Believe it or not, it's been more than 15 years since the American adaptation of The Office founds its way into our lives. But thanks to Netflix, the show’s popularity has only continued to grow over the years and attract new generations of fans. If you've got a Dunder Mifflin devotee in your life who can’t get enough of the Scranton crew—even after binge-watching all nine seasons at least five times this year alone—you can bring a piece of the Scranton Business Park right to them this holiday season.

1. The Office Official Party Planning Guide to Planning Parties; $26

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If you've ever dreamed of being part of Dunder Mifflin's Party Planning Committee with Pam, Phyllis, and Angela (be careful what you wish for), now's your chance to learn all of their party-planning tricks and tips. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, beach day, or Christmas, this book offers more than 100 different recipes, pranks, decorations, and crafts to serve up to your guests. And if you want to make sure your party's up to Scranton standards, the book also includes tips for encasing a stapler in Jell-O, cooking up a pot of Kevin's famous chili, and how to bake a Kelly Kapoor-approved birthday cake.

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2. Schrute Farms T-shirts; $23-$29

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Show your support for Schrute Farms Bed & Breakfast—Scranton, Pennsylvania’s other favorite business—with this T. If the plain black design isn't for you (come on, Dwight would love that), opt for the brighter yellow one. And once you've picked a color, throw in a beet-scented Schrute Farms air freshener ($6) to really make the experience a truly immersive one (unfortunately, there's no way to virtually replicate Mose's table-making demonstration).

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3. World's Best Boss Mug; $14

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You don't have to be a good boss—or even be a boss at all—to be the World's Best Boss in your own mind. Project the image of unearned confidence with this replica of Michael Scott's mug.

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4. Kevin's Chili Floating Pen; $10

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The tragic ballet of Kevin slipping and sliding in a mound of his famous chili is one of the standout moments on The Office. And now, you can watch it play out again and again with this floating pen. All you need to do is tilt it and watch that pot o' beef and beans slip right out of Kevin's hands.

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5. Funko Pop! Figurine; $9-$13

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All your favorite Dunder Mifflin employees are available in Funko Pop! form. Besides Pam Beesly, you can also purchase Jim Halpert, Dwight Schrute (with or without his Hannibal Lecter-esque CPR doll mask), Michael Scott, and Kevin Malone—holding his ill-fated pot of chili, no less. (Did we mention that we really enjoy watching Kevin with that pot of chili?)

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6. Magnet Poetry; $25

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Use these magnets to proudly display your favorite quotes from the show, or mix them up and compose your own eloquent thoughts. Nothing is more welcoming than having the familiar refrain "That's what she said ..." emblazoned across your refrigerator.

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7. The Office Comforter; $90

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Wrap yourself up in the best inside jokes from The Office as you binge-watch the show before bedtime. This cozy, full/queen comforter features pictures of Pam’s teapot, Michael’s coffee mug, a Schrute buck, and the bat that bit Meredith. Ahhh—the memories.

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8. Dwight Schrute Throw Blanket; $25

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If you’re looking for a lighter throw blanket, this one is modeled after one of Jim and Pam's more memorable pranks against Dwight.

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9. "That's What She Said" Button; $14

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It's the joke that keeps on giving: Someone says something mildly suggestive, and the obvious response is, "That's what she said." But why waste your own breath sputtering out the most over-used joke of all time when there's a button that will do the talking for you—and in Michael Scott's voice, no less. You'll never have to think long or hard for a comeback with this unique gift at your ready (that's what she said).

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10. Finer Things Club T-shirt; $25-$29

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Elevate your taste in literature and cuisine with this T-shirt that pays homage to Dunder Mifflin’s very own Finer Things Club. If you do manage to find your way into this very exclusive bunch, just remember to actually read Angela’s Ashes before sharing your opinion on it.

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11. Clue: The Office Edition; $49

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In this The Office-themed edition of Clue, you have to find out who killed Toby Flenderson from a list of suspects including Michael, Angela, Jim, Pam, Andy, Dwight, and Stanley. It plays just like classic Clue, except all the locations are located in the Dunder Mifflin building, with game pieces based on jokes from the show.

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12. The Office UNO; $6

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In celebration of The Office's 15th anniversary, Mattel released a Dunder Mifflin-themed version of the classic card game UNO. Fans can play as Dwight, Michael, Jim, or Pam, and there's even something called the "Kevin's Famous Chili rule," which really spices things up.

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13. The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s: An Oral History; $20

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Think you know everything there is to know about The Office? Think again! The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s: An Oral History gathers up all of the series' key players to offer the ultimate look behind-the-scenes of the beloved sitcom.

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14. Michael Scott Paper Company T-shirt; $23

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The Michael Scott Paper Company didn’t have the world's greatest business plan or much of an operating budget in the few days in which it existed, but it still managed to get the best of Dunder Mifflin in the end. Show your support for Michael’s short-lived—and fairly ill-conceived—paper competitor with this shirt.

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15. The Office: The Complete Series; $45

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Just because The Office is one of the most binged TV shows on Netflix doesn't mean it's going to stay there. Prepare for streaming life without the Scranton crew by going old-school and buying up the entire series on DVD ($73) or Blu-ray ($112). Sure, you'll have to change discs as you go, but you'll also get a whole lot of extras—including blooper reels, hours of deleted scenes, and much more.

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16. Replica Dundie Award; $19

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If you've been looking for the perfect opportunity to present your co-worker with the Don't Go in There After Me award, now you can with this replica Dundie statuette. At 8 inches tall, it's worthy of a spot on any mantle.

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