Andy Richter Controls the Universe

Season 1 Episode 2

Grief Counselor

Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Mar 26, 2002 on FOX
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Grief Counselor
A co-worker's death in the office over the weekend leaves many feeling guilty, and the mandatory sessions with a grief counselor only add to the problems. Keith is slammed with the workload of the dead man and relies on Andy to fill-in on dates with Wendy.

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  • An extremely funny episode which starts with the find of a dead person in the office, who apparently died the previous friday. Keith ends up with alot of work giving andy and wendy some free time together, everyones sent to a grief counselor, with hilariomoreless

    This episode, like so many others from the series, is filled with multiple "Laugh out Loud" moments as well as "Heh..." or the ever popular "tee hee."

    It begins with Andy walking into the office... like so many other episodes. He sees Wendy as he walks in and begins dreaming up ways of how to impress her. Just recalling the ways makes me chuckle, so I wont ruin the joke for you. Anyway, after Andy's humorous "How things might happen" he actually does say hello to wendy... by says "whats that horrible smell."

    Later on we find out someone had died in the office on friday, and had sat in his hot room till monday.

    The person who died, Charlie, was doing alot of Keiths work for him, so now Keith is suddenly swamped with work, taking time away from Wendy.

    So he asks Andy to go to a singalong version of "The Sound of Music" with wendy. They go together, at the end of which Wendy gives Andy a kiss, leaving andy wondering if it's a "Just friends, I had a good time" kiss or a "Slappedy slappedy boogedy boogedy" kiss.

    Also due to charlies death, Andy and his coworkers have to go to a Grief Counselor. It's mandatory. I'm not quite sure how Keith got out of it, but he seemed to have, either that or I managed to miss something.

    Jessica and Byron seem convinced that their words/actions killed people. They both said or did something to Charlie previous to his death, which causes them to believe they murdered him.

    All in all, great episode, many great one liners and elaborate jokes. Funny plot, great acting.

    We also get to learn a little bit about byron as a boy and his parents. And that Wendy's got a pretty good singing voice. And that andy likes the sound of music. And that... err... Yeah. So concludes my first review >_>moreless

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