We were catching up on a couple of episodes of The Office, and lo and behold, there's a grammar discussion in "Money," aired on October 18.
In this episode, Ryan uses the word "whomever," and Michael laughs and says, "Whomever is actually never right."
In a hilarious, 1-minute, 42-second scene, the entire office staff debates the legitimacy of "whomever." Well, maybe it's only hilarious for grammar geeks like me.
Here's the link as long as it lasts:
Since, I'm a week and half late watching the episode, other people have brilliantly dissected the script and the comedic genius. Check them out here and here. The Literal-Minded link gives a nice transcript of the scene for those of you who need words (or in case of the video link disappearing).