While Michael Scott's departure was the death knell for "The Office," the beloved sitcom jumped the shark a full year before he left Scranton.
Midway through season six, amid financial turmoil, Dunder Mifflin Paper Company is bought out by a Florida-based paper company called Sabre. The twist bulldozed many of the series' supporting characters and storylines in favor of new personalities and a focus on Michael's struggle to adapt to the Sabre corporate atmosphere. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff (Photo: NBC)
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