But Dwight brings a lot of it on himself, an early episode makes it clear that he annoys the office with his behavior. He is distracted long enough for Jim to close the door on him. When Deangelo is injured and forced to leave, it's replaced in turn with a shogun statue for Dwight, a fan in the shape of a cartoonish sumo wrestler for Creed and a statue of a sailor for Andy. Assuming Jim found out first thing Monday morning, he then penned an impressively thick book, "How To Throw a Garden Party," had multiple copies professionally produced, and put them up for sale on Amazon, all on the off-chance that Dwight, the party's host, will search online for help, find and buy the book, and make a fool of himself. Usually in-universe with Michael's regards to Toby. Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration. Karen in the Stamford office in Season 3.