The Office DVD Exclusive: Lost Season 9 Scene Reveals Andy Doesn't Know [Spoiler] Is Gay!

The Office‘s Andy Bernard knows his way around a gay identity crisis. In Season 6 of the now departed NBC comedy, the banjo-tickling salesman questioned his own sexuality after a ridiculous rumor popped up. And now, in the following exclusive deleted scene from The Office‘s Season 9 DVD (out Sept. 3), Andy’s at it again — only this time his confusion is about a famed silver fox.

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From the memorable “Roy’s Wedding” episode, this unused moment finds Andy selfishly encouraging his then-love Erin to pursue a career in broadcast journalism.

“There is nothing hotter than dating a news anchor,” he shares in a confessional. “Go ask Anderson Cooper’s girlfriend!”

Watch the excised scene below, then hit the comments: Does this make you long for more Office?

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  1. Amanda says:

    I can’t hear it. Anyone else?

  2. Soso says:

    The voice are weird, we can’t hear anything!

  3. jj says:

    omg so miss them

  4. Aprilcot says:

    I already miss this show. I know that, by the end, it wasn’t what it used to be, but I still loved it. I just had to reprogram my DVR box and it makes me sad to not put The Office in.

  5. cjeffery7 says:

    “stares at your chest to know what’s in your heart.” YES!!! lololololololol classic

  6. Eddie says:

    One of the greatest sitcoms ever.