Dwight and Jim fight with the Syracuse over a client after Robert shuts down the Binghamton branch, and Andy sees an opportunity for revenge. Meanwhile Robert tries to figure out the contents of a drunken voicemail to Nellie.

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Dwight and Jim fight with the Syracuse over a client after Robert shuts down the Binghamton branch, and Andy sees an opportunity for revenge. Meanwhile Robert tries to figure out the contents of a drunken voicemail to Nellie.

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Andy's password to his wireless is "eatpraylove". See more »

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Andy admitted in an earlier episode that if he sees someone vomit he too will vomit, as proven when Pam was experiencing morning sickness. In this episode Robert pukes rather loudly and Andy doesn't react. See more »

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Harry Jannerone: No, no, no, kid! Stay there, do your dishes! Go ahead!
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A couple of laughs and a glimmer of hope
6 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

*** Slight bit of SPOILER hints about story arcs****** If you're reading this in the spring of 2012, then you must be a fan, and you know what an up and down struggle this season has been. I think most fans will agree that this episode wasn't too bad, and suddenly at the end it gives a glimmer of hope that they might actually find some solid footing for this series to continue on. I found most of this episode amusing and actually laughed out loud once or twice. There is a funny chase scene with Dwight and Jim versus a salesman from a different office, and Pam and Nellie have a bit of bonding. What this episode did most, though, was to bring us back to a realistic basis for the show. For me, the humor of this season didn't hold up too well, because we had moved the Office into a goofball alternative universe, Robert California style. But in the closing moments of this episode, when we lose all sympathy for Robert, they suddenly open the door to a much more plausible future. During this season this series has repeatedly tried to jump the shark; suddenly, against all odds, they look like they might rally and bring it back. At least for a couple of decent seasons. I hope so. Let's see.


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