Hillary Clinton to Play Boss in New Season of 'The Office'

Her website www.HillaryClintonOffice.com provides enough eye-popping teasers but gives away few spoilers. Photo: Oleg Atbashian

WASHINGTON, DC, February 8, 2013 - The wildly popular comedy series “The Office” has just been given an injection of hilarity with Hillary Clinton’s decision to play “World’s Best Boss” in the tenth season of the multi-award-winning show. Producers believe that the previously organic succession of Dunder Mifflin’s incompetent but lovable managers - from Michael Scott to Robert California to Andy Bernard - will be seamlessly completed by the former Secretary of State, who is expected to bring with her plenty of baggage and surprising international connections.

Hillary Clinton, new boss in The Office

Rebranding the show as “Hillary Clinton Office,” the coming new season already has a website, HillaryClintonOffice.com, which provides enough eye-popping teasers to have fans salivating, but gives away few spoilers.

Unhappy with her position as a provincial branch manager, the new boss is going to pull one clever trick after another - including bankruptcy and subsequent government bailout of her paper supply company - in order to move her office out of Joe Biden’s native Scranton, Pennsylvania, into Washington, D.C.

In a slight departure from the original setting, the series moves on to present a hilarious documentary-style look at the humorous, and sometimes poignant, foolishness that plagues the world of government employees in high places.

Although the show’s original writers and producers are all unexpectedly resigning due to recent job offers they couldn’t refuse, everyone is confident that the series will continue to make people laugh with improvisational reprisals of Hillary’s amusing “Reset Button” mishaps, hysterical bimbo eruptions, comically missing real estate records, wacky donations from Norman Hsu (pronounced as “shoe” - that’s comedy gold!), awkwardness of the Arab Spring, the uproarious Benghazi testimony, and many more hilarious misadventures involving falls, concussions, flying lamps, stolen silverware, and cattle futures.

But there’s more. Just as with the recent request to help Hillary come up with a title for her new book, fans are encouraged to send suggestions about the content of the upcoming episodes, as well as which characters they would like to see more of, and who should be fired.

To submit your ideas for the upcoming season of the Hillary Clinton Office comedy show, go to HillaryClintonOffice.com and click on the “Contact” button.

You can also post your ideas at The People’s Cube.


Scene from The Office’s upcoming 10th season, with Hillary Clinton as the new lovable but incompetent manager.


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With a whole lot of humor and an eye to the absurdities of poltics and politicans, Oleg Atbashian brings the news and views from The People's Cube to the Communities and you.

Born and raised in Ukraine, Oleg Atbashian has been a teacher, translator, construction worker, satirical journalist, and at one time a propaganda artist, creating visual agitprop for the local Party committee in Siberia. In 1994, he moved to the US with the hope of living in a country ruled by reason and common sense, and whose citizens were appreciative of constitutional rights and capitalist prosperity. To his dismay, he discovered a nation deeply infected by the leftist disease of "progressivism" that was arresting true societal progress. He started writing satire again, this time in English, publishing a large number of essays, political parodies, and cartoons, in various media in America and around the world.

In 2005 Oleg Atbashian started ThePeoplesCube.com, a forum-based spoof of "progressive" ideology with a loyal conservative/libertarian following, which he runs under the name of "Comrade Red Square, People's Director, Department of Visual Agitation and Unanimity." Rush Limbaugh described it on his show as "a Stalinist version of The Onion." The site contains thousands of hilarious, original satires and graphics by contributors from all parts of the US and the English-speaking world.

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