Ed: In real life?
Angela: In real life.
Ed: Oh my god.
Angela: And, you know, that sort of freaks people out when they see my wrapping paper section of my closet. But I’m like oh, Angela Martin would do that, you know, so you sort of bring a little bit of yourself to that.
Ed: Leave it at the office, Angela.
Angela: I know, don’t bring it home right?
Press: Now Angela, you’re sitting at your desk. Angela Martin, she’s making a decision tree. Dwight or Andy?
Angela: Oh my.
Press: What are some of the pros and cons, like the positives and negatives of each guy?
Angela: Oh my god.
Angela: Well I think — I really…
Ed: Keep in mind I am on the phone.
Angela: Oh, right.
Ed: And Dwight is not.
Angela: No, I think that…
Angela: Yeah. I think that Andy is sort of like — there’s part of Angela Martin that kind of wants to do what society would think would be appropriate. And I think Andy seems very sort of appropriate. She could bring Andy to church. I don’t know if she could bring Dwight to church.
He might show up with like some squirrel pelts to give people. It’s a little off-putting, you know.
And I think Andy sort of, on paper, is what she thought she wanted. And I think Dwight sort of has that sort of — she has this kind of crazy chemistry with Dwight that she doesn’t understand.
It doesn’t fit into her plan for her life, and that’s sort of the thing she goes back and forth with.
Like the person who she thinks is more appropriate and the person who she really has sort of a deep passion for.
And Andy has like this enthusiasm and he wants to plan this perfect wedding. And he’s so accommodating to all her needs and her needs are crazy.
And Dwight is kind of more in her face, and I think challenges her, and they fight more. But maybe she’s more exhilarated by that.
Angela: Yeah, that’s my own little take.
Ed: Yeah, it’s the whole — it’s the Madonna whore thing in reverse for Andy and Dwight.
Ed: Dwight is your dirty guy and I’m your…
Angela: Clean cut fellow.
Press: Ed, who is your character’s favorite person in the office situation? And will we see any kind of fisticuffs or anything with Dwight in an upcoming episode?
Ed: Well I think that Andy has a kind of bro crush on Jim.
Ed: You know, that’s why he kind of like — he’s like — kind of tries to be like him, but also doesn’t want to be too kiss-ass so he’s like kind of also like kind of a jerk sometimes just to make sure Jim knows that Andy is like his own man.
But it’s all part of a broader attempt to just impress him and like — you know, like all Andy wants is for Jim to kind of take him under his wing.
Ed: But I think separate from that, there’s like a — like there’s a very shrewd part of Andy that really wants to get in Michael’s good graces, obviously and Michael — so he has kind of a corporate crush on Michael, if you will.
Press: Is it going to get to a point where Dwight is so insistent that he wants her to make a decision and the tension…
Ed: I don’t know. I don’t know.
Angela: Oh, only time will tell.