* Heinrich Manheim ([[Tom Bower]]) is the Schrute siblings’ manipulative, avaricious, malevolent, unhinged and very likely Nazi war criminal great uncle, who was to be a major character in Dwight's spin-off "[[The Farm (The Office)|]]".ref His part was cut from the NBC broadcast of the episode, but he appears in a deleted scene, threatening to kill Dwight unless he relinquishes his inheritance to him, which Dwight fails to take seriously.ref
*Henry ([[Allan Havey]]) is a somewhat stoic neighboring [[Brussels sprout]] farmer, who appears in "[[The Farm (The Office)|]]", briefly pulling up in his truck to pay his respects at Shirley's funeral. He reappears in [[Promos|the subsequent episode]], in which he tries to rope Dwight into co-leasing a [[tractor]] with him.
*Esther ([[Nora Kirkpatrick]]) is one of Henry's five daughters, who appears in "[[The Farm (The Office)|]]". She and Dwight are shown flirting at Shirley's funeral, and later in the episode, when everyone is outside on the porch, playing [[The Decemberists]]' , Dwight drops a pair of crows' beaks at the feet of Esther - signaling his desire to court her. Following tradition, Esther reciprocates by crushing the beaks with her boot. She reappears in "[[Promos]]", visiting Dwight at the office with her sisters and father, the latter of him tries to get Dwight to co-lease a tractor with him. However, she later explains to him that her father really is trying to take advantage of him, and suggests a better deal he should make, affirming that her feelings for him are genuine and that she was not using him, as Clark had believed and warned the fellow Salesman about.