Spinoffs Considered For Characters From TV’s “The Office”
Stories of your favorite characters from The Office continuing before and after the TV show’s timeline.
Dwight, Drug Lord
Dwight and Mose turn their beet farm into a marijuana farm, which starts a turf war with the local Scranton Amish weed cartel. Dwight’s ragtag team of misfit friends, including Rolf, Trevor and his sensei Ira, form a cartel of their own called “The Beet Boys,” and they gradually divide and conquer the fertile farm country of north-eastern Pennsylvania through a combination of Dwight volunteering again as a deputy’s sheriff to obstruct justice and bribe Scranton PD officers to look the other way, Rolf’s acts of anarchist terrorism, and Trevor clumsily kneecapping potential snitches. Meanwhile, Angela’s ex-husband, disgraced former State Senator Robert Lipton, vows he’ll stop at nothing to bring down Dwight’s growing drug empire. When some police officers on Dwight’s payroll refuse to act on Lipton’s incriminating evidence against Rolf, he takes it upon himself to protect Scranton from the Beat Boys vigilante-style, and starts sneakily sabotaging their marijuana fields and distribution supply chains. Convinced Lipton’s actions might be the infamous Rübegänger, a beet monster of Medieval German folklore, expressing its fury at Dwight for forsaking his family’s centuries-long dependence on beets for subsistence and success, Dwight is torn between abandoning his birthright vegetable, and finally getting the power, respect, and money he has long felt he deserves following years of always being “Assistant to the Manager” and never the manager himself. Dwight gradually devolves into madness as he struggles to maintain power, stay always one step ahead of an incorruptible detective, and outmaneuver rival factions of the Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch to become Scranton’s next top weed baron. There’s also a will-they-won’t-they love arc with Angela, who doesn’t approve of Dwight’s cut-throat weed business, but finds herself irresistibly attracted to his power and eager for her son Phillip to grow up with a strong, Christian respect for paternal authority.
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