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The Office Pays Tribute To A Departed Fan

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The producers of NBC’s hit comedy The Office did an incredible thing last Thursday that I can’t remember ever taking place on television. At the end of the show, they paid tribute to a young fan that died March 14th.

15-year-old Nathan Robinson loved The Office so much that he even took a crack at playing the title theme song on his piano — and recording it for Youtube. From the article,

“On Thursday night, Robinson’s favorite TV show paid on-air tribute to the Massachusetts high-school student who died March 14 of flu-related complications. The in memoriam dedication appeared during the end credits of the NBC comedy’s 9 p.m. episode. It was accompanied by grainy home video of Robinson playing the show’s theme on the piano.”

A classy move by The Office to pay tribute in such a beautiful way. Check out Nathan’s video below.

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