Just like last week, this episode had one plot point that I was completely invested in and another that I wasn't. This week's Scranton scenes were pretty strong, if not exactly believable. Nellie pops into Scranton randomly to announce that she's coming for Andy Bernard's job. Nobody really believes her at first, but she begins offering raises to everyone and Robert California, most likely bored in Scranton, loves Nellie showing initiative and actually applauds her.
First off, it's highly unlikely that Nellie would be able to pull something off like this, but I'll zip my lip now so I don't risk repeating myself over and over. However, over-looking that slight detail, everything else about these scenes were great. There were some hilarious Dwight moments, a great Robert speech where he offers Jim a nature metaphor or a sexual metaphor (only to prove that the two aren't mutually exclusive) and some overall funny lines (I particularly liked "People who can't farm, farm celery.")
However, the Andy/Erin stuff was a swing and a miss. I used to like these two as a couple, but I think I'm just pooped from all the "will they/won't they." It was better when the show had Jim and Pam as the couple, so when Andy and Erin finally kiss at the end of the episode, in the middle of a four way intersection, it just felt lackluster compared to all of the Jim and Pam moments throughout the show's run. We did get to learn that Erin doesn't own toothbrushes but just uses whatever one is laying around, which was classic Erin, but other than moments like that, I just felt like we rushed through everything.
At least the show is still somewhat funny... it may not be the same, but as long as it's keeping my attention and making me laugh a couple times a week, I'll try and bite my tongue.