throw herself on a fire? No, okay. It's still very cool. Okay, thanks.

Quote from Michael Scott

Michael Scott: Could I have your attention, please? Thank you. Hi. Sorry, I just have an announcement to make. Okay. I have learned a lot about Indian culture tonight, but I have learned even more about love. And I know you're all thinking, "Who is this crazy gringo and what is he talking about?" Well, I'm not crazy. Maybe I'm crazy in love. So, without further ado, Carole, Carole Stills, I would like you to do me the honor of making me your husband.
Carole: Oh, Michael.
Michael Scott: What do you say?
Carole: Can we talk about this in private?
Michael Scott: I didn't hear you?
Carole: Can we talk about this in private?
Michael Scott: Oh, you gotta be kidding.

Quote from Andy

Andy: [singing] I went to the doctor I went to the mountains I looked to the children-
Karen: Andy, no a cappella.
Andy: I looked to the children I drank from the fountain [Jim joins] There's more than one answer to these questions Pointing me in a crooked line. Wait.
Andy & Jim: The less I seek my source
Karen: Oh, come on, guys, please.
Andy & Jim: The closer I am to fine
Andy: The closer I am to fine
Karen: That's not good.
Andy: Tuna! Are you kidding me?

Quote from Michael Scott

Michael Scott: Pam, when Carole said, "No," tonight, I think I finally realized how you must be feeling. We're both the victims of broken engagements.
Pam: Well, you were never really engaged.
Michael Scott: I was in that marriage arena, though.

Quote from Michael Scott

Pam: What are you doing?
Michael Scott: What are you doing?
Pam: I'm rejecting your kiss.
Michael Scott: I- What? I didn't- Can I have a ride home?
Pam: If you sit in the back.

Quote from Andy

Jim: Hey, can I have a ride, man? I have my bike.
Andy: No way, dude. I am not driving home. I brought an inflatable bed for just such occasions. You're welcome to share it, though. It's a roomy twin.
Jim: I'm good.

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