It has been five long years since The Office ended its run on NBC, depriving the TV-watching world of seeing more of the hilarious, relatable adventures of Jim, Pam, Dwight, and—most of all—Creed. However, thanks to auction site Screenbid, you might soon be able to start staging your own new episodes of The Office, assuming you can afford to pay $700 for a lamp. The site is hosting a huge auction of stuff from The Office, ranging from famous keyboards and famous desk chairs to cool Dunder Mifflin stuff that Jim and Pam might have really looked at once or twice.
As we normally do with this sort of thing, let’s pick out some weird highlights: You can get Creed’s stapler for $125, Creed’s computer monitor for $125 (is that cheaper than a new monitor?), Creed’s box of paper for $100, the mug from when Creed was briefly the boss for $300, Creed’s framed ‘60s certificate for $250, and—to complete the collection—Creed’s actual freakin’ desk for only $125. If you’re not into Creed stuff for some reason (you heathen), you can also get the actual Dunder Mifflin reception desk, a door, Michael’s neon St. Pauli Girl sign
Oh sure, it’ll be extremely expensive to recreate the entire set of The Office, but we’re not here to tell you what to do with your money.