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Andy then tells David Wallace that he is going to quit his job, only having second thoughts almost immediately, gets temporarily re hired as a salesman.
Then, he quits again to pursue his dream of being an entertainer.
Andy is a 1995 alumnus of Cornell University, which he will often brag about to his peers, and minored in History.
In a talking-head interview, he brags that he graduated in four years, having never studied once, been drunk the whole time, and sung in the a cappella group "Here Comes Treble", which he mentions often.
Andy is shown to enjoy inventing nicknames for his colleagues.
He nicknamed Jim "Big Tuna", because he ate a tuna sandwich on his first day at the Stamford branch, and once called Ryan Howard "Big Turkey," presumably for a similar reason.
After embarrassing himself at a singing competition show audition, Andy lands a job in the admissions office at Cornell.
His character is insecure, seemingly due to a strained parental relationship, yet demonstrates self-centered and arrogant attitudes.
He claims to have been an obese child, though he never talks about it.
It can be assumed that Andy's family was considerably wealthy growing up, as he admits that whenever anybody wanted something they would write it on a list for the housekeeper to get.
Andrew Baines Bernard (born in 1973; Walter Bernard, Jr.) is a fictional character from the U. He becomes Regional Manager at the Scranton branch courtesy of Robert California in the eighth-season premiere following the departure of Michael Scott and Deangelo Vickers, although temporarily is fired and replaced by Nellie Bertram before his reinstatement by new CEO David Wallace.
He is introduced as the Regional Director in Charge of Sales at the Stamford branch of paper distribution company Dunder Mifflin in the third-season premiere when Jim Halpert transfers, ultimately merging with the Scranton branch in the episode "The Merger" later in the season.