A herpes scare causes Michael to get back in touch with his ex-girlfriends, where he decides to reevaluate those relationships. Meanwhile, Andy tries to teach safe sex to his officemates, but he has a clear ulterior motive.

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Michael, believing he has herpes, contacts all his ex-girlfriends, including Jan and Holly. Andy tries to play on Erin's compassionate side by holding a sex education meeting for the office. Written by NBC Publicity

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All of Michael's past girlfriends were in this episode or voice was in it. See more »

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When Michael Scott is talking with Carole Stills, she says that Michael proposed to her on their 4th date. This was referring to Diwali (#3.6}. However, right after the proposal, Carol states that it was their 9th date, not 4th. See more »

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Andy Bernard: Excuse me, everyone, can I have your attention, please?
Stanley Hudson: Not again.
Andy Bernard: What do you mean "again"?
Stanley Hudson: You're always asking for our attention.
Andy Bernard: Well, maybe like a year ago.
Stanley Hudson: Mmm. Seems recent.
Andy Bernard: No, that's...
Oscar Martinez: Andy, the reason it seems more recent is because many of us here have never stood up and asked for everyone's attention, and it seems like you've done it on several occasions.
Andy Bernard: Everyone, I've noticed that we've not been entirely kind to one of our own, due to stigmas and prejudices.
Phyllis Vance: Oh! When you got your...
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Written by Lou Gramm and Mick Jones
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Offensive episode
14 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was completely offensive, insensitive and unfunny. The cast, crew and most importantly NBC should be ashamed for airing such garbage. They've lost a loyal fan. Shame on all of YOU!!!! Fortunately I tuned out within the first 10 minutes but from conversations I've had with others who watched it, the last scene was extremely offensive to gay people, possibly gay men. Too bad NBC doesn't appreciate their gay audience. I used to be a big office fan but the series gone so far downhill this episode just sealed the deal for me. I will no longer watch this show. I think its ridiculous I have to type 10 lines for this to get posted so I will just continue to type. Not sure what else to say as I think I've said it all.


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