Threat Level Midnight Seventeenth Episode of The Office Season 7

Have you seen the Office series? How many episodes of the show you have seen? What about its seventh season? If, so then you must have heard about the “Threat Level Midnightwondering why? Well, it is the seventh episode of The Office Season 7 which is written by the  B. J. Novak and directed by Tucker Gates.

The show is inspired by the office, how people used to work there at different levels, how their life and a lot of ups and downs that happen in anyone’s life while working in an office.

Midnight feature a number of actors from Hollywood, Michael as Agent Michael Scarn, Dwight Schrute as Scarn’s robot butler, and Jim Halpert as Scarn’s archnemesis “Goldenface”. Their acting is commendable in the show…

The inspiration of the show is taken from the second season named “The Client,” in which we see Micheal completed his film’s screenplay and named it the Mightnight Threat, which later becomes the title of the seventh season of The Office.

This season brings back multiple actors that we haven’t seen in years, this might be a reason that the show is watched by around 6.41 million audiences and received an overall grade of only 3.3 stars are given to the show(rating from between the age of 18 and 49).

However, this episode become one of the highest-ranked NBC series of the week, even critics liked the show a lot and shared their experience regarding this, most of them added that the show is full of humor which is a reason for liking it.

Want to know the complete plotline of “Thread Level Midnight,” then read our post, till the end 🙂

Threat Level Midnight- Summary!

The Threat is the result of Micheal’s ten years of effort, he was thinking about the movie for the past ten years. The figures that we have seen in the movie is taken from the office of the Dunder Mifflin Scranton branch.

Michael Scott (Steve Carell) screens his action film Threat Level Midnight to the office after eleven years of writing, shooting, re-shooting, and editing.

The film’s personas are performed by characters that have both worked at the Dunder Mifflin Scranton branch in the past decade or those with whom Michael has interacted in the last few ages.

However, the storyline is designed by Stanley Hudson.

The story starts when the agent Micheal Scarn is offered to get retire from the office after the demise of his wife Catherine Zeta-Scarn.

This was the same time when Scarn learns and figures out how to play hockey from a renowned teacher named Cherokee Jack.

At the time he also explores the learning of coding at the time when he was a prisoner.

Scarn and Samuel defy Goldenface to attempt to protect the prisoners, and Goldenface uncovers to them the bomb is in the hockey puck. Scarn won’t pardon Goldenface for killing his better half, and he is shot.

He later recovers from the tragedy, yet when he and Samuel bring their intel to the President. They track down that the President was in on everything along, needing to explore the arena for the protection of the amount of money they have.

Discouraged, Scarn goes to a bar to suffocate his distresses.

Driven by the barkeep Billy (played by Andy Bernard), the supporters of the bar sing a tune called “The Scarn” which he moved to with his significant other and perks Scarn up gigantically.

With his self-assurance reestablished, Scarn penetrates the game, while additionally gaining from Samuel that Cherokee Jack has passed on.

On the other hand, we see, while Samuel safeguards the prisoners, Scarn is told by Cherokee Jack’s phantom and can hit the puck out of the arena, making all the difference, reestablishing Billy’s satellite TV gathering, and exploding Goldenface simultaneously.

Scarn indeed resigns, yet is promptly gotten back to right into it by the President, and the storyteller is uncovered to be an older Scarn.

Golden Face Threat Level Midnight

What Happened At The End of Threat Level Midnight?

At the end of the story, we find Micheal is at his office and doing his work

Michael had shown the workplace a “work in progress” cut of the film years prior, yet the representatives all confused it with a satire, and Michael was so irritated by their snickering that he shut down the screening.

Everybody is exceptionally anxious to see Michael’s film, but simply because they all show up in it, and Pam Halpert (Jenna Fischer) cautions everybody to be aware of how delicate Michael is and not snicker.

Notwithstanding, Pam can’t hold herself back from shouting out with sickening dread when she sees her mom cast in the film as a meagerly clad medical caretaker, and Jim neglects to completely smother his giggling at the location of “The Scarn”, so Michael irately stops the film and removes it.

Michael asks Holly Flax her opinion and she doesn’t appear to be dazzled. Michael blows up at her since he thinks about the film his “fantasy”, and he then, at that point, offers the remainder of the workplace the chance to wrap up seeing the film, which they joyfully acknowledge.

While watching, Michael starts taking note of how the film isn’t actually quite acceptable; he ventures outside and lets Holly know that it is an awful film yet in addition one that individuals are having a good time watching.

They plunk down and giggle with the remainder of the workplace through the film’s decision, particularly at Michael reviewing the film’s impedance with a real hockey game, and the plot opening toward the finish of the film in which Scarn returns to work for the malicious President.

And the story ends…

Threat Level Midnight

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