Tension and disillusionment begin to emerge as Michael, Pam, and Ryan move the Michael Scott Paper Company into a cramped "workspace" at the business park.
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Ed Helms said he was happy to have the opportunity to play banjo on screen, but did not feel the instrument made much sense for his character. Helms said, "It's so fun and weird, but he's a Connecticut preppy guy. How did he pick up a banjo? It's one of Andy's many mysteries, not all of which I even understand." See more
The new receptionist is also named Kelly. So Kelly Kapoor has decided to hover around my desk so that she can run into Charles' office every time he calls for Kelly. She thinks that if she says "You wanted me" enough, he will, in fact, want her. It's not the worst plan she's ever had.
The opening credit sequence is completely new for this one episode only, featuring material showing the characters at work in Michael Scott Paper Company - obviously with the exception of Jim, who's still at Dunder Mifflin. See more
Take Me Home, Country Roads
Performed by Ed Helms
, Ellie Kemper, and Rainn Wilson
Written by Bill Danoff
, John Denver
, and Taffy Nivert See more