After a murder at a black-tie social event, Molly is on the hunt for an assassin who's killing off abusive husbands. All the while, Molly has to deal with Jake's delays for their pending divorce.moreless
A philandering senator who takes risqué photos of himself becomes Olivia's latest client. Elsewhere, Mellie becomes entangled in a scandal with a congresswoman.
The office pairs into couples so that they may all be able to take advantage of a Valentine's Day discount at a mini-mall. After Andy returns from his boat trip, Erin decides that she is going to break up with him so that she can be with Pete, but Pete begins to doubt her. Pam and Jim share lunch with Brian, the documentary's sound man.moreless
In order to land the Scranton White Pages as a client, Dwight must confront his inability to speak to women; Jim's teleconference with his business partners is subject to distraction; Angela and Oscar follow Senator Lipton to the gym; the office stages a mustache contest.moreless
Tommy, Eddie, Barry and Stevie are just four regular guys with day jobs. But when the weekend comes, they become "Mother of the Bride", one of the most hardworking wedding and event bands in Seattle struggling to play the big parties. When Tommy is approached by the woman who broke his heart and is asked to play her wedding, the band has a chance to make a name for themselves with the biggest party planners in town, Rutherford Events.moreless
Michael screens his finally completed Threat Level Midnight for the Dunder Mifflin staff.
A cold sore leads to Michael contacting all his old girlfriends telling them he has herpes. Meanwhile, Andy hosts a sex ed forum for the staff.
Dwight helps Michael prepare for the birth of Jan's baby, but when she shows up and already has the baby, Michael doesn't know what to do. Michael vows to feign dislike for Holly to appease Jan. Pam and Jim have trouble communicating while she's at art school. Dwight tests the invincibility of Jan's stroller after finding out how much it costs.moreless
The summer activities of the Dunder Mifflin staff are highlighted, including an interbranch weight loss competition and following Pam at the Pratt Art School.
Toby leaves Dunder Mifflin, and Michael plans a huge goodbye party—out of joy. Angela refuses to help with it, so Michael turns to Phyllis. Dwight and Meredith harrass Holly, their new HR representative.moreless
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
Out of excuses, Jim and Pam join Jan and Michael for a dinner party. Things get complicated when Andy and Angela are asked to join, and Dwight's jealousy gets the best of him.moreless
When Jan sues Dunder Mifflin, Michael is deposed as a witness. Kelly and Pam practice their trash talk when Darryl and Jim play Ping-Pong.
Ryan returns to Scranton with a plan to bring Dunder Mifflin into the digital age by launching a new website—Dunder Mifflin Infinity. Michael is worried about ageism and attempts to win back clients using old fashioned business skills. Relationships are on the forefront as Ryan returns to an eager Kelly, Jim and Pam are outed to the office, and Angela is still upset with Dwight about her cat, Sprinkles.moreless
Jan arrives at the office and wins back Michael, due to her having breast implants. Pam gets ribbed for her comments during the Beach Games. Jim and Karen head off to New York for the interview. Michael puts Dwight in charge of the office, assuming he is getting the job.
Michael finds out that his interview is for Jan's job. Jim and Karen also are interviewing for the job. Dwight takes over the Scranton branch, and Andy becomes his number 2.