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Writer: Dan Sterling, Director: John Krasinski
Summary (NBC): Andy is forced to step up when his family comes under hard times — Andy must man up when his dad blows all the family money. When Dwight is interviewed on local radio, Jim and the office torture him with bizarre call-ins. Meanwhile, Kevin discovers a secret about Oscar, and struggles to keep it, while Oscar’s fate hangs in the balance. Guest stars: Jack Coleman, Andrew Santino.
The Office The Boat extras
- The song Walter (Josh Groban) plays on his guitar at the end of the episode is More Than Words by Extreme. This song was also sung by Andy and his dad (Stephen Collins) in the Season 8 episode, Garden Party.
The Office The Boat rating
In a poll conducted November 8-12, 2012, Tallyheads rated this episode: 8.10/10
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The Office The Boat quotes
Manually transcribed by tanster :)
Oscar: I hope that I can count on your sensitivity, maturity, and discretion.
Andy: I’m kind of crushing it in the damage control department, so that’s cool.
Dwight: Do you have any idea how easy it is to sell something when you’re famous?
Dwight: Uh, whatever you say, Brad Pitt. It’s that easy.
Dwight: Greta, the tittle tattle, prattled on about the little metal bottle. She spat a bit of spittle… Tricky Siskel spat a bit of wicked biscuit…
Erin: I bet you wouldn’t sell that Jiffy Lube for all the money in the world, would you, Darryl?
Darryl: I would, if I owned it and I went broke.
Erin: It’s a girlfriend’s job to know her man, and I know Andy. He’s seriously juvenile.
Andy: “You can’t be skipper until you’re a man.”
Dwight: Entirely is the perfect way to describe it, Iris.
Angela: Last night, he was so tired, he just wanted a little Mexican brought in.
Oscar: I’m in big trouble.
Kevin: Yeah, Oscar’s in big trouble.
Dwight: This is gotcha journalism, but you know what, they’re not going to gotch me.
Nellie: Did you just call Miss Mick a moron?
Kevin: Hey Oscar, what if I’m getting a promotion?
Toby: The Scranton Strangler, I always thought he might have been set up, but I felt pressure to convict. I put an innocent man on death row.
Erin: So this is how your family came to America.
Boat guy: I’m not a ghost, so I can’t walk through people.
Boat guy: I can smack you all day if you keep touching what you’re not supposed to touch.
Erin: Andy, you never had to sail the boat to be a man.
Andy: How much for that cool fisherman sweater?
Walt: I figured I’d get that first relapse out of the way.
Andy: Three weeks, open ocean, no booze. You need this. I need it. We need this.
Dwight: I’m going to need you to let the mailman go, okay?
Dwight: Overall, I’d say my first radio interview went pretty much the way I expected.
Andy: Erin, I gotta go! Them’s my chords!
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