"Dwight Christmas" is the seventh and final Christmas episode of The Office, NBC/Universal's developed-for-American television series based on the short-lived BBC series, produced as the tenth episode of its ninth and final season (even though it was aired as the ninth).
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Erin checks the calendar and realizes that the office's annual Christmas party is today, but no one has made any plans for it. Wanting a party everyone suggests ideas for a theme: tropical, topless, etc.. Because there is no agreement, Angela calls an emergency meeting of the Party Planning Committee. After careful consideration, they agree to proceed with Dwight's concept: a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch celebration where he appears as St. Nicholas' rural German companion, Belsnickel.
|Rainn Wilson (prod.)||Dwight Schrute|
|John Krasinski||Jim Halpert|
|Jenna Fischer||Pam Beesly|
|Catherine Tate||Nellie Bertram|
|Leslie David Baker||Stanley Hudson|
|Brian Baumgartner||Kevin Malone|
|Creed Bratton||Creed Bratton|
|Kate Flannery||Meredith Palmer|
|Ellie Kemper||Erin Hannon|
|Angela Kinsey||Angela Martin-Lipton|
|Jake Lacy||Pete Miller|
|Paul Lieberstein||Toby Flenderson|
|Oscar Nunez||Oscar Martinez|
|Craig Robinson||Darryl Philbin|
|Phyllis Smith||Phyllis Vance|
|Bobby Ray Shafer||Bob Vance|
|Ed Helms (prod.)||Andy Bernard|
The episode is available on The Office: Season Nine - The Farewell Season DVD and Blu-ray sets, released on August 13, 2013.
- After the violent death of George Floyd on Memorial Day 2020, the Netflix and Peacock prints deletes a scene where Nate appears in a blackface.
- "Christmas Party"
- "A Benihana Christmas"
- "Moroccan Christmas"
- "Secret Santa"
- "Classy Christmas"
- "Christmas Wishes"