We have Searched Long and Hard to Find the VERY Best of The Office Funko Pops Available!
Our list of funny The Office Funko Pops represent the best scenes of the Dunder Mifflin mocumentary. The cult like popularity of the series is in large part due to the very unique style of comedy and antics of Scranton paper supplier employees. The office ran for 9 seasons from 2005 to it’s regrettable end in 2012.
The Office series changed the real life culture of the coal town in Scranton, PA. Notable locations in Scranton display a Dunder Mifflin banner to this day, such as; Steamtown Mall, Penn Paper Building, and Scranton City Hall.
The Office still has a HUGE following, so much so, that NBC is going to reclaim the series from Netflix in 2021. There is even scuttlebutt of a reboot. I have to admit that since it’s finale in 2012, The Office is still my favorite sitcom, probably of all time.
In order to pay homage to our favorite show we decided to compose a list of the funniest The Office Funko Pops available to date to remember the good ole days. We will even throw in a relevant episode clip when it is available. Enjoy! Don’t forget to check out our post on the Clue Board Game: The Office Edition to solve Toby Flenderson’s murder.
Here is our list of the funniest The Office Funko Pops
(Only true The Office fans can appreciate)
1. The Office Funko Pop – Facebook Jim
Jim Halpert is probably known as much for his simplistic original Halloween costumes as he is for his office antics. The Facebook Jim Office Funko Pop is inspired by the clip Haunted Warehouse where Darrel is frustrated that he asked for a list of characters for his tour and keeps getting the names wrong. Among his errors, likely due to lack of interest, Darrel identifies Jim’s character as Book Face.
Check out the clip:
2. The Office Funko Pop – Michael Scott As Classy Santa
Upon news that Toby Flenderson will be taking a leave of absence to serve as juror on the Scranton Strangler case, Michael learns that his newest and final soulmate Holly Flax will be returning to the Scranton office. Michael voluntells Pam Halpert to plan a classier Christmas party. After all the preparation and, more importantly, Michael’s anticipation, Holly returns still in a relationship with AJ from the Nashua Branch.
We couldn’t find the exact clip but here are some deleted scenes from Season 7 Episode 11
3. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight Holding Dwight Bobblehead
It’s Valentine’s Day at Dunder Mifflin, some are more concerned than others over satisfying their sweetheart. As Dwight perils over what to get Angela, she has found the perfect gift for him. The only thing that could satisfy the superiority of Dwight Scrute would be none other than the Dwight Schrute Bobblehead.
The Office Funko Pop of Dwight Schrute depicts his excitement in receiving himself from his secret courtee. The entire clip of the episode can be seen here:
4. The Office Funko Pop – Kevin Malone With Chili
In likely the most pitiful moment of all 9 Seasons, Kevin Malone makes an annual monster pot of Kevin’s Famous Chilli, where Kevin is up the night before pressing garlic and dicing whole tomatoes. It is a generational Malone recipe. The only problem is the elevator is out forcing Kevin to lumber up the dual flight of stairs to the office. Upon arrival, Kevin is labored and sucking oxygen to maintain control. And then…
5. The Office Funko Pop – Jim Halpert As GoldenFace
Threat Level Midnight, Michael Scott’s screenplay discovered in the second season, is fulfilled in private viewing at the office. Ten years of ten years of writing, shooting, re-shooting and editing, the film includes Jim Halpert as the villain who plans to blow up the NHL All-Star Game.
Check Out The Full Episode Here:
6. The Office Funko Pop – Toby Vs Michael
AH! The epic struggle between Michael the bad boy and the corporate puppet Toby Flenderson is a theme that is constant through out the series. Upon Toby’s announcement to leave, Michael decides to do Toby’s exit interview to exact some revenge. This two piece Funko Pop version of their struggle depicts the going away gift Michael bestows, a rock with a post it note that states “Suck On This!”
Here is a compilation of Michael’s struggles including the going away present:
7. The Office Funko Pop – Andy Bernard With Banjo
No one can question Andy Bernard’s ability to tickle the strings on a banjo. Andy’s meltdown over criticism of his online musical display and his version of Foggy Mountain breakdown were memorable moments. Andy even tried to woo Pam Beesly with his musical adroitness. But, likely the most memorable of all is when Andy and Dwight try to entice the attraction of Erin Hannon with competing versions of the John Denver song “Take Me Home Country Road”
8. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight Schrute as Hay King
Child entertainment to the Schrute family was like living in the 1700s. Dwight always has a way of pulling the outdated traditions of Schrute farm into the modern era, regardless of consequences and without shame.
Dwight decides to bring Hay Place to reality in the Dunder Mifflin parking lot where the kids can enjoy a hay ride in the Dunder Mifflin box truck and compete for Hay King. But, don’t get your hopes up kids. Dwights superiority complex demands he declare himself as the Hay King. Don’t forget! “The petting zoo closes at 2 and the goat roast is at 3.”
9. The Office Funko Pop – Prison Mike
Struck by jealousy of the attention that Martin Nash is getting for serving time on a white collar charge. Michael Scott decides to scare his employees straight to show them prison isn’t all it is cracked up to be. Enter Prison Mike. A man with an exhaustive record of stealing, robbing, and kidnapping the president’s son.
He has tons of intel on prison life. Half from serving and half from researching the internet. He describes the horrors of prison life by explaining that you can only eat gruel sandwiches & omelets and your own hair. But the worst thing about his prison experience was the Dementors flying all over the place that come down and suck the soul out of you!
10. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight Schrute CPR Mask
Arguably one of the funniest scenes throughout the series is the CPR class. I will never again be able to do CPR or the class without thinking of the Bee Gees song Staying Alive. Most notably the line “Nama Nama Nama Nama Nama Stayin Alive Stayin Alive!”
The training really kicks in when the patient dies and Dwight takes over. It’s time to harvest the organs. Armed with nothing more than a hunters knife, Dwight makes a very over the top incision and afterwards pays homage to the psycho thriller Silence of the Lambs by cutting off the dummies face.
11. The Office Funko Pop – Michael As Survivor Man
Ryan Howard invites the branch managers of Dunder Mifflin and Toby Flenderson on a corporate wilderness retreat. Toby returns to the office to brag about the trip when Michael learns he was not invited. As usual, Michael has to overcompensate for his insecurities and prove to all he is capable of survival deep into the Pennsylvania wilderness.
Armed with a video camera, hunting knife, duck tape and his two piece suit, Michael sets out on his adventure. After fashioning a shelter, Michael searches out his first meal which turns out to be poisonous mushrooms.
12. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight With Gelatin Stapler
One of the earliest of many pranks that Jim Halpert played on Dwight Schrute was the now classic stapler in Jello. As Michael is introducing the new temp, Ryan Howard, to the old heads, Dwight discovers his stapler has been molded inside a plate of jello. Dwight’s frustration peaks and he demands disciplinary action against Jim.
Michael goes into conflict resolution mode which quickly drops off into a search for puns between punishment and jello related foods.
13. The Office Funko Pop – Florida Stanley
“Life is short. Drive Fast and Leave a Sexy Corpse” This is the motto of Florida Stanley. When picked for the Special Project Team for Florida, a new Stanley emerges. Stanley jumps at the chance to be without his family during the trip to Florida.
While in Florida, Stanley rents a hot red convertible and hits the town flirting with other women. Stanley tries to mentor Jim in the art and introduces him to drinking on the job. In the end, Florida Stanley proves to be too much for Jim to keep up with, but leaves him impressed. Here is a clip of Florida Stanley from the video “12 Most Stanley Stanleys”
14. The Office Funko Pop – Casual Friday Merideth
Meredith Palmer is probably the hottest mess on The Office series. She is an alcoholic and has a proclivity for loose mating habits with a subtle interest for Jim Halpert at times. Toby Flenderson’s Casual Fridays are challenged when Meredith comes to work scantily clad in an outfit that would cover less than a bath towel.
Toby attempts to confront Meredith because her outfit is revealing natures secrets to other employees. When she adjusts her outfit to cover, she reveals what is left to the imagination to be her breast. This Funko Pop even includes the blur screen to keep it PG-13.
15. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight As An Elf
It’s Secret Santa time and Dwight is the Elf in charge. After laying out the party rules, Dwight begins to receive pieces of what he believes to be a gun that when completely assembled has extra parts. Stanley points out the obvious that Dwight is zealously overthinking it.
This Dwight Elf Funko Pop portrays Dwight and his “gun” and his extra parts that turn out to be a nut cracker.
16. The Office Funko Pop – Jim as Dave
Always looking to be outdone by his other co workers, Jim opts for simplicity when it comes to Halloween costumes. From a Three Hole Punch version of Jim to “Dave” just an office worker with a name tag.
There is never a day without reason for a party and Halloween is one The Office goes all out for. The Dave costume receives little attention in the episode, so we found the Top 15 Halloween Costumes where the Jim displays his Dave name tag briefly.
17. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight as Belsnickel
At the behest of Jim Halpert, Belsnickel is nigh on this traditional Schrute Pennsylvania Christmas. Belnsickel is basically the authoritative dictator equivalent to Santa Claus. Cracking his whip and whipping others with his wad of wattlings, Belsnickel determines who in the office was naughty or nice.
As Jim announces his departure to go to his sports marketing job, Belsnickel rewards him with several wacks of his bundle of switches. Of course, Meredith asks Belsnickel to turn his disciplinary measure into an erotic act.
18. The Office Funko Pop – Date Mike
It’s Happy Hour on The Office where office employees and the warehouse workers meet up for some drinks and entertainment. Pam and Jims friend Julie, who they invited, starts to take a liking to Michael. Michael makes the usual leap off the cliff thinking Pam and Jim invited her to set Julie and Mike up.
Michael unleashes “Date Mike” an obnoxious, over-the-top character inspired by winners and losers of reality TV dating shows. Predictably, he causes a scene and is almost thrown out and the courting comes to an abrupt end.
19. The Office Funko Pop – Dwight as Recyclops
Corporate mandated that The Office regional managers start a recycling program. Dwight decides to offer the services of Recyclops the progressively combative environmental mascot.
Starting with some very practical recycling ideas and surviving an assassination attempt by Poluticorn, Recyclops devolves into a revengeful warrior hell bent on destroying the planet he once so loved with aerosol cans and litter.
20. The Office Funko Pop – Stanley On Pretzel Day
It’s Pretzel Day at Dunder Mifflin Scranton, there are few things that get Stanley’s attention and this is one of them. Stanley is often the uninterested, leave him alone and let him do his work, it has to be five o’clock somewhere kind of employee.
He wakes up every morning in a bed that’s too small, drives his daughter to a school that’s too expensive, and then goes to work to a job for which he gets paid too little, but on Pretzel Day? Well, Stanley likes Pretzel Day!
21. The Office Funko Pop – Jim As Dwight
Jim Halpert walks into the office in Dwight’s infamous mustard colored shirt and tie, complete with the calculator watch, beeper, and wired framed glasses.
Oscar Wilde, the Irish playwright, famously said “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…”, Dwight seems to agree at first. After a philosophical discussion on bears Dwight realizes what Jim is doing, then accuses him by yelling “Identity Theft is not a joke Jim!” We still don’t know the 2 schools of thought on the best kind of bear, thanks JIM!
As we find more funny Funko Pop Vinyl figures that depict the greatest moments of The Office we will add them here. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back on occasion. Hopefully, if you weren’t a huge office fan, you know someone who is and have some great unique gift ideas when the time comes. Maybe you have recently become a fan, if so, welcome to the cult classic following.