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  1. and very 2005…

    and least he didn’t say he was alba truffle hunting…
    which would have been appropriate as she was in what one scene on Sunday…

  2. Swing and a miss on this one. We’ve been saying all year that the funniest scenes have been in the deleted pile. This one doesn’t count, I fear.

  3. I agree, this scene missed the mark, but that makes it a perfect deleted scene. It made me chuckle, but it a) wasn’t integral to the plot and b) couldn’t compete on a humor level with the other scenes. I thought this was a great episode, wonderfully written (thank Mindy!), and the editors got it right, on this deleted scene at least. Thanks to the producers/ nbc.com for posting this as an extra, though not quite as tasty, nugget.

  4. I liked this scene! Actually, I like any scene with the Nard Dog. Andy shouldn’t be single for too long with lady killer skills like those!

  5. I could watch Jim and Dwight all day. This is a dynamic that’s been missing for a while, and it was so great to see it back!

  6. Ha ha! I don’t think there was a whole lot wrong with the episode, but that second deleted scene is pretty funny. “People do crazy things for love… and I am a person.”

  7. There’s a continuity issue with the second one I think. Angela says “it’s your problem now”, however, she enjoyed being the head of the party planning committee and took it very seriously. I would think she would be upset about them taking it, and definitely not call it a “problem”.

    The bumper sticker=awesome. Like an earlier reply said, this is so short I would have thought they could have squeezed this in somehow.

  8. Ditto to all who mentioned it that I love the McCain sticker part! That is AWESOME. I love the political references the show makes, not making any kind of supportive statements (or not supportive in this case), but just incorporating it as regular people would in a regular office. If you consider Michael and Andy “regular.”

  9. These are what deleted scenes should be. It looks like everything that should have gone into the episode did go into it, and the stuff that was not bad but not great got cut.

  10. Tylerdw, I kind of agree with you about Angela, but I think the “problem” has always been dealing with the other people on the committee and Michael. I think if she were left to her own devices and had minions that followed her orders there would be no problems at all. But really for her to give it up without a fight seems odd to me.

  11. I couldn’t figure out at first what Andy was trying to do to the bumper sticker…then I got it a little later on, but too funny!

    Best episode of the office for season 5!

  12. Don’t get me wrong – I love Jim, everything about Jim, the romance of JAM, etc. BUT, if I could find an Andy – I would snatch him up! Go Andy – you goofy, funny, lyrically talented, preppy, romantic, conservative, Republican you!! There really are some that still exist – even if only on TV! (I mean, who “in the real world” would put deposits down on 12 possible wedding venues for a woman that doesn’t really love him?!)

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