13 Times Creed Was The Best Character On The Office
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13 Times Creed Was The Best Character On The Office

13 snarky Creed quotes that you probably had to listen to twice.

13 Times Creed Was The Best Character On The Office
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Creed is for sure the most underrated character on the office. The show would be lacking without his snarky, nonsense comments. Here is just a reminder of the great Creed Bratton.

1. "Did one of you tell Stanley that I have asthma. 'Cause I don't. If this gets out, they won't let me scuba. And if I can't scuba, what am I working toward?"

Season 6, Episode 1 - "Gossip." In this episode, gossip is being spread around the office. Clueless as always, Creed had to clear the air that his asthma is still under wraps.

2. "Thanks. Playing a little hookey from work today....Oh my god."

Season 9, Episode 4 - "Work Bus". In this episode, Dunder Mifflin employees take their work elsewhere from now Dwight's building. They move into a work bus. While on the bus, Dwight picks up a hitchhiker. Which happens to be creed, trying to play hookey.

3. "Oh, you're payin' way too much for your worms, man. Who's your worm guy?"

Season 6, Episode 7 - "Koi Pond." Michael fell into the koi pond at a business he was just at. After the absurd price the company is asking for a replacement, $300, he claims he could catch the fish with a 5 cent worm. Apparently, experienced, Creed tells Michael that he is paying way too much for his worms.

4. "Just pretend like we're talking until the cops leave."

Season 5, Episode 8 - "Frame Toby." Dwight brings the cops in because he suspects someone in the office has marijuana - but "apparently," and not suspiciously at all, it's not Creed.

5. "When Pam gets Michael's old chair, I get Pam's old chair. Then I'll have two chairs. Only one to go."

Season 4, Episode 10 - "Chair Model." In light of Michael getting a new chair, his old one goes to Pam. Pam's goes to Creed, and then, he'll have two chairs. And then apparently he only needs one. For God only knows what.

6. "It’s Halloween. That is really, really good timing."

Season 9, Episode 5 - "Here Comes Treble." In this Halloween episode, Creed comes in wearing a blood-spattered shirt. When someone reminds him that it is Halloween, he is suddenly very relieved. Season 7, Episode 24 - "Search Committee."

7. "B. O. B. O. D. D. Y."

Season 7, Episode 24 - "Search Committee." - For some reason, Creed is acting manager. First thing as manager - coming up with acronyms. The first acronym he created is "Boboddy." With no meaning at all.

8. "Yep, that's exactly what happened."

Season 2, Episode 10 - "Christmas Party." - Creed got Jim a flannel for Secret Santa. It being very small, and very old, Jim suspects that it was pulled out of his closet this morning. Creed confirms.

9. "Do you want to see a foot with four toes?"

Season 2, Episode 18 - "Take Your Daughter to Work Day." All of the office's children (supposed to be just daughter's, but Meredith's son joins) come into work with them for the day. With all the departments trying to show the children something cool, Creed's "something cool" is his foot, which happens to have four toes.

10. "www.creedthoughts.gov.www/creedthoughts"

Season 3, Episode 23 - "The Job." Creed asked Ryan to set him up a blog. Afraid of what might possibly put out into the internet, Ryan opened a Microsoft Word Document, typed the above site at the top of the document, and ta-da! Creedthoughts.gov.

11. "You were in the parking lot earlier, that's how I know you!"

Season 5, Episode 13 - "Stress Relief." While the office members are getting CPR training, Creed remembers the woman from the parking lot that morning. A very familiar face.

(Side note - All Office lovers can agree this is the best episode ever.)

12. "Something's up. That paper shouldn't have been delivered."

Season 6, Episode 8 - "Double Date." When Pam tries to fake her way out of her and Jim's double date with Michael and her mom, she fakes a delivery issue. Jim, seeing right through it, goes and hangs up the fake phone call. Relieved, for some reason, Creed is sure the paper shouldn't have been delivered anyways. Because why would paper be delivered... from a paper company...

13. "Who wasn't there last week? Debbie Brown. And which day was that? Wednesday, the eleventh. Perfect."

Season 3, Episode 20 - "Product Recall." Creed's job is apparently quality assurance, so when there is a graphic image printed on all of the paper, it falls on Creed's shoulders. When he missed his quality assurance check, he finds out who was missing from the office, and points the blame onto them instead.

In summary, and again, Creed in the most underrated character on The Office. He is quirky, probably because of previous drug use, but Creed would fall short without this personality trait. Thank you, Creed, for the snarky comments, and for your quality assurance.

For one last Creed moment, check out his awesome remix on The Office theme song below!

Creed Bratton The Office Theme Song Remix

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