Andy Bernard, WMFL. Hysterical - "You will thank me when they spank thee". I was dying for Andy to press Angela on the voice he heard on the phone, or to at least remember that the next morning, but I guess it will all come to a head at the Shrute Farms Wedding. He was great, trying to set Oscar up. Did Michael get flat rejected by Concierge Marie, or was it just a booty call? I know he was pissed at David Wallace for sending Holly away, but did I miss what triggered the outburst on the phone?
I think he was just frustrated at the whole Holly-going-away-thing and used the phone call to just vent. He hung up on David Wallace! What balls! We've sloooowly seen Michael Scott grow a pair.
I laughed hard at Andy's horrific realization that the phone call to Angela was not a dream. To quote George Constanza: 'She's like 5'2, ninety pounds and I'm scared to death of her.' Except Angela is probably more like 5'0.
I believe it was a booty call, which explains his conversation with the vendor. I don't remember the exact words, but he said something to the customer to the effect of "We'll treat you like a person", and then started tearing up. I took it as him reminicising about how the night before went.
Great show. I love how Michael compared a concierge to a geisha. I was wondering if whether or not he got rejected or scored with Marie. I am guessing he scored and regretted it during the meeting.
The ending with Pam coming back was really cool too. I was thinking earlier that she was somewhat probing Jim to see if he'd get upset over an additional 12 weeks and advise her to come home. I like how it worked out better as her coming home was not because she missed him.
Chuck Norris drives an ice cream truck covered in human skulls.
Michael's speech to the new customer about being treated like a person made him realize that, in his opinion, David Wallace is treating him with no respect.
I mean, Wallace finds out Michael and Holly are dating, and for that reason alone transfers Holly back to Nashua, then sends Michael on a business trip as some sort of half-assed "pick-me-up" excursion. I'd be pissed too.
Heh, the deleted scenes at NBC.com (sorry, Canada) include Michael changing $2K into Canadian, then changing it back at Oscar's insistence, then changing it back at Andy's insistence, then changing it back at Oscar's insistence, and only ending up with about $1800 after all the fees were taken out.
As well as a scene where Andy says that if he were a drug addict who had no money, and Oscar were his drug dealer, he'd do unspeakable things to Oscar in order to receive said drugs.
Worst ratings ever, so you might have been busy watching football, or Night of Champions, or something else, but anyway, here's the results, via CNN. Outstanding Drama Series "Better Call Saul" (AMC) "Downton Abbey" (PBS)