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Overview[ edit ] Angela Martin is the head of the accounting department at the Scranton branch of the fictitious paper distribution company Dunder Mifflin, extension She also frowns upon any sort of superfluousness or inappropriateness in general. Like Dwight, Angela has little sense of humour and almost never smiles or expresses happiness, except when she is talking about her cats or is expressing derisive contempt for her co-workers.

Angela is attracted to shows of power, extremely secretive with her other emotions, and vengeful when upset. She is a constant source of complaints to Human Resources, although she retracts those lodged against Dwight Schrute at the onset of their secret romance. Angela lives with several cats, adores posters of infants posed as adults, and is a vegetarian and a singer. She is a former child beauty pageant contestant, and says that she enjoys being judged.

She tends to list colors that she finds "whorish", including orange and green, that always seem to correspond to the color of clothes being worn by either Phyllis or Meredith. Angela bottles up her emotions to the point that, on occasion, she has private, emotional outbursts over relatively trivial matters. She also seems to be something of a conservative albeit hypocritical Christian. She states that the two books she would bring with her to read if stranded on a deserted island are the Bible and The Purpose Driven Life.

Further, she would bring The Da Vinci Code , but only so she could burn it. She despises the mystery novel genre because, in her words, "I hate being titillated. She was mainly seen as a minor character in the first two seasons but since starting her relationship with Dwight her character has been explored numerous times and has been so further since their break-up in Fun Run.

Throughout season 3 and carrying on into season 4, Angela essentially became the second lead female of the show, after Pam Beesly. Angela has a sister to whom she was very close but has not spoken in sixteen years over a disagreement she does not even remember, a situation that she regards with a great deal of pride. She appears unable to apologize, as further detailed in " Product Recall " when she cannot bring herself to say sorry on behalf of the company saying instead "our official position is apologetic" , and in " The Return " when she uses a wordy, third-person monologue as a way of apologizing to Oscar for being homophobic.

She did, however, say she was sorry to Kevin for being "mean" twice in " The Accountants. In addition, because she finds the clothes at Gap Kids to sometimes be too "flashy", she occasionally shops at the American Girl store, buying items meant for "large colonial dolls".

Michael has twice made fun of her stature, nicknaming her "Booster Seat" in reference to small children having to sit on one in restaurants. Usually when a committee member suggests an idea, Angela immediately shoots it down with a mean comment or sharp rebuke. The PPC normally consists of Angela, Pam, Phyllis, and Meredith, although Meredith was naturally not present when the committee planned her surprise birthday party.

Karen became a regular member of the PPC when she was transferred to Scranton, but was expelled by Angela for her "unsuitable" ideas during " A Benihana Christmas ". Ryan joined the committee to help plan the Christmas Party , and Oscar joined it to help plan his own "Welcome Back" party " The Return ". Angela was particularly hard on Phyllis during " Launch Party " and was left with a huge burden when Phyllis got fed up and quit the PPC.

After reading the note, Angela appears to be heavily embarrassed. In the season eight premiere Angela is married to Robert and pregnant. She is pregnant with her first child but she has a step son with Robert. Angela wanted to name her son "Philip" after her cat, but Pam who is pregnant with her 2nd child wanted the name "Philip" after her grandfather. In the end, both children are named Philip.

Dwight[ edit ] Dwight is the only person that Angela likes in the office. It is shown in "E-mail Surveillance" that Dwight and Angela have begun a romantic relationship.

Their relationship is seemingly summarized in " A. In "Fun Run" Angela asks Dwight to feed her cat Sprinkles, who is terminally ill, but Dwight kills it in a misguided act of mercy, which causes Angela to break up with him. Dwight ends their affair in "The Duel" after learning that she has been having sexual relations with Andy. In "The Delivery" Dwight, who wants to improve his sales by having a child, asks Angela to have his baby.

In " The Chump " the two call in a lawyer, and Angela refuses to release him from the contract unless he agrees to have sex with her five times. She later voids the contract after meeting Senator Robert Lipton. After she gives birth Jury Duty , Dwight realizes the baby was conceived before her marriage to Robert and makes the assumption that he, not Robert, is the father. Angela tells him that she wanted to make sure that Dwight wanted to marry her for no other reason than for love.

She even calls her the "office mattress" in "Dunder Mifflin Infinity". In "The Injury", when Dwight gets a concussion, Pam notices Angela is upset and comforts her by hinting that Dwight is okay. In "Costume Contest", Angela uses a dismissive "blech" term regarding Pam.

Ironically, both Kinsey and Fischer are close friends in real life. Andy[ edit ] Angela was in a relationship with Andy throughout Season 4 and carrying on into Season 5. Initially, she dates him on the rebound after a break-up with her boyfriend of two years Dwight. Scenes imply however that she was beginning to genuinely like him more and more, such as in " Did I Stutter " when Dwight watches the two of them in the break room playing Mad Libs together and laughing.

Angela has a brief conversation with Erin shortly afterward, where she expresses her humiliation and reminds Erin that she wants to forget the memories of dating him.

Andy has rarely talked to Angela or expressed any opinions about her in subsequent episodes. While Andy assumes she is talking about how their relationship ended and says that is something he does reflect on sometimes, Angela fights through her lingering disgust that she was ever with him and finally tells him, mutedly but sincerely, that she wishes him good luck.

Angela is patronizing and bossy towards Phyllis, who admits that Angela is hard to deal with and that the two have a severe disliking towards one another. Phyllis states in "Conflict Resolution" that even though they constantly butt heads , they are close. By the finale, Phyllis and Angela seemed to have resolved their differences. Angela, incapacitated by a foot injury, apologizes for snapping at Phyllis, who then volunteers to carry Angela down the aisle.

They get along well, and at the end of the day, he asks for her number. Angela remains oblivious however. In the season 8 premiere, it is revealed that Angela and Robert are married and she is pregnant. Other relationships[ edit ] Angela tends to be somewhat abrasive towards other office workers, often outright insulting them.

In the season 3 premiere, she expresses an open homophobia and dislike for Oscar, who is outed as a homosexual. She strongly disapproves of office romances, playing a game called "Pam-Pong" in which she counts the number of times Jim leaves his desk to talk to Pam as mentioned above, Angela referred to Pam as the "office mattress". During the fifth season, Angela developed a one-sided crush on corporate higher-up Charles Miner. She frequently tried and failed to engage in a relationship with him, often butting heads with Kelly for his affection.

Seasons 12[ edit ] Angela is established as a strict and stubborn office worker, and she is something of a perfectionist. She appears to be a prime example of an authoritarian personality. There are many deleted scenes in which Angela is interviewed, as well as other members of accounting, suggesting that the series was originally intended to take a two-perspective look at the office: When she sees Kelly give Dwight her secret love interest a small kiss in the episode " Christmas Party ", she gets angry and throws Christmas ornaments outside the building.

Though she is a constant source of complaints to Human Resources she and Oscar Martinez fight over her poster of babies playing instruments, which she got from Toby Flenderson for Christmas , she redacts those lodged against Dwight at the onset of their secret romance.

It is hinted during " Drug Testing " that she does not take birth control, in accordance to her Christian beliefs. This revelation is to the relief of Dwight implying that they are having sex. Her attitude toward him becomes much more sympathetic after he returns to work following an extended absence " The Return " , and the two appear to have reconciled.

She believes Oscar has the capability to cross over to dating women if he so chooses. Evidently, Angela continues to nurture a crush on Roy, complimenting him on his physique and greeting him, in the third-season episode " Branch Closing ". In " The Convention ", she secretly follows Dwight to the office supply convention in Philadelphia under the name " Jane Doe " and gets a room which Jim accidentally enters, though it does not appear he saw that it was her exclaiming "Dwight got a hooker!

She has a good first impression of Andy Bernard when he shows up on his first day with a cat screensaver. When Angela rudely shoots down an idea proposed by Karen Filippelli , the PPC defiantly splits into two groups and two parties. Angela holds the less popular one, to which only Kevin, Phyllis, and Hannah come, while [Pam] and Karen lead the more popular one. Eventually the two parties merge back into one and Angela returns a "missing" power cord for the karaoke machine.

Dennis, visibly both upset and disgusted, apologizes to her before leaving, saying "Phyllis neglected to mention your promiscuity. Her refusal to allow Dwight to publicize their relationship prevented him from exonerating himself against suspicion of disloyalty and forced his resignation. In " Launch Party ", Angela prepares a party for the launch of the company website. On the day of the launch, Dwight attempts to woo her back by competing and winning against the website to sell more reams of paper than the other, but Angela refuses to consider it.

Michael, in a bid for vengeance against a perceived slight by Ryan, orders Angela, with one hour left before the party begins, to implement his over-the-top ideas for decorations and catering. She is unable to do so partly due to not having enough time and partly due to Phyllis taking a stand against her harsher than usual criticism and refusing to help.

In the episode " Money ", Angela decides to go out with Andy after he gives her a cat as a present actually a stray that Dwight had tried unsuccessfully to give her as a reconciliation gift , giving him instructions on taking her to dinner that included "no seafood places".

In the following episodes, they have apparently been seeing each other, but it is implied that Angela still harbors feelings for Dwight, as Andy reports in " Local Ad " that she cried out "Oh, D! In " Job Fair ", Angela and Dwight were the only two left in the office after the remaining members of the team took off early as a result of Michael not being in the office.

For the rest of the day, the two share an awkward atmosphere which eventually thaws towards the end of the day. At the very end of the episode, however, Phyllis is taking some of the party supplies back to the office and walks in on Angela mid-intercourse with Dwight.

Most of his proposals are outlandish and expensive, and Angela continues to treat him and his ideas with contempt. She pages Dwight, and they meet in the Dunder Mifflin warehouse to have sex.

Meanwhile, Phyllis has dethroned Angela as head of the Party Planning Committee and does not hesitate to give Angela harsh orders. Angela looks to Andy, signifying that she chooses him, although Dwight says to Phyllis that "she ignored the ultimatum. Andy books the farm and Dwight gleefully agrees to plan every detail of the wedding, pointedly offering to be available to Angela day or night.

Angela understands the double meaning and shows signs of being very turned on by it. In " Business Trip ", it is revealed she and Andy have never been intimate. When Andy drunk dials her demanding sex, she is disgusted, even though, in the background, viewers can hear Dwight in her bed. She later demotes Andy back to "first base", which for her is a kiss on the forehead. In a supposed mock ceremony, Dwight stands in for Andy as a Mennonite , German-speaking minister completes the vows.

Angela begins to admit she has made a mistake and seems to reconcile with Dwight, however he announces they have actually married.


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