The Office: Moving On, 9.16

The Office: Moving On Bob Odenkirk

Writer: Graham Wagner, Director: Jon Favreau

Summary (NBC): Andy tries his best to move on — Pam interviews for a job in Philadelphia with a manager who gives her deja-vu. Dwight brings Angela with him on a mission to clean his elderly Aunt Shirley. Andy returns from his long boat voyage. One-hour episode. Guest stars: Bob Odenkirk, Zach Woods.

The Office Moving On extras

  • Photos
  • Promos
  • This is the second time we’ve seen Toby in a neck brace. The first time was in the Season 5 episode, Weight Loss, in which Toby injures himself ziplining in Costa Rica.
  • The phrase “so you had a bad day” that Andy sings to Pete is from the song “Bad Day” by Daniel Powter.
  • Roger is played by Michael Weston, who I remember as the terrifying hitchhiker that David picks up in the ‘Six Feet Under’ episode, “That’s My Dog” from 2005. He also played Simon, half-brother of Olivia Benson on ‘Law & Order SVU.’
  • Pete’s ex-girlfriend, Alice, is played by Collette Wolfe.
  • Here’s the ad on Oscar’s computer in the final scene.

The Office Moving On rating

In a poll conducted February 14-18, 2013, Tallyheads rated this episode: 7.81/10

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The Office Moving On quotes

Andy: I can’t remember any of the “aha” moments I had on the boat.

Andy: I really miss my beard. It was like a security blanket.

Andy: That’s a poem by J.B. Jovi.

Andy: Vanilla Ice. He was a band.

Andy: Last week, Erin told me that our relationship will be proceeding without me.

Phyllis: I can’t be around sad people. It makes me sad.
Stanley: I’m the same way with horny people.

Erin: I saw Pete’s butt. It’s sick.

Pam: My resume can fit on a post-it note.

Angela: What do you mean by ‘poison’?
Dwight: Probably nothing. Or strychnine. Or lemonade and strychnine.

Dwight: It’s all hanging out. There’s parts of her I don’t even recognize.

Dwight: It’s like a prehensile wing or something.

Andy: Where are you going?
Pam: Not on a three-month boat trip.

Andy: We are in the Brozone Layer. Nard Dog, Plop, and Clarker Posey. Aka Clarkwork Orange.

Andy: Zero Clark Thirty, whaddya got.

Andy: Last night I ordered a pizza by myself and I ate it over the sink like a rat.

Clark: I’ll give you a hundred dollars to wear that sweater to work tomorrow.

Aunt Shirley: She’s so tiny, like a little kitchen witch.

Dwight: Can I get you a nice crisp liter of schnapps?

Pete: Andy has been calling me Plop for so long, he forgot my real name. Which is Pete.

Jim: This is who I am now. I’m a douche. But look at what I can do with my hands!

Isaac: Anything for Team Halpert!

Andy: One of the perks of being boss. I can fire anyone who steals my girlfriend.

Andy: Every phrase is like a dagger in my crotch.

Mark: Please don’t hire Jamie Foxx to kill me. Django!

Mark: Let’s go, Gangnam Style!

Pam: Oh my god. He’s Michael Scott.

Dwight: Here’s a box cutter to get her clothes off.

Nellie: You cannot keep blathering on about the Scranton Strangler.

Mark: When I say chillax, people chillax.

Meredith: Hey boss, I did everything I could. I invited Pete out for drinks, I emailed him shots of my junk, kid doesn’t have a romantic bone in his body.

Andy: I am hurt. Deep hurt inside of me.

Andy: Guess what. Juliet’s boss also had feelings.

Andy: My whole life is a booger bubble!

Mark: What if Bob Dylan was your boss? I’m going to do Dylan!

Andy: Kind of painful to chat with you, Pete. Ever since the one-two punch to my scrotum pole. Translation, penis. Translation, my manhood.

Andy: If life gives you lemons, you just gotta eat them. Rinds and all.

Mark: I like scripted.

Angela: Loose braids reflect a loose character.

Darryl: George Howard Skub? That’s a devil name.

Meredith: Fresh meat!

Creed: Look who’s back! The Bird Man!

Kevin: Didn’t you two used to do it?

Clark: Was he like a sexy librarian?

Pete: This is a really uncomfortable situation that you’ve contrived.

Andy: We all just gotta move on, ain’t that right, Professor Lecture Much?

Andy: How does that medicine taste? Your own-flavored?

Andy: Is it just me, or have these tables turned?

Gabe: Feel how fat my buttocks are. Touch it. It’s like a warm pumpkin.

Nellie: You offered your neck in search of the truth. The proud neck of justice, isn’t that the expression.

Aunt Shirley: I feel like a show pony.

Dwight: Prettiest girl gets the stink sack!

Angela: It was not an unpleasant way to spend an afternoon.

Dwight: Be with me, monkey.

Dwight: The eighty or ninety years I have left in this life, I want to spend with you.

Dwight: Stand by your man. It’s what I would want if you were mine.

Andy: Hey love turds, conference room, now.

Alice: Okay. While we’re rewriting history, you never had a drinking problem.

Erin: Every word out of your mouth is like the squawk of an ugly pelican.

Erin: I didn’t ask you to get that Nike swoosh.

Gabe: Just do it. You were the “it” I was just doing.

Gabe: I don’t have the lung capacity to blow a whistle.

Pete: Chopsticks is not the measure of a man.

Gabe: I’m as smooth as a porpoise for you.

Pam: He did half the interview as Ace Ventura.

Pam: I liked our life in Scranton.

Announcer: Hobbies of the East continues in a moment.

Kevin: Why don’t your famous stomachs help you now?

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246 thoughts on “The Office: Moving On, 9.16”

  1. I really think it means the documentary crew needs to move on, as suggested by the ending of Customer Loyalty. They’re going to realize that this is their eighth(?) Valentine’s Day in the Office, which is just ridiculous.

  2. Bruce,
    The problem is a lot of the times in the office there is a singular theme that applies to many characters. It could be Erin and Andy…PLUS Jim and Pam related.
    Scary indeed.

  3. Greg Daniels said that somebody gets fired in episode 15, so that’s the previous episode to this. I’m guessing the title refers to whoever that is. It’s too early for any of the cast to leave the show, so unless whoever gets fired gets their job back again, I’m thinking it’s Pam who gets fired because the camera crew would still follow her after she had left Dunder Mifflin. That’s my theory anyway!

  4. Since it would appear that Dwight will be devoting his time on “The Farm” (the episode after this one) and not at Dunder Mifflin, maybe HE gets fired in “Couples Discount”. Supposedly, NBC is not planning to create a spin-off series with Rainn Wilson at Schrute Farms, but that doesn’t mean that Rainn finishes the series at DM either. I haven’t heard or read any rumors of this, but the writers and producers have brought so many unexpected surprises this season, I wouldn’t put it past them.

  5. I don’t think this is the V-Day episode. I think that was meant for Couples Discount before Vandalism moved to the same day as Junior Salesman.

  6. FYI…If you follow John K on twitter, you’ll see a Valentine’s Day picture of Jenna and John that may alleviate some anxiety regarding the JAM storyline.

  7. One more thing… are we 100% certain that the person who gets fired is from DM? Maybe Jim gets asked to leave Athlead by his partners…they don’t seem to be that nice to him.

  8. It could be a misleading title. Or it could be about Darryl moving on if he gets fired from either athlead or Dunder-Mifflin.

  9. Everyone’s freaking out about Andy/Erin and Jim/Pam…but maybe it’s Angela and the Senator…

  10. I’m sorry, am I reading that right? Dwight and Angela are on a mission to “clean” his aunt? Wtf? LOL! I wonder is Andy moving on from Erin or from getting fired? Or is Pam interviewing for the job because she’s been fired? Questions, questions! The guy who interviews Pam must remind her of Michael. I wonder who’ll be playing him?

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