The Office

Season 9 Episode 20

Paper Airplane

9
Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 25, 2013 on NBC
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  • LET'S JUST IGNORE ANDY

    The Office "Paper Airplane" Review: The Power of Love

    Not a terrible episode, but basic and a little boring save for a nice moment with Jim and Pam. We have three weeks left. Let's make it count.

  • Episode Summary

    Dwight and Angela compete in an office-wide paper airplane contest where the winner gets a prize.  A talent agent named Carla Fern helps Andy with his first acting role. Jim and Pam's new couples counseling skills are unleashed.

    Who was the Episode MVP ?

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • We're finally getting the old Office back

      9.0
      Dwight's acting like a prick. Angela's as proud as ever. Our characters are back to their old selves! While there were many enjoyable moments, like seeing a new side of Erin, Darryl's dry wit, Andy's emotional roller coaster or that swell of joy that filled in my chest when Angela made sure everyone knew that nothing was going to bring her down, but at the end of the night it was Jim and Pam who stole the show. And it wasn't even their decision to try or the wedding flashback that had me tearing up, it was that Jim was finally looking like Jim again. I don't know about you, but I missed him a lot.moreless
    • Getting as boring as work

      6.0
      Pam & Jim - This story line has gone flops imo. It's to be expected when you wanna go down the relationship road.



      Dwight & Angela - This story line has also gone dry imo. Dwight needs to stick with the hot girl.



      Andy - His character has become annoying



      Erin - Still hot.



      Kevin - Funny



      The two new guys - meh



      That red head brit - nice rack



      The rest - whatever.

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