OK, how about my favorite sequence from The Office this season (From "Money")?
Ryan: "What I really want is for you to be able to do this, so you can communicate it to your staff, your clients, whomever."
Michael: "mm, ok."
Michael: "It's `whoever', not `whomever.' "
Ryan: "No, it's `whomever.' "
Michael: "No, `whomever' is never actually right."
Jim: "Well, sometimes it's right."
Creed: "Michael is right. It's a made up word used to trick students."
Andy: "Actually, `whomever' is the formal use of the word."
Oscar: "Obviously it's a real word, I just don't know when to use it."
Michael: "Not a native speaker."
Kevin: "I know what's right, but I'm not going to say. Because you're all jersk who didn't come to hear my band last night."
Ryan: "Do you really know which one is correct?"
Kevin: "I don't know."
Pam: "It's whom when it's the object of the sentence, and who when it's the subject."
Phyllis: "That sounds right."
Michael: "Well that sounds right, but is it?"
Stanley: "How did Ryan use it, as an object?"
Ryan: "As an object."
Kelly: "Ryan used me as an object."
Pam: "How did Ryan use it again?"
Toby: "It was, Ryan wanted Michael, the subject, to explain the computer system, the object. To whomever, meaning us, the indirect object. Which is the correct usage of the word."
Michael: "No one asked you anything ever, so whomever's name is Toby, why don't you stick a letter opener in your skull."
And since we're on the subject, more wpop placement (from "Local Ad"). Turns out Andy likes WPOP (Cola). But really, Mountain W is where it's at!