'The Workplace' followers, did you discover this tech fail in Season 6?

A number of the best Workplace tidbits come from the present’s DVD commentary.

On the most recent episode of Stitcher’s Workplace Girls podcast, former co-stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey chatted all concerning the Season 6 episode “Homicide,” which featured that well-known Workplace finger weapons meme and a tune that price $45,000 to make use of. In addition they shared a hilarious tech fail involving Michael’s laptop that they realized about from the episode’s DVD commentary.

As famous in our earlier article, 5 minutes into “Homicide,” Michael is spiraling alone in his workplace. He is drowning out his fears that Dunder Mifflin will file for chapter by blasting the 1998 banger “Lullaby” by Shawn Mullins(opens in a brand new tab), which, once more, price the present a whopping $45,000 to make use of. As soon as Michael’s music turns into disruptive to the workplace, Jim walks in and turns it down. He has a quick chat with Michael, then Michael turns the music again up. Did you catch the tech fail? Neither did we…at first.

A man (John Krasinski as Jim Halpert on "The Office") turning down the volume on another man's (Steve Carell as Michael Scott) computer.

Jim turning down the sound on Michael’s laptop. Pay attention intently.

“Nicely, I’ve a background catch at 5:29,” Kinsey explains. “Michael says he wants extra Mullins, and he hits the quantity button on his keyboard repeatedly. Greg [Daniels, show runner] shared that they labored actually arduous in modifying to get that sound to match Steve hitting the keyboard. And Danny [Chun, writer] shared that after the episode aired, the remark boards have been full of individuals saying that that was a Mac sound. And Michael is utilizing a PC.”

“Oh my gosh,” Fischer mentioned. “Oh wow. They picked the fallacious quantity up sound.”

“Is not that humorous?” Kinsey replied.

Sadly, there is not any clip that exhibits the scene on-line. However I watched the episode on Peacock and clearly heard the Apple-esque sound impact. Although the sound does not precisely match those accessible on my MacBook Professional in the intervening time, the “Homicide” episode aired in November 2009, and Apple followers know that macOS sounds are up to date and altered over time.

Make sure to hear intently in your subsequent rewatch and take a look at the total podcast episode to listen to extra behind-the-scenes tales about filming the episode, “Homicide.”

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Originally posted 2022-03-29 17:25:47.