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In Philadelphia, Pam interviews for a job at a real estate firm, but is taken back when the manager bears significant similarities to [[Michael Scott]], and decides not to accept. Dwight and Angela bathe Dwight's elderly aunt, causing Dwight to reflect on his feelings for Angela. Andy discoveres that Erin is dating Pete, and attempts to make them feel uncomfortable by hiring Pete's ex-girlfriend, as well as [[Gabe Lewis]]. Toby goes to a correctional institute to confront the [[Scranton Strangler]] about his suspiscions, but his opinion is changed when the strangler attempts to strangle him. Later, Pam and Jim have dinner, and Pam expresses her hesitations about starting a new life in Philadelphia. Oscar attempts to squeeze in exercise while watching online television, and we see an ad for an upcoming series called "[[The Office]]"
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[[Andy Bernard|Andy]] learns that [[Pete Miller|Pete]] and [[Erin Hannon|Erin]] are dating each other, which they've been holding in secrecy from him. After attempting to fire Pete, Andy is lectured by both Erin and Pete to move on. Seeking revenge, Andy hires both Alice, Pete's ex-girlfriend and [[Gabe Lewis]], who is still attracted to Erin, in order to make Pete and Erin feel uncomfortable. The plan inevitably works as the new couple's past relationship issues surface with Gabe making several uncomfortable remarks and Alice bringing up Pete's immature past, prompting arguments to break out in the conference room. Andy smugly tells the camera that seeing Erin and Pete unhappy makes him feel better.
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[[Pam Halpert|Pam]] interviews for a job in Philadelphia, where she is amused to find her potential manager, Mark, reminiscent of her former [[Dunder Mifflin Scranton|Dunder Mifflin]] regional manager [[Michael Scott]]. When Pam realizes that she is simply interviewing for a glorified receptionist's job, she turns down the offer. Pam later tells [[Jim Halpert|Jim]], during a romantic dinner, that she does not really want to move to Philadelphia, despite Jim having started his own business. Pam's admission leaves their conversation in awkward silence.
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[[Dwight Schrute|Dwight]] acquires the help of [[Angela Martin|Angela]] in order to give his elderly Aunt Shirley a bath. Dwight initially wants to merely take his aunt out and spray her with a hose, but Angela talks him into letting her do it in a more dignified manner. Dwight agrees, and through the process, the two begin to remember their feelings for each other. At the end of the day, Angela and Dwight begin kissing, but Angela reminds Dwight that she is married. Dwight dejectedly tells her that, while he still loves her, she should be faithful to her husband.
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In the episode's other subplots, [[Toby Flenderson|Toby] goes to the local prison to talk to the person accused of being the notorious local murderer, the [[Scranton Strangler]]; Toby had been discussing the details of the case for some time, forcing [[Nellie Bertram|Nellie] to tell him to do something about it, or to stop talking. Toby believes he may be innocent, but he is proven wrong when he is nearly strangled in prison. However, he does have his spirits lifted after Nellie gives him a lift from the hospital and commends him for his bravery. During the last scene of the show, [[Oscar Martinez|Oscar]] queues up a television show on his computer, and while the ad loads, he tries to do gravity boot sit-ups. While he is struggling to get down, the camera pans over to Oscar's computer and zooms in on an upcoming television guide on his screen that reveals that the in-series documentary—called The Office: An American Workplace—will air in May.
   
 
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==Cultural references==

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"Moving On" is the sixteenth episode of the ninth season of the American television comedy series "The Office" and is the show's 192nd episode overall. It was written by Graham Wagner and directed by Jon Favreau. It aired on February 14, 2013. It was viewed by 4.06 million people.

In the episode, Pam interviews for a job in Philadelphia with a manager who gives her deja-vu. Dwight brings Angela with him on a mission to clean his elderly Aunt Shirley. Andy returns from his long boat voyage.

Synopsis

Andy learns that Pete and Erin are dating each other, which they've been holding in secrecy from him. After attempting to fire Pete, Andy is lectured by both Erin and Pete to move on. Seeking revenge, Andy hires both Alice, Pete's ex-girlfriend and Gabe Lewis, who is still attracted to Erin, in order to make Pete and Erin feel uncomfortable. The plan inevitably works as the new couple's past relationship issues surface with Gabe making several uncomfortable remarks and Alice bringing up Pete's immature past, prompting arguments to break out in the conference room. Andy smugly tells the camera that seeing Erin and Pete unhappy makes him feel better.

Pam interviews for a job in Philadelphia, where she is amused to find her potential manager, Mark, reminiscent of her former Dunder Mifflin regional manager Michael Scott. When Pam realizes that she is simply interviewing for a glorified receptionist's job, she turns down the offer. Pam later tells Jim, during a romantic dinner, that she does not really want to move to Philadelphia, despite Jim having started his own business. Pam's admission leaves their conversation in awkward silence.

Dwight acquires the help of Angela in order to give his elderly Aunt Shirley a bath. Dwight initially wants to merely take his aunt out and spray her with a hose, but Angela talks him into letting her do it in a more dignified manner. Dwight agrees, and through the process, the two begin to remember their feelings for each other. At the end of the day, Angela and Dwight begin kissing, but Angela reminds Dwight that she is married. Dwight dejectedly tells her that, while he still loves her, she should be faithful to her husband.

In the episode's other subplots, [[Toby Flenderson|Toby] goes to the local prison to talk to the person accused of being the notorious local murderer, the Scranton Strangler; Toby had been discussing the details of the case for some time, forcing [[Nellie Bertram|Nellie] to tell him to do something about it, or to stop talking. Toby believes he may be innocent, but he is proven wrong when he is nearly strangled in prison. However, he does have his spirits lifted after Nellie gives him a lift from the hospital and commends him for his bravery. During the last scene of the show, Oscar queues up a television show on his computer, and while the ad loads, he tries to do gravity boot sit-ups. While he is struggling to get down, the camera pans over to Oscar's computer and zooms in on an upcoming television guide on his screen that reveals that the in-series documentary—called The Office: An American Workplace—will air in May.

Cultural references

Connections to previous episodes

Amusing details/Trivia

  • The Darryl Philbin "Get Glue" sticker was released alongside this episode.

Cast

Main Cast

Supporting Cast

Guest Cast

Gallery

  • Michael... I mean, Mark.
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