Funniest part of the episode? The Andy/Dwight rivalry.  Not only is he after Dwight's position in the office & dissin' the D-man's ride,  he's also charming the chastity belt off of his girlfriend.  The almost killed even this, though, in the "way too long" credits sequence.

Least funniest part of the episode?  Everything else.

So I guess it's official-- Jim and Karen are "dating." This certainly wasn't the reunion the "HalpEesley" fans were hoping for, and it also seems like it's following along with the UK version... which is OK in and of itself.  Like the last few episodes, this was definitely a plot mover.  I hope that being settled officially in Scranton we can get on with the regular office- hijinx episodes we've come to know and love.

I think Martin hit the nail on the head-- too much filler, not enough meat.




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