Andy gets jealous when Byron strikes up a friendship with his grandmother (June Lockhart).
Andy begins to feel guilty about not volunteering his time to charity.
Wendy writes a medieval short story about her relationship with Keith; Byron unintentionally becomes a pimp.
Byron and Andy are tasked to write a manual for a deep fryer. To Andy's amazement, Byron's idea impresses management and he is put in charge.
Jessica's 12-year-old nephew (Martin Spanjers) blackmails his baby sitter, Andy, into letting him use a jet-propulsion backpack.
Jessica catches Andy and her maid in a compromising position.
The new boss (Conan O'Brien) encourages employees to tattle on one another.
Andy and Keith try to persuade the star of a musical (Beth Littleford) to miss a performance so that Wendy, her understudy, will have a shot in the limelight.
Andy and the gang meet at Jessica's house to eavesdrop on a neighbor's therapy session.
Byron joins a religious cult that worships a sacred sheep.
Andy and Byron compete to land a business trip to France.
Andy sets Jessica up with a guy from work who seems to have a split personality.
Andy gets $3000 for recommending a candidate for a job opening; Wendy tests a new antihistamine for the pharmaceutical department.
The employees find themselves in compromising positions when they take a night train to a co-worker's out-of-town wedding.
When the employees decide to get revenge on Praeger, Andy takes him to dinner while the rest of the employees fill his office with manure.
Andy must share his office with another executive named Andy; two college graduates worship Andy for the stunts he pulled during his fraternity days.
Andy struggles with his conscience when his beautiful new girlfriend turns out to be a bigot.
A co-worker's death has consequences for the group.
A struggling writer (Andy Richter) narrates the stories of his life, showing what did happen, what could have happened, and what should have happened.