While reviewing Conspiracy Theories, Forrest discovers some disconcerting facts about the show.
Forrest reviews always being happy right before he's sent to a very confining location.
Forrest reviews living life by listening to a Magic 8-Ball, faces the conundrum of reviewing procrastination and must review the most difficult life experience yet.
Forrest spends a day in a coffin; wonders what to do with a request for a six-star rating; and makes a public-speaking appearance.
Forrest reviews performing a William Tell with the help of his father, must grant a difficult wish for his son on his birthday, and takes a relaxing rowboat trip.
While attempting to catfish, Forrest reconnects with an old girlfriend. Forrest deals with a wide variety of ghosts in a real haunted house.
Forrest starts a cult; and tries to sculpt a perfect body by undergoing a series of enhancements.
This week Forrest has his assistant frame him for a crime, he hooks up with a high school teacher and experiences the everyday life of a little person.
In the Season 2 premiere, Forrest gets into a fight with a stranger; blackmails his new girlfriend; and finds sex in a public restroom.
Forrest quits a job; seizes an opportunity; and tries being Irish.
Maggie and Emma, best friends since childhood, agree to raise a baby together in a quaint Connecticut town.
Forrest reviews getting married to a stranger, going on the run from the law and throwing a party at their community living house.
Forrest gets revenge; is institutionalized; and tries to earn some fast cash.
Forrest has road rage; and goes to an orgy.
Forrest reviews eating far too many pancakes, divorcing his wife, and eating twice as many pancakes as before.
Forrest reviews the joys of theft, getting lost in drug addiction, and having a great time at prom.
Zach Stone decides to produce a reality show and find fame, rather than go to college.
Andy hopes to inspire the staff by taking them on a trip to Gettysburg. Meanwhile, those who stay behind in Scranton are prodded by Robert to come up with great ideas for the company.moreless
Jim, Toby, and Gabe run a search committee to find the new Scranton branch manager, with Darryl and Andy vying for consideration alongside a host of outside applicants.
Jo visits the Scranton branch to get an update and weigh in on the search committee's progress, while the staff all voice their opinions on who should become the manager. Oscar is torn whether to tell Angela his suspicion that Robert is gay.moreless
Michael is subjected to counseling with Toby. When a Steamtown Mall merchant snubs Dwight, he goes out for revenge. Pam wants a new job title.
A new assistant's incompetence has the Dunder Mifflin staff up in arms, but Michael refuses to fire him, as he's his nephew. Andy tries to ignore Erin's dating of Gabe. Pam tries to make up for ruining Jim's pranking of Dwight by playing a practical joke of her own.moreless
When the prospective buyer of Dunder Mifflin sends a banker to the Scranton branch to do due diligence, it sets off a wave of reminiscing about the various events the employees have been involved in.moreless
When Dwight's unannounced fire-safety drill gives Stanley a heart attack, Michael decides the office needs help with stress relief. While watching a bootleg movie, Andy believes Jim and Pam are film gurus from hearing them discuss her parents' faltering marriage.moreless
When Holly leads a seminar on ethics, she realizes how unethical the Scranton branch really is. Jim tallies Dwight's 'time theft'.
Michael gets fascinated by a chair model in a catalog, leading to a desire to move on from Jan. Kevin and Andy team up to gain parking spaces back for Dunder Mifflin lost during another complex tenant's construction work.moreless
Michael tries to be supportive when he finds out one of his new employees has a prison record.