Wuphf, there it is. Ryan's cockamamie website was the ostensible center of this week's episode, but Dwight's ridiculous Hay Place -- "a place for hay" -- was about 20 times funnier and more Office-like. How long until the Social Network humor runs its course?
We opened with the Dunder Mifflinites trying to guess the server password that had been set eight years ago -- when "everyone was getting their driver's license," according to Erin. Heh.
Pam confessionalized that she indeed had invested in Wuphf, which seemed kind of nuts. Though not as nuts as Stanley's dream: "I wanna own a decommisioned light house. And I want to live at the top. And nobody knows I live there. And there's a button that I can press that'll launch that lighthouse into space," he admitted. Okay, then.
As the Wuphf investors implored Ryan to sell the site so they could recoup even a little of their money, Dwight was outside making a goldmine on children's apparently insatiable enthusiasm for all things hay. I spent the whole episode convinced that the two businesses were going to merge in some capacity, and I have to admit that I'm a little disappointed that they didn't. The world does indeed shine on Mose, I guess.
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