After a episode that was done mostly out of the office it was nice to have one all done in the office. It was also nice to have more laughs not that the last one didn't. Hard as it may be to believe but, Michael grew up in this episode. After Holly and Michael decide to end things, he announces he is engaged. When he calls his mom about the announcement, (speaker phone, nice line by Andy) it quickly falls apart. I think he grows because he is able to do his job (as well as he can) without being a distraction. Remember when Carole broke up with him, he wanted Christmas canceled. and when his realtionship with Jan ended, he fell in love with a girl from a photo. He is able to do the annual customer reviews. Also remember when he did reviews with the whole staff earlier in the series he wanted to spend more time on a phone call that Jan left.
Things are going along smoothly until he finds out that Jim and Dwight got bad reviews. It was a little surprising for Jim. This leads to Michael helping out Jim and Dwight. The scene with Dwight and Jim in the conference room with Michael observing and helping was one of the best Jim and Dwight scenes in the series. Dwight being a conspiracy theorist, thinks someone or something is screwing him and Jim. It was funny when Dwight told Jim to get in the car to only park in the lot with the music playing. It turns out Dwight is right when Kelly was the one who wrote the bad reviews from the customers. How Kelly did it was understandable for her. It was a nice scene with her and Michael when she was in his office. Great acting done by Jim when he found out that Pam may stay longer in New York. when that guy (who wasn't trying to get Pam for himself) told Pam she should stay longer in the city. The conservation between Jim and Pam was pretty entertaining. Another good scene when Dwight was going over the details for Angela's and Andy's wedding.
All in all a very good episode that needed to be done after the last episode.