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You Can Now Get A US Office Cards Against Humanity Expansion Pack

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Whilst many fans are still longing for that illusive US Office reunion, a Cards Against Humanity expansion pack will have to suffice for the time being.

Over the show’s eight-year run, a random array of wonderful actors featured, John Krasinski, Rainn Wilson, Mindy Kaling, Kathy Bates, Ed Helms, and Catherine Tate all played their part. Now you can put your knowledge of The Office to the test with Cards Against Humanity.

A custom Etsy store has lovingly made its own The Office expansion pack. The digital version is priced at £14.93, but we’d suggest stumping for the printed and boxed version at £25.69. With 36 Black Cards and 144 White Cards, so a pretty hefty addition to your collection.

Packed full of memes, memorable quotes, and a general trip down the memory lane of Dunder Mifflin, it’s a must-have for fans of the quirky comedy.


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The Office is a staple of Netflix America and you probably know someone who can quote it word for word. From Michael grilling his foot on a George Foreman to the Dwight Schrute bobblehead, bird funerals to so many Stanley one-liners, expect to find all of this and more in the expansion pack.

Cards Against Humanity is fun for a while, but when you’ve played the same joke “your mum” joke for the hundredth time, the original pack can get a little boring.

There have been plenty of official Cards Against Humanity expansions since the game first arrived in 2011, but they pale in comparison to playing your best White Card based on The Office.

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With Carell still turning down the idea of a revival series, it looks like we’re left with “Cards Against The Office” for now.

Admittedly, this would’ve come in handy for Christmas, but you can always buy now and save for someone’s stocking later this year. Also, with the US version officially able to buy, someone should cash in on a David Brent expansion.

Steve Carell is set to appear in a new Netflix comedy series based on Donald Trumps ‘Space Force’ an idea he suggested as a sixth branch of the military.

“The goal of the new branch is to ‘defend satellites from attack’ and ‘perform other space-related tasks’…or something. This is the story of the men and women who have to figure it out.”

Space Force marks Carell’s first real long-term commitment since stepping away from the US Office in season seven, which remains one of Netflix’s most-watched acquired series.

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