After nine years, 200 episodes, and a pile of Dundies, The Office is airing its series finale tonight. It's an impossible task, really — series finales always come with highly charged expectations. Ross and Rachel better end up together. Vic Mackey better get what's coming to him. And if they don't explain what that damn island is, I'll never love another TV show again as long as I live. To help alleviate some of this pressure, we decided we'd help The Office reach its conclusion by channeling one of the greatest series finales of all time: Six Feet Under. Cue up the Sia, and grab a tissue or two. Here's how everything ends for the beloved (and not-so-beloved) Dunderheads.
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