When we first met Andy Bernard in Dunder Mifflin's Stamford branch in the early days of season three of The Office, he was merely that guy who dubbed Jim "Big Tuna," had anger-management issues, talked too much about his alma mater (Cornell, duh), and loved to break out into song. He sings in his interview segments, never misses a chance to karaoke, and even brings in his banjo or sitar from time to time to serenade the rest of the staff. Now that Andy's replaced Michael Scott as regional manager, we hope his new status doesn't keep him from crooning. (Maybe singing can be Andy's version of Michael's awful celebrity impressions.) To help convince Andy (er, Ed Helms) to keep singing, we've compiled a montage of his greatest hits. Enjoy!
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