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Michael hosts a pancake lunch to try to gain new clients for his business. Pam and Ryan find it difficult to work in the same small space. Meanwhile, at Dunder Mifflin, Dwight and Andy become unlikely friends and Jim tries to figure out what a "rundown" is after Charles asks him to do one.
Jim: The new receptionist is also named Kelly. So Kelly Kapoor has decided to hover around my desk, so that she can run into his Charles' office every time he calls for Kelly. She thinks if she says 'You wanted me' enough, he will in fact want her. It's not the worst plan she's ever had.
Pam: I don't want to look at your friend Jasmine's boobs all day.
Ryan: You could be hot too, if you made any effort. At all.
Dwight: (to Andy) Listen, when I saw you talking to Erin earlier, I noticed that your pupils dilated, and your skin flushed, and I'm assuming, a little bit of blood rushed into your penis.
Michael: I once had a dream... that I was eating a peanut butter and tuna fish sandwich. And, let me tell you something, it was delicious. So the next day, I decided to make that sandwich. And in real life it is disgusting.
Hey you been watching Damages
this year? It's so good. No, you gotta tune in, it's as good as anything on HBO.
is a legal drama on FX starring Glenn Close
and Rose Byrne
Country roads, take me home, to the place...
Erin, Dwight and Andy perform the song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" made famous by singer John Denver
'Cherry Pie,' Warrant.
Better a cappella!
Yeah. Name another.
'Enter Sandman,' Metallica.
Better a cappella.
'Rebel Yell,' Billy Idol.
Trying to come up with songs that do not sound better a cappella, Dwight names three songs. The first is "Cherry Pie," released in 1990 by the glam metal band, Warrant
. The second is "Enter Sandman" by thrash metal band Metallica
, released in 1991. The last song is 1984's "Rebel Yell" by rocker Billy Idol