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"The Office" Angry Andy (2012)

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Director:
Writers:
Greg Daniels (developed for american television by)
Justin Spitzer (written by)
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Original Air Date:
19 April 2012 (Season 8, Episode 21)
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Plot:
Andy and Erin return to Dunder Mifflin, only to discover that Nellie has taken his job and office and refuses to give them up. Meanwhile, Ryan becomes jealous after Pam tries to play matchmaker for Kelly. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Claire Scanlon 
 
Writing credits
Greg Daniels (developed for american television by)

Justin Spitzer (written by)

Ricky Gervais (creator) &
Stephen Merchant (creator)

Produced by
Steve Burgess .... producer
Daniel Chun .... co-executive producer
Greg Daniels .... executive producer
Owen Ellickson .... co-producer
Briton W. Erwin .... associate producer (as Brit Erwin)
Brent Forrester .... consulting producer
Ricky Gervais .... executive producer
Charlie Grandy .... co-executive producer
Dan Greaney .... consulting producer
Steve Hely .... supervising producer
Mindy Kaling .... executive producer
Howard Klein .... executive producer
Eric Koljan .... co-producer
Paul Lieberstein .... executive producer
Warren Lieberstein .... co-executive producer
Stephen Merchant .... executive producer
B.J. Novak .... executive producer
David Rogers .... producer
Meg A. Schave .... associate producer (as Meg Schave)
Aaron Shure .... consulting producer
Allison Silverman .... supervising producer
Benjamin Silverman .... executive producer (as Ben Silverman)
Justin Spitzer .... co-executive producer
Halsted Sullivan .... co-executive producer
Teri Weinberg .... co-executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Matt Sohn 
 
Costume Design by
Alysia Raycraft 
 
Makeup Department
Laverne Caracuzzi .... makeup department head
Roxxi Dott .... hair stylist
Kim M. Ferry .... hair department head
Shari Perry .... hair stylist
Kenneth Paul Schoenfeld .... key makeup artist
Dionne Smith .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Meredith Zamsky .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephanie Kinch .... second second assistant director
Sydney Patapoff .... dga trainee (as Sydney Alford)
 
Art Department
Robert Bernard .... graphic designer
Joshua Dobkin .... art department coordinator
Yvonne Garnier-Hackl .... assistant art director
Steven Curtis Husch .... on-set dresser
Philip D. Shea .... property master
Shelley A. Wallace .... set designer
Scott E. Handt .... stand-by carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley artist
Matt Temple .... sound effects editor
Brian Wittle .... sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Copeland .... set lighting technician
Randy Crawford .... lighting technician
Sarah Levy .... camera operator
Michael Piekutowski .... lighting technician
 
Casting Department
Ben Harris .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emily Besa .... costumer
Carolyn Dessert .... costume supervisor
Maeve Guesdon .... key costumer
Kim Shek .... costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Rob Burnett .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Marne Braun .... production staff
Hayley Coyne .... production secretary
Kyle Gibson .... second assistant accountant
Heather Imerman .... production assistant
Brittney Segal .... production staff
David Sigurani .... office production assistant
Ava Tramer .... writers assistant
 

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Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): After Nellie docked Andy's pay, Erin and Andy cut to a talking-head segment. Erin begins singing Andy a song from when she was an orphan. One of the first lines is, "The state of Pennsylvania is watching over you." As any Pennsylvanian knows, this is incorrect. Pennsylvania's full title is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, not the state of Pennsylvania.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Iron Lady (2011)See more »
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For Me (And Myself Alone)See more »

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13 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
The Last Nail in the Coffin, 20 April 2012
Author: John Johnson from Lincoln, Nebraska

**** A Slight Amount of SPOILERS****** I hate to say this about a show that has brought me so much for so many years, but this episode was the worst I'd ever seen, a real disaster, and as we've been watching this patient sputter on life support, I think this episode will be the one that finished it off. This is the Jumping the Shark episode. The humor in this show has always relied upon exposing uncomfortable situations and joking about it, but there has always been a realistic tone to the situation. I don't want to go into it, but this episode revolved around Nellie humiliating Andy, culminating in a conference room meeting to talk about his sexual impotence with Erin. The writers, the directors and producers, and perhaps even the actors themselves, have lost all discipline. Utterly slack, sadly out of focus. For the first time ever I was embarrassed for the show as a whole. Really uncomfortable. I will miss this show. I've seen every episode. And I'll probably keep watching until they lay it in the ground.

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