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The Office Side Character That Fans Love To See On Screen

"The Office" had an impressive amount of cast members, and most of the employees at Dunder Mifflin had their time to shine on screen more than once. While Jim Halpert (John Krasinski), Pam Beesley (Jenna Fischer), Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson), and Michael Scott (Steve Carell) could be considered the main characters of the show, the supporting stars were just as big. "The Office" would be nothing without these actors and their characters, including Stanley Hudson (Leslie David Baker), Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner), and Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling).

There were other characters on the series who could be described as very minor, but they were just as loved by fans. Some of these characters who only showed up a few times a season — sometimes even less — include security guard Hank (Hugh Dane), Dwight's cousin Mose (Michael Schur), and warehouse worker Hidetoshi (Hidetoshi Imura). Several warehouse workers alongside Hidetoshi often left their mark with "The Office" viewers — one, in particular, has always received positive attention from fans.

Glenn the warehouse worker is a fan-favorite

The fan-favorite character from "The Office" in question first appeared in Season 3. Glenn (Calvin Tenner), the warehouse worker, debuted in Episode 4 ("Grief Counseling") and only briefly appeared after Dwight called him to clean up the burnt remains and makeshift casket of the dead bird the employees had just honored. He had brief appearances in Seasons 4,5, 6, and 7, but his character developed more in "The Office's" final two seasons.

A popular Reddit thread honors Glenn, specifically focusing on one of his greatest moments in Season 9, Episode 12 ("Customer Loyalty"). Jim had set up a prank for Dwight years prior, but Dwight never discovered it until later. Dwight goes on a scavenger hunt in the office to find the Holy Grail, which ends in the warehouse. Along with the rest of the staff, Dwight rips the warehouse apart, but they can't find the grail. The camera then pans to Glenn sitting in the office dunking a donut into a gold goblet full of coffee. He stares straight into the camera and then goes about his business, chomping away. He might not have gotten the screen time he deserved, but loyal "Office" fans will always remember Glenn for the comedic moments he delivered over the years.