The Dunder Mifflin staff start taking too many liberties with their casual Friday dress. The rest of the sales team resents Pam and Ryan keeping clients they stole from them while at The Michael Scott Paper Company.
This is the second time Michael fake fires Pam, the first being in "Pilot". This is also the second time he fake fires the receptionist (also Pam in "Pilot").
Angela: The man is wearing sandals. I don't need to see Oscar's feet at work. Gross! He looks like he just got off the boat!
Michael: Dwight, let me make something clear to you. I set the rules, and you follow them—blindly.
Michael: Pam, could you come in, please? Have a seat.
Michael: Well, there's no easy way to saying this, so I think I will just... drag it out.
Michael: I have a very difficult decision to make. It's like last week, I was at the video store. Do I rent Devil Wears Prada again, or do I finally get around to see Sophie's Choice? It is what you would call a classic difficult decision.
Michael: I need your help. This whole Pam and Ryan debate is screwing with my head.
Jim: I don't wanna be bias, but I'm very close to Ryan. You know that.
Michael: You're close with Pam, too.
Jim: Well, she's nice, I guess.
Pam: [Michael] can only keep one of us as a sales person now. He'll make his decision by the end of the day.
Ryan: I think you should get it. You really grew into it.
Pam: Oh, I think you should get it. You've changed a lot, and you'd be good at it.
Ryan: If you really think that, would you tell that to Michael? That would go a long way coming from you.
Michael: No matter how I look at this I am in the wrong. And I've looked at this thing, like, a hundred different ways. From my point of view, from their point of view (long pause) 98 others... and bottom line, I'm in the wrong. I'm the bad guy.
Dwight: We want our clients back, or we quit, Michael.
Michael: Who quits?
Stanley: And me.
Andy: Me, too.
Michael: You guys gotta be kidding.
Dwight: No, we gotta be deadly serious. We'll start our own paper company. The Schrute, Bernard, Lapin-Vance, Stanley Paper Company.
Jim: I'm just hiding out until this stuff blows over, with Creed, playing chess, at work. He's winning. (long pause) Feels like I'm describing this dream I had.
Dwight: (serious tone) Do not ask me where I got the invisible ink. (smirking) Urine. It was urine.
Ryan: What you gotta do, is you gotta go down to that warehouse and you gotta crack some skulls—Chiklis style.
Michael: Yeah, The Commish.
Ryan: Yes, but Chiklis, Shield style, not Commish style.
Michael: Yeah, yeah, The Shield.
Toby: Well, I was in the seminary for a year and dropped out because I wanted to have sex with this girl, Cathy. Followed her back to Scranton. Took the first job I could find in HR. Later she divorced me. So, no, I wouldn't say I have a passion for HR.
Creed: I wanna set you up with my daughter.
Jim: Oh, I'm engaged to Pam.
Creed: I thought you were gay.
Jim: Then why would you want to set me up with your daughter?
Creed: I don't know.
The French episode title is "Mutinerie", meaning "Mutiny". The Spanish title is "Casual Friday".
Originally, Ellie Kemper's Erin was not meant to continue past this episode, but since the character was working out well, the role was continued.
International Airdates: Latin America: November 30, 2009 on Canal FX
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