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The series depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.In this episode, the office throws a Christmas party and plays Secret Santa. The episode received positive reviews from television critics, with many applauding Michael's "Yankee Swap" scene.Sexting among adults is unquestionably protected expression under the First Amendment.For minors, unfortunately, sexting is an entirely different matter. One cannot understate the severity of these penalties when applied to the very minors the law was intended to protect from exploitation.One may have any number of personal objections to sexting, but as long as sexted images are taken voluntarily and shared consenually, it is none of the government’s business.A couple should be able to intimately share naked pictures of each other if they so choose.Take, for example, the scenario where a minor sends a nude picture to his or her partner and the partner later forwards the image to friends and classmates after the couple breaks up.
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Michael Scott (Steve Carell) buys a 0 video i Pod as his gift to Ryan Howard (B. Jim is left feeling uncertain about the fate of his special present for Pam—which is eventually claimed by Dwight—while the staff competes for the i Pod.
Although Pam ends up with the i Pod at the end of the swap, she elects to trade the i Pod for Jim's gift that was meant for her to show her appreciation.
Far too common is the case where jilted former lovers have sent nude pictures of their exes after a bad break-up to classmates, friends, coworkers and relatives.
At that point sexting is neither consensual nor innocuous.
"Christmas Party" was written by Michael Schur, who portrays Mose Schrute in the series. Novak later noted that, compared to Schur's previous episode "The Alliance", the "driving force of the mayhem" in the episode is Michael's desire to make all of his workers "happy", rather than him being "a jerk".