Die-hard “The Office” fans have cycled through the binge-worthy series enough to know the equally vital and disastrous role of alcohol in Dunder Mifflin Scranton’s holiday parties. But it’s unlikely that they’ve seen them all back-to-back, outdoors, in the dead of August.
It was supposed to be a Christmas-in-July thing, but last month’s record-setting rains had other plans, so tonight is your chance. This event, the third of five outdoor summertime screenings put on by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore at Center Plaza, features four holiday episodes of the old NBC show back-to-back on the big screen.
Watch Michael get flashed. Then, see him find a replacement girlfriend at Benihana. Enjoy a lopsided snowball fight between Jim and Dwight. Observe Phyllis fulfilling her dream as Santa. And be sure to bring a blanket or lawn chairs and some food for a late-night picnic.
8-11 p.m., Center Plaza, 120 W. Fayette St., website.
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