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Andy is upset at having to share his office with new employee Byron. He also doesn't like the fact that Keith has slept with the Wendy, the new secretary, on whom Andy has a huge crush.

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Irene Molloy ...
Wendy McKay
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Byron Togler
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Keith
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Jonathan Tipton Meyers ...
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Jordan Moseley ...
Little Girl
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Andy is upset at having to share his office with new employee Byron. He also doesn't like the fact that Keith has slept with the Wendy, the new secretary, on whom Andy has a huge crush.

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In the pilot episode, when Jessica is talking to Arnich in his office, she is wearing a completely different outfit than she wears as she walks down the stairs with Andy minutes later. See more »

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Andy Richter: [narrating] Alright, lets do some housekeeping. I live in Chicago, I work for the fifth largest company in America, Pickering Industries. We make everything from nightlights to nuclear missiles.
[steps out of the elevator]
Andy Richter: Oh look, here's the dead guy who founded it over a hundred years ago.
Andy Richter: Hello, Mr. Pickering.
Mr. Pickering: The problem with America, is the negro and the jew.
Andy Richter: You're just a huge racist bastard, aren't ya?
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At Last
Written by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
Performed by Etta James
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