"The alternative - failing to listen, not taking heed of it, not engaging the dialogue - is far worse than the headaches that may come from hearing so many different viewpoints," Scott said.
"Right now, we're still talking about a lot of scenarios. We're trying to get a sense of what the office is like without Steve. We want to be real: What would this office really do (if Michael Scott left)? We want to pursue this as honestly as Dunder Mifflin would," he said.
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