Parents Guide for
"The Office" Angry Andy (2012)

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Sex & Nudity

The entire episode revolves around the premise of Andy's impotence and failure to perform sexually for Erin.

There's much discussion about erections, including Dwight creating comparisons to his.

There is a scene where the staff have a meeting regarding impotence and the coworkers discuss sex and impotence.

Near the end, Andy implies that he's finally erect to perform for Erin.

Two characters make out, but the scene cuts away.

Even compared to any episode with Todd Packer, this has a higher amount of uncomfortable and unrealistic dialogue in the office setting. It earned its TV-14 rating (U.S.), and most of the jokes are not funny compared to most "Office" episodes.

Violence & Gore

Andy punches a whole in the drywall in anger.

Profanity

Mild profanity. Additionally, there are many anatomical terms in regards to the penis.

None.

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