Ellie Kemper and Angela Kinsey Dish on Subtle Sexuality, The Office Baby and More

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Last week, we joined in on a conference call with two of the lovely, hilarious actresses that make The Office cast one of the funniest and most cohesive on television.

Ellie Kemper (Erin) and Angela Kinsey (Angela) spoke to reporters about their characters' singing careers, baby-making plans and more. We've included a few excerpts from the chat below:

Kemper, on joining the show: It is strange to have watched a show on your futon for five years and then to be on it is completely surreal. And I think that it’s so weird because I go to work and I see these people every day so now I'm like, you know, they’re real people... but everyone couldn't couldn't be warmer.

Kemper, on more hits from Subtle Sexuality: I am a big fan. I've been wondering the same thing. I've heard rumors that they are going to write another song and maybe make another video, but I'm not sure that those rumors are accurate.

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Kinsey, on Angela as a mother: I can't imagine Angela Martin as a mother I would love to see her try to nurture a human. I think that would be a lot of fun to watch her go through those motions.... it definitely would be a great idea.

Kinsey, on Erin dating Andy: I love the Andy and Erin. Like there’s such a sweet innocence about them. I mean, they’re kind of both buffoons... [on a future episode], you see a whole another side of Ellie’s character.... And it's hysterical.

Kemper and Kinsey star in the latest Office Webisode, "The Mentor." Check out a preview for it NOW and watch the whole thing at NBC.com.

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The Office Quotes

Dwight: What is my perfect crime? I break into Tiffany's at midnight. Do I go for the vault? No, I go for the chandelier. It's priceless. As I'm taking it down, a woman catches me. She tells me to stop. It's her father's business. She's Tiffany. I say no. We make love all night. In the morning the cops come and I escape in one of their uniforms. I tell her to meet me in Mexico but I go to Canada. I don't trust her. Besides, I like the cold. Thirty years later, I get a postcard. I have a son and he's the chief of police. This is where the story gets interesting: I tell Tiffany to meet me in Paris, by the Trocadero. She's been waiting for me all these years; she's never taken another lover. I don't care, I don't show up. I go to Berlin. That's where I stashed the chandelier.

Guess what, I have flaws. What are they? Oh, I don't know. I sing in the shower. Sometimes I spend too much time volunteering. Occasionally I'll hit somebody with my car. So sue me... No, don't sue me. That is the opposite of the point that I'm trying to make.