Dwight Black Belt

  • Written by – Niki Schwartz-Wright
  • Directed by – Jeffrey Blitz
  • A brief synopsis – Andy is trying to get the courage to quit his job and pursue acting.  Jim comes back to Scranton for some quality time with his family.  Dwight gets his coveted black belt.
  • The best line – David Wallace: Will you be the new manager?  Dwight: Where?
  • Second best line – Stanley (to Andy): Can’t you just leave?
  • The best moment – Dwight Schrute, Manager of Scranton Branch, Dunder Mifflin
  • The best story line – Everything David Wallace did in this episode worked so well…
  • Notable guest appearances – Michael Imperioli as a karate instructor
  • Key exit(s) –  Andy as manager, without being fired.
  • Grade – B

An episode that could have been so great, instead turned to average.  The teasing of the obvious took a decent turn.  The conversation between David and Jim about Dwight was a wonderful feeling after so many years.  Dwight’s big moment feels so wonderful to achieve, but then Andy takes a dump on a car.   Thank God they don’t drag the Andy thing out too much.  Oh wait, they did.  Andy took a dump on a car.  Kevin was a little overused, and as for the groping…poor Toby.  Angela hitting rock bottom…really?  At least she knew enough to not fall back into a relationship with Andy.  Wish she could get over Dwight, but it’s nice to see the development with Oscar.  The buyout gives the proper drama to end the show, I just hope it is not predictable or sad.  I am a wuss.

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