During the nine-year season of The Office the popular television series featured dozens of episodes that fans continue to watch today. From "Casino Night" to "Diversity Day" to "The Dinner Party" – the NBC comedy gave us some of the funniest moments of television. One of the best of them happened in Season Five's "Relief Relief" episode, where Office Manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell) arranges CPR training for his staff that goes terribly wrong.
Although the session ends with Stanley With Palpitations, there is also an unforgettable rendition of Bee Gees' "Stayin & # 39; Alive" and the Dwight Schrute Hannibal-Lecter-like dissection of a CPR dummy.
With all the comedy chaos it seems to be so It is impossible to pay attention to the actual CPR lesson. But a dedicated fan of the series watched closely enough to use what he had learned from the Scranton team to save a woman's life.
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Cross Scott, a 21-year-old car mechanic from Tuscon, Arizona, discovered a woman in her car who had fainted and sank over the wheel, her lips turning blue. He tore open a back window, opened her door, and had to find a way to save her. Scott had no first aid training before, so he had to think fast. "I have never prepared for the revival in my life," he told the Arizona Daily Star (19459004). "I had no idea what I was doing."
But then he remembered the CPR scene in "Stress Relief." Such a horrible example as the scene in how to save the life of a person who used an exact aspect of it "Stayin & # 39; Alive" as the correct pace for chest compressions.
When Scott began the compression, he sang the song aloud and said everything he was thinking about was Michael Scott's face when he sang the classic Bee Gees hit. After about a minute, the woman gained consciousness and took a breath. She was taken to a nearby hospital, but checked out before Scott could meet her later in the day. 19659002] The Tucson Fire Department told Scott that he could have figured out the situation if he had not acted differently for the woman.
In true Michael Scott style The Office could not pass the opportunity to promote their good deed without comment.
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The next time someone tells you to quit The Office Netflix, just let them know that you are training for the inevitable scenario in which you must save a person's life.