Fact: Episodes of The Office are not leaving Netflix.
Don’t believe us even though we just did our best Dwight Schrute impression for you? Fine. The streaming service also confirmed that the nine seasons of everyone’s favorite show are here to stay — and they used the most epic Michael Scott reference to do it.
And if you don’t believe Netflix, Michael Scott and Wayne Gretzky have also confirmed. Sort of…
Once rumors started to fly that the beloved comedy would be taken off the streaming service, the people behind the Netflix U.S. Twitter account did their best to reply to individual concerns, assuring fans their show was safe.
Finally, the pressure became too extreme and Netflix decided to settle the Office rumors with the most epic tweet of all.
You see, any true fan who specializes in the ins and outs of Dunder Mifflin would realize that the tweet is an iconic rendition of a classic Michael Scott moment.
In season five, when Michael set out to start his own paper company he wrote an “original” quote on the white board in his new office to motivate himself. This quote read: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take” and was attributed in massive letters to one Michael Scott, and in verrrrrrry tiny print, to Wayne Gretzky — the famous hockey player who actually said it.
Netflix eagerly jumped onboard the goofy, inaccurate whiteboard quote bandwagon, changing the writing to read, “The Office is not coming off Netflix.”
And in case you think things couldn’t get any more perfect, the photograph was captioned with another extremely appropriate quote from the charming Scranton boss.
This tweet deserves a Dundie for sure.