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'''''[[Wikipedia:Office Space|Office Space]]''' ''is a 1999 comedy film starring [[Wikipedia:Ron Livingston|Ron Livingston]] and [[Wikipedia:Jennifer Aniston|Jennifer Aniston]]. Livingston stars as Peter Gibbons, a disgruntled computer programmer rebelling against his boss Bill Lumbergh (played by [[Wikipedia:Gary Cole|Gary Cole]]) and the corporation for which he works. This oft-quoted movie has been parodied a few times in the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] body of work.
'''''[[Wikipedia:Office Space|Office Space]]''' ''is a 1999 comedy film starring [[Wikipedia:Ron Livingston|Ron Livingston]] and [[Wikipedia:Jennifer Aniston|Jennifer Aniston]]. Livingston stars as Peter Gibbons, a disgruntled computer programmer rebelling against his boss Bill Lumbergh (played by [[Wikipedia:Gary Cole|Gary Cole]]) and the corporation for which he works. This oft-quoted movie has been parodied a few times in the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] body of work.

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Yeeeah, That'd be great!

Office Space is a 1999 comedy film starring Ron Livingston and Jennifer Aniston. Livingston stars as Peter Gibbons, a disgruntled computer programmer rebelling against his boss Bill Lumbergh (played by Gary Cole) and the corporation for which he works. This oft-quoted movie has been parodied a few times in the Homestar Runner body of work.

Appearances

  • Hairstyle Runner — One of the captions in the Gallery reads, "that guy from office space", referring to Diedrich Bader's character Lawrence.
  • Fan Stuff — One of the fan submissions includes another Hairstyle Runner (complete with Homestar's body) featuring a Lawrence-style hairdo. The caption quotes Lawrence: "Hey Peter man check out channel 9, check out this chick!"
  • The InterviewHomestar Runner uses Lumbergh's "Yeah, that'd be great" line.
  • Email lady fan — Strong Bad uses Lumbergh's "I'm gonna go ahead and ask you to..." line.
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