The Infinite Wisdom Of Creed Bratton, Just In Time For ‘The Office’ Series Finale

By 05.16.13

As Josh has already thoroughly outlined, it’s going to be an undeniably emotional series finale to The Office tonight. So before we collectively dive in this evening I’d like to pay tribute to the one consistently magnificent character on the show: Creed Bratton.

The thing that will hurt most as The Office departs our lives forever is not the later stage mismanagement of a show that could have gone down as a top ten all-time sitcom, it’s the knowledge that I still have so much to learn from Dunder Mifflin’s Quality Assurance Director.

Alas, at least we have many previous pearls of wisdom to forever let marinate inside our brains. Here’s a collection I like to think of this as the next best thing to an active http://www.creedthoughts.gov.www/creedthoughts.

On Having A Plan

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On Not Rushing To Pass Judgment

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On Teaching Lessons

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On Risk Vs Reward

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On Committing To A Role

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On Thinking Outside The Box

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On When To Use A Catchphrase

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On Not Bottling Up Your Feelings

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On The Advantages Of Different Roles Within An Organization

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On Thinking Progressively

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On Loving Your Country

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On Turning The Tables

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On Staying Young At Heart

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On Knowing Your Strengths

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On Identifying Talent

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On Honoring Thy Mother And Thy Father

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On Recognizing An Enemy's Strengths

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On Having Clearly Defined Career Goals

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And Finally, On Good Narration

Seriously, if the series doesn’t wrap up with a batsh*t crazy Creed summation of the day’s events I will be BUMMED.

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