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Andy's Play 

Andy invites the entire office to watch him in the community theater production of "Sweeney Todd," but Erin decides to babysit for Jim and Pam instead, and Michael is upset because he auditioned for the lead and didn't get it.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Michael Scott
... Dwight Schrute
... Jim Halpert
... Pam Beesly
... Ryan Howard
... Andy Bernard
... Stanley Hudson
... Kevin Malone
... Creed Bratton
... Meredith Palmer
... Kelly Kapoor
... Erin Hannon
... Angela Martin
... Oscar Martinez (as Oscar Nunez)
... Darryl Philbin
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Andy invites the entire office to his community theater production of Sweeney Todd in hopes that Erin will attend. Michael tries to put his jealousy aside and enjoy the performance while Jim and Pam struggle with their incompetent babysitter. Written by NBC Publicity

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7 October 2010 (USA)  »

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When the play starts, Darryl tells Michael to be quiet during the Overture. Sweeney Todd doesn't have an Overture. See more »

Quotes

Andy Bernard: My parents used to scramble to find babysitters, so they could take my little brother to do stuff.
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References Up (2009) See more »

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By The Sea
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Written by Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Heather Marie Marsden
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when they come back later..
21 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

The Office

Andy's Play

Angel and Dwight's love story cannot and shouldn't be justified for whatsoever reason; I'd be disappointed on the writers and as much as the episode is concerned the better up the ante because this is not a symptom of a good TV series.


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