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This episode was a doozy of a character analysis, namely the relationship of the accounting department at Dunder-Mifflin -- Angela, Kevin and Oscar. Angela is the boss, the mean one who doesn't want to be portrayed as such. Kevin is the kid. Oscar tries to mediate everything, almost as if he's Jerry Seinfeld in "The Opposite," always even-Steven. It makes more sense than ever now that Oscar was actually welcoming, at first, to Michael's bizarre interpretation of conflict resolution through mediation.

But Angela's not mean, just demanding. Poor Kevin. Just trying to have some fun, and nobody's buying. And oh yeah, they are about to search the collection of knick-knacks that is Michael's office.

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