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The office staff answer questions about the documentary and attend Dwight Schrute & Angela Martin's wedding at Schrute Farms.
The office staff answer questions about the documentary and attend a wedding.
Dunder Mifflin holds a Casino Night in the warehouse to benefit charity. While Michael faces the task of juggling two dates, Jim is forced to ponder the reality of transferring to the Stamford branch and what that means for his relationship with Pam.
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.
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.
Michael sends out an inappropriate Christmas card which lands him in hot water with his girlfriend, Carol. Tensions mount on the party planning committee between Angela, Pam, and Karen. The resulting tension leaves the office with two competing Christmas parties.
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.
A refreshed and rejuvenated Michael returns from his Jamaican vacation with an interesting photograph which circulates around the office. Meanwhile an awkward moment arises when Pam is caught in the middle of an argument between Jim and Karen.
Michael hopes to have a drama-free day to say his goodbyes. Deangelo and Andy try to make sure Michael's clients don't leave Dunder Mifflin as well.
Michael arranges a morale-boosting birthday party for Meredith and is determined to come up with the funniest message in her card. Dwight wants a pact with Jim to fight the downsizing, and Michael regrets showing off when Oscar asks for sponsorship for a charity walk being undertaken by his nephew.
Holly returns to fill in during Toby's jury duty, so Michael makes Pam throw a second office Christmas party to coincide with her return. Jim accepts Dwight's challenge to a snowball fight. Darryl anticipates Christmas with his daughter.
Pam is forced to deal with Andy's scrotal injury on her wedding night, while Kevin deals with the loss of his dress shoes on the morning of Jim and Pam's wedding.
Dunder Mifflin decides to produce an ad, but things go awry when Michael hijacks the production. Dwight is busy exploring Second Life, an online virtual reality game.
The Dunder Mifflin staff head to Niagara Falls for Jim and Pam's wedding, with the understanding that her pregnancy is a forbidden discussion topic, but Jim's slip of the tongue prods Michael to attempt damage control.
The annual customer survey holds shocking news for Dwight and Jim, and Jim and Pam make the most of their Bluetooth-enabled phones. Angela and Andy make an unusual choice for a wedding location.
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
At the Dunder Mifflin company picnic, Michael and Holly are reunited for the first time since their split and put on a show the attendees won't soon forget. The branches compete in a volleyball tournament.
Karen, now the regional manager of the Utica branch, attempts to lure Stanley away from Scranton. When Michael objects, he brings Jim and Dwight into his "war." Pam, Oscar and Toby are a part of a "Finer Things Club", which Andy tries to join.
The Michael Scott Paper Company's low prices continue to bleed business from Dunder Mifflin, but are so low the company can't attain profitability.
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.
Michael celebrates Phyllis' wedding shower by bringing two performers into the office: a stripper and a Ben Franklin impersonator. Meanwhile, Karen confronts Pam about her past history with Jim.
Michael tries to be supportive when he finds out one of his new employees has a prison record.
After learning that Ed Truck, the former regional manager, has died, Michael attempts to guide the Dunder Mifflin staff through their grief as he searches for the right way to honor a company man. Jim and Karen refuse to work until Karen can get her favourite kind of chips.
The summer activities of the Dunder Mifflin staff are highlighted, including an interbranch weight loss competition and following Pam at the Pratt Art School.
After Michael spills the beans about Angela's affair with Dwight, Andy and Dwight deal with the matter on their own. Michael is nervous about meeting at corporate with David Wallace.
As the office staff gets ready for the premier of their documentary, Jim and Dwight fill the position for the Assistant to the Assistant Regional Manager. Andy auditions for the reality TV show “The Next Great A Cappella Sensation.” Jim expresses his love for Pam and Dwight expresses his love for Angela; Darryl dances with the office staff.moreless
Michael is in trouble once again as Jan busts him for declaring it's "Movie Monday" where everyone watches a movie and neglects work. Angela pushes Dwight to make a move on Michael's job while Jim and his new team play Call of Duty.
Ryan gets the surprise of his life when Michael and Dwight travel to NYC to go clubbing with him and his friends. Back in Scranton, the staffers are upset that they have to spend Saturday working on Dunder Mifflin Infinity, and Jim's attempt to rescue them doesn't go as planned.
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.
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.
With a $4,300 surplus to spend, the workers fight amongst themselves in order to get what they want. Andy and Angela go to Schrute Farms to work on wedding plans.
The staff grows increasingly uncomfortable with Michael and Holly's PDAs. Jim and Pam regret a champagne Valentine's luncheon. Erin invites Andy to help on a romantic treasure hunt Gabe arranged for her.
It's Diwali, The Hindu Festival of Lights, and Michael encourages the entire Scranton branch to support Kelly and attend a local celebration, where Ryan faces Kelly's family. The Stamford branch Sales Department to stays late and Andy starts a drinking game.
Jim, Andy and Dwight take Michael out to Benihana to cheer him up. Michael and Andy bring back girls to the office party. Karen/Pam continue to compete with Angela with their Christmas parties.
Dwight finds his loyalties split between Michael and Charles. With Pam out of the office, Andy tries to become Jim's new confidant.
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.
Having invited the whole office, Andy hopes his local theater troupe's production of Sweeney Todd will be a chance to impress Erin. Meanwhile, Michael is miffed that his audition for the play went unrewarded, and Jim and Pam try to enjoy their night out without Cecilia.
Hearing of China's surging as an economic superpower convinces Michael that America desperately needs a new idea to keep pace. Dwight's cutbacks in the building lead to Pam suggesting it might be time for Dunder Mifflin to move. Darryl is annoyed with Andy's inane texts.
Holly discovers the vandalism to her Woody doll. The snowball fight between Jim and Dwight continues. Oscar's certain Angela's new boyfriend is gay. Pam tries to make the party fun for Darryl's daughter.
An emergency with CeCe forces Jim to abandon Michael at a gas station—without his phone or wallet—and Holly, Erin, and Dwight scour Scranton to find him. Gabe becomes offended when submissions to caption Pam's latest work of art insult Sabre.
Andy tells David Wallace that he is leaving Dunder Mifflin to pursue acting. Dwight has his black belt ceremony with his new sensei at the office during lunch.
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.
Michael awaits news of how Holly's ultimatum to A.J. demanding a proposal was received. Pam gets the office to share their resolutions.
Michael prepares Deangelo to host the annual Dundie Awards ceremony. Erin confronts the fact that she hates Gabe.
Michael helps Ryan generate capital for his Wuphf service. Dwight hosts a Thanksgiving hay festival in the parking lot. Jim learns he's run up against a Sabre sales commision cap.
Dwight is chosen for a task in Tallahassee and needs to pick some Scranton staffers to come with him. Pam comes back from maternity leave. Darryl tries to decipher a Valentine's Day gift from Val.
As the office staff gets ready for the premier of their documentary, Jim and Dwight fill the position for the Assistant to the Assistant Regional Manager. Andy auditions for the reality TV show “The Next Great A Cappella Sensation.” Jim expresses his love for Pam and Dwight expresses his love for Angela; Darryl dances with the office staff.moreless
Michael goes on a survival adventure into the woods—with nothing except the suit on his back—in retaliation for not getting an invite to a similar party from corporate. Back at the office, there is a birthday going on while Jim tries to revolutionize the party.
Michael, Jim, and Dwight run a scam to discover why a competing salesman from a smaller rival company in Throop is so successful. Meanwhile, Andy forms a band after learning a friend from Cornell has had a small taste of musical success.
Michael's idea to use Willy Wonka-style "Golden Tickets" for paper discounts for clients backfires. Kevin gets advice about dating from Andy, Jim, and Pam.
Michael repurposes his old office space into a cafe-disco lounge for the Dunder Miffin staff. Pam and Jim plan a secret trip to elope. Phyllis is taken aback by Bob's new secretary.
The office holds a garage sale in the warehouse, where Dwight challenges himself to see what he can get by trading, starting with a thumbtack. Michael decides to ask Holly to marry him.
A documentary crew arrives at the offices of Dunder Mifflin to observe the employees and learn about modern management. Manager Michael Scott tries to paint a happy picture, while sales rep Jim fights with his nemesis Dwight and flirts with receptionist Pam.
Michael hosts a pancake luncheon to promote his new company. Dwight and Andy find themselves in competition for a girl yet again, while Jim is confused when a "rundown" is requested by Charles.
After fearing too much stress in his employees, Michael organizes a roast of himself in the warehouse- one which ends up hurting him more than helping others. Dwight uses a sign-in sheet to trick people into signing his apology letter. Jim must deal with what he said to Pam's father to make them her parents want to divorce.moreless
When Holly leads a seminar on ethics, she realizes how unethical the Scranton branch really is. Jim tallies Dwight's 'time theft'.
Michael tries to frame Toby after he discovers he's back working in the office. Someone makes a big mess in the microwave at the office and won't clean it up. Jim buys his parents' house.
Michael tries to recruit a dream team to work for his new paper company. Jim quickly regrets fibbing to Charles that he plays soccer.
As his new boss becomes even more watchful, Michael's behavior becomes increasingly careless, Pam deals with a difficult copier, and Kelly has a new crush.
Michael plans to celebrate his 15th anniversary at Dunder Mifflin with a party, but the new Vice President interferes. Jim's most recent prank on Dwight backfires.
Andy forces the remaining Scranton staff to work overtime to make up for all the people in Tallahassee, where Dwight and Packer vie to be Nellie's vice president.
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.
The Dunder Mifflin staff have a Halloween costume contest. Michael's upset after Darryl gives an idea to corporate without running it by him first. Pam tries to make Danny open up about their dating past.
Jim tries to warn Dwight when he learns Robert plans to slam the Sabre Store concept. Andy discovers Erin won't be returning to Scranton. Toby and Darryl compete to sell cookies to Kevin.
Dwight goes to great lengths to impress Nellie with an overblown demonstration of the new Sabre Store. Meanwhile, Andy's embarrassing injury leads to a Scranton branch self-defense class from Toby.
Michael helps Holly move following her transfer to Nashua, NH. Meanwhile, Pam discovers people at corporate are less enthused about Halloween than she, and Dwight agitates Andrew by applying to Cornell.
At Sabre HQ, Dwight does all he can to get attention from Nellie Bertram. Back in Scranton, Andy takes over Erin's duties at reception.
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.
After Michael learns from Stanley that the rumor he spread about him having an affair is based on fact, he makes up rumors about everyone else, hoping they'll all be uncovered and disbelieved, but accidentally concocting a rumor that's actually true in the process.
Following a burglary at Dunder Mifflin on the night of his third date with Holly, Michael organizes an auction to replace what was stolen. Pam has a job at corporate to help with finances. Dwight seeks Phyllis' help to win Angela back.
After Stanley snaps at Michael during a meeting, Toby tries to convince him that Stanley needs to be dealt with. Dwight buys Andy's car. Pam's forced to wear old glasses instead of her contacts.
Michael enlists Dwight's help when he thinks Donna may be cheating. Andy can't get people in the office to help with a customer complaint.
The office staff is shocked that Michael seems ready to continue seeing Donna despite having learned that she's married. Jim and Pam's sleep deprivation from their new baby leaves them exhausted. Angela and Dwight bring in a mediator to settle their pre-natal contract.
Michael, Oscar, and Darryl go with Pam to her alma mater's job fair, trying to find a summer intern. In an attempt to woo a major client, Jim, Andy, and Kevin go golfing. Back at the office, Dwight tries to prevent the rest of the staffers from leaving early.
Prior to its sale, Robert hosts a pool party at his mansion where Erin hits on Dwight to make Andy jealous.
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
Andy's Twelve Days of Christmas-themed Secret Santa gifts to Erin do more harm than good. Dwight and Jim hope to infuse the staff with holiday spirit, but Jim's decision to let Phyllis play Santa at the Dunder Mifflin Christmas party ires Michael. A new warehouse worker catches Oscar's eye.
The Accountants try and search for some missing money. The episodes are:
"The Books Don't Balance" - July 13, 2006: The accountants inform Jan that the books don't balance and $3000 is missing.
"Phyllis" - July 13, 2006: The accountants question Phyllis and she makes a confession.
"Meredith" - July 20, 2006: The accountants question Meredith about the missing cash.
"Stanley" - July 27, 2006: The accountants talk to Stanley.
"Someone in the Warehouse" - August 03, 2006: Kevin thinks Angela has a crush on Roy, who ends up being questioned.
"The Memo" - August 10, 2006: The accountants type a memo for the thief to come forward.
"Things Are Getting Tense" - August 17, 2006: With new developments, the accountants start turning on each other.
"You're Mean" - August 24, 2006: The accountants wait for Michael to leave his office, and Angela is mean to Kevin.
"Michael's Office" - August 31, 2006: The accountants check Michael's office for evidence of the money. After finding nothing, Oscar and Kevin decide Angela must talk to him.
"The Best Day of My Life" - September 07, 2006: Dwight confronts Angela about her decision to accuse Michael of taking the money. Meanwhile, Kevin and Oscar discover that the missing funds are merely an accounting mistake.
Dwight presses Jim for information from the trial he was a juror on. Meanwhile, Angela gives birth.
A drunken Robert shutters a close by Dunder Mifflin branch, leading to Dwight and Jim teaming up to get their clients. Meanwhile, Andy plots his return to the Scranton branch.
As head of the Party Planning Committee, Phyllis decides to throw a Moroccan-themed holiday party. Trouble starts when Meredith's hair catches on fire, and Michael tries to help. Dwight gets a stranglehold on the hottest Christmas toy.
Michael screens his finally completed Threat Level Midnight for the Dunder Mifflin staff.
Andy hosts a garden party at Schrute Farms, hoping to impress Robert, but feels his family's presence isn't helping.
A mystery woman at the office blood drive catches Michael's eye. Dwight and Kevin both find women at the "Lonely Hearts Party," while Jim and Pam are forced to leave because of PDAs—so they have lunch with Phyllis and Bob.
With Pam in tow, Michael gets sent around to other Dunder Mifflin branches to explain Scranton's success. Dwight and Jim, the new heads of the party planning committee, forget Kelly's birthday, and Andy falls for one of Stanley's account contacts.
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.
Michael gets worried after David Wallace and Jim have a private meeting. Pam tries to get a headcount for the wedding. Darryl's worker's compensation claim makes Dwight suspicious.
Clark returns from his sex jaunt with Jan and gifts the office with a new espresso maker, which everyone abuses. Dwight takes him to sell a father - son suit warehouse. Meanwhile, Darryl interviews at Jim's company and Pam comes for a surprise visit.
Michael is sent on a business trip to Canada and brings Oscar and Andy along with him. There he meets a beautiful woman. Oscar and Andy bond over some drinks. Jim counts down the days until Pam is done with art school. Ryan and Kelly start hooking up again.
Erin checks the calendar and realizes that the office's annual Christmas party is today, but no one has made any plans for it. Wanting a party everyone suggests ideas for a theme: tropical, topless, etc. Because there is no agreement Angela calls an emergency meeting of the Party Planning Committee. After careful consideration, they agree to proceed with Dwight's concept: a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch celebration where he appears as "Saint Nicholas' rural German companion Belsnickel."moreless
Jim quickly learns the downside of management after he informs the staff that there's not enough money for everyone to get a COLA raise, including Dwight trying to rally everyone against him. Pam pushes for cash instead of traditional wedding gifts.
The staff aren't sure if Donna is flirting with Michael to get a good deal on printers or out of genuine interest in him. Dwight tells Kelly she should enroll in Sabre's "Print in All Colors" minority executive training program.
Pam interviews for a job in Philadelphia, but her potential manager reminds her of her former boss, Michael Scott. Dwight acquires the help of Angela in order to give his elderly Aunt Shirley a bath. Meanwhile, Andy attempts to make Pete and Erin feel uncomfortable.
Michael falls into a koi pond during a sales visit, prompting a slew of mockery in the office. Pam and Andy make cold calls, where they're constantly mistaken for a couple.
Andy tries to quash the endless pranking between Jim and Dwight. Robert tries to drink away his blues at the office Christmas party, while Erin lets her feelings out after a few too many drinks.
Dwight rents a bus for the office staff to temporarily work in.
Angela goes to Dwight for help when she learns that her husband is having an affair with Oscar. Stanley and Phyllis take advantage of Jim when he needs a favor, and Pete distracts Pam as she begins painting her mural.
Michael brings Dwight, Andy, and Oscar to NYC when he's being recognized at the Dunder Mifflin shareholder meeting as their top manager. Meanwhile, Jim has trouble getting the rest of the staff to believe he has the same authority as Michael.
Andy tries to give Erin the perfect Secretary's Day, but gets in hot water when Michael reveals his past with Angela. Oscar makes a video comparing Kevin to the Cookie Monster, leading to Gabe trying to flex some authoratative muscle.
The elevators are under maintenance and the office workers have to walk up the stairs, a situation everyone deems the "Stairmageddon". Exhausted after climbing the stairs, Stanley refuses to go back down in order to close a sale with one of their bigger clients. Dwight is forced to shoot Stanley with a few bull tranquillizer darts to knock him out. Dwight and Clark then take a drugged Stanley on the sales call. Pam and Jim spend time talking with Nellie and Toby respectively about their marital troubles and couples counselling. Angela attends a press conference with the senator who outs himself as gay on television, and shocking both her and Oscar, reveals his relationship to his press secretary. Andy meets with talent agent Carla Fern.moreless
Michael and Dwight spy on a rival paper company. The rest of the office debates whether or not Hilary Swank is hot.
Jim and Pam are stunned to discover Michael is dating her mother. Dwight bugs Jim's office under the guise of a gift.
When Oscar reveals a trivia contest in Philadelphia has a $1,000 prize, Andy has the office go to raise money to buy up paper to meet quarterly sales expectations. Dwight goes to Sabre HQ in Florida to look for a new job.
Andy discovers that he may be a distant relative of Michelle Obama. His elation turns to embarrassment after his employees jump to some negative conclusions about his family. Meanwhile, Pam bonds with Nellie, leading to an emotional and surprising confrontation with Jim.
A list left by Robert has everyone's name in one of two unlabeled columns, leaving the Scranton branch to try and figure out exactly what it means.
Pam and Jim find themselves making an embarrassing blunder after the birth of their baby. Michael sets up Erin and Kevin for a breakroom lunch date, making Andy jealous.
Jim is forced to miss Cece's first recital after a major investor exits his company. Dwight tries to prevent Darryl from leaving the office. Nellie accidentally outs Pete and Erin. Jim is upset with Pam because of her faillure to record Cece's recital, but the argument quickly escalates into a major fight about Jim's business venture. Boom mic operator Brian enters the shot to comfort a distressed Pam.moreless
Andy hopes to make some sales by hosting a business seminar, and one attendee makes Jim very uncomfortable. Michael tries to get a dejected Holly back into the improv spirit. Erin's frustrated at her inability to beat Gabe at Scrabble.
Everyone in the office is excited when international promos for the documentary surface, but are soon horrified to discover how much candid filming has taken place. While everyone panics about their secrets being revealed, Pam reflects upon how much she and Jim have changed over the past nine years. Dwight makes Angela jealous when he starts dating a Brussels sprout farmer, who Clark suspects may be trying to lure Dwight into a scam. Andy battles rude comments on the Internet. Meanwhile, Jim and Darryl have a big meeting with Major League baseball player, Ryan Howard, who pitches a bizarre sci-fi sports movie about himself.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.
With Jim and Pam hoping to delay arriving at the hospital until after midnight so they can stay two full nights, the office staff do what they can to distract Pam after she starts having her first contractions.
Michael is upset with Ryan when he realizes there is no party in New York. When the pizza delivery man refuses to give Michael a discount he gets held hostage, and Dwight is in charge of guiding him. Jim and Pam sneak away from the party and have a romantic date on the roof.moreless
Dwight takes charge of the office and immediately imposes his will on the staff. Gabe hopes to get back together with Erin.
A decade-old promise to pay college tuition for a bunch of children comes back to haunt Michael. With rumors of Dunder Mifflin going under dragging down the staff, Jim hopes an Employee of the Month award will raise spirits, unaware it's a ploy by Dwight to get him fired.
Dunder Mifflin CEO David Wallace tasks Dwight with finding a part-time replacement for Jim; Dwight in turns enlists several of his close friends, including his cousin Mose. Pam tries to find out who her new desk mate will be.
Andy is put in an awkward position when Robert tells him not to hire his wife, who's hoping of getting a job in the office. Dwight tries to convince Darryl to join his fitness center.
Michael starts up an audiotape murder-mystery game to distract staff from rumors of Dunder Mifflin filing for bankruptcy. Andy uses the game's Southern flavor as cover to ask out Erin, but is unsure if she thinks it's for real.
Sabre's CEO visits and tells Michael and Jim that one of them must take a step down and go back to sales. Andy's Valentine's Day cards leaves Kelly thinking she's the one he's interested in.
Robert challenges the Scranton branch to double their sales. Meanwhile, Pam and Angela hope to support each other through their pregnancies.
Andy must help his family when his dad loses all of their money. Meanwhile, Dwight is a guest on a radio show, and his co-workers call in to bother him. Kevin learns a secret about Oscar. This episode features the return of Andy's brother Walter Jr. who is now a drunk.moreless
Holly is stood up by Oscar's yoga teacher leaving it to Michael to successfully cheer her up. Jim and Pam deal with their recent separation by a highway rendezvous and a very special proposal. Angela and Dwight deal with their secret affair, as her wedding with Andy quickly approaches.
Jim and Pam go on a double date with Pam's mom and Michael. Dwight starts being nice to everyone in the office, hoping to gain favors owed to him, but his plan is hampered by Andy's excessive politeness.
The office has two new faces, Clark and Pete. When Clark gets the nickname "the New Dwight" and Peter becomes "the New Jim," it causes existential crises on the part of both Dwight and Jim. The two older workers have to figure out their future plans at the Scranton branch.
Hoping to get Gabe and Michael to be more friendly to one another, Erin organizes a Glee viewing party for the staff at Gabe's. Meanwhile, Andy's jealousy over Erin and Gabe's relationship intensifies.
Dwight gives the Scranton branch workers free family portraits. Robert gets a great new opportunity. Andy poses as a janitor in his attempt to rejoin Dunder Mifflin.
Pam accidentally brings lice into the office and lets Meredith take the fall, while Dwight vows to destroy the parasites. Meanwhile, Jim has a fantastic day in Philly wooing a potential business associate. Meanwhile, Phyllis, Nellie and Kevin meddle in Darryl's love life.
Dwight and Angela compete in an office-wide paper airplane contest where the winner gets a prize. A talent agent named Carla Fern helps Andy with his first acting role. Jim and Pam's new couples counseling skills are unleashed.
Kevin pursues a unique solution in an effort to pay back his looming gambling debts. The episodes are:
"Money Trouble"-July 10, 2008: Kevin tries to find out from Oscar if a loan from the bank actually needs to be used for what the claim says.
"Malone's Cones"-July 17, 2008: Kevin meets with a bank person to try and get a loan, but the man doesn't really believe Kevin.
"Exposed Wires"-July 24, 2008: Darryl catches Kevin faking a payment to someone and agrees to help him get the loan.
"Taste the Ice Cream"-July 31, 2008: Darryl and Kevin go to the bank and try and get the loan by having the woman taste the ice cream.
Dwight and Andy believe an insurance saleman calling on Michael is a Mafioso. Kevin inadvertently ruins Jim and Pam's honeymoon.
Dwight starts a doomsday device that counts down employees' mistakes, with them all getting fired if it reaches zero. Gabe takes a liking to a warehouse employee.
Todd is ready to stop being a travelling salesman and wants to take a desk job in Scranton. Andy deals with a glitchy computer and Pam's hesitance to get him a new one.
Jim and Pam get a surprising invitation to Roy's wedding only to discover that a lot has changed with Roy. Meanwhile, back at the office, Andy and Erin prepare for a Dwight Jr's audition and someone tries to interfere.
Andy makes a huge mistake when he shows up at a fundraising auction for Robert Lipton. Nellie needs Darryl to show her how a taco is eaten.
Cecelia's christening is overcrowded due to Michael's inviting the entire office staff.
Pam wants Dwight to help get Jim to admit he thinks her maternity leave replacement is pretty. Meanwhile, Robert joins Kevin, Andy, and Darryl's band.
When Sabre CEO Jo Bennett returns to Scranton to get to the bottom of who told the press about their printers catching on fire, suspicion falls on Andy.
Michael and Pam take a trip to Nashua, hoping to get closure from Holly. Dwight and Jim try to make up for forgetting Kelly's birthday. Angela deals with her cats in a feline manner herself.
Someone vandalizes Pam's warehouse mural. Distraught, she seeks the help of Dwight and Nellie, who both eagerly help her track down the vandal. Meanwhile, in their Philadelphia apartment, Darryl is uncomfortable with Jim's uncleanliness. Angela begrudgingly allows Oscar and Kevin to attend her son Phillip's first birthday party.
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.
Andy returns to Scranton to find his manager's position usurped by Nellie. Kelly is surprised to learn she finds another man to be more perfect than Ryan.
Michael has trouble adjusting to Dunder Mifflin's acquisition by a printer company called Sabre and tries to turn to David Wallace for advice. Jim and Pam interview to get their impending baby into a good daycare.
The warehouse workers quit after winning the lottery, leaving the upstairs staff to dream of winning big while searching for new employees and temporarily taking on the warehouse jobs themselves.
After inviting his former college a cappella group, Here Comes Treble, to perform for the office during Halloween, Andy gets angry when he hears that his college friend Broccoli Rob is telling a different story about the group. Dwight tries to track down a madman in the office; Jim and Pam fight over his new job.moreless
The arrival of Michael's replacement for training has the staff lining up to curry favor with their new boss, with Andy trapped in the role of 'office funny guy' and Jim and Pam worrying they're too obvious in their fawning.
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
Robert forces the Scranton branch to host a welcome party for Nellie, but the planners aren't so willing. Erin and Andy role play his break-up from Jessica.
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.
Oscar—looking to spend time with Matt from the warehouse—sets in motion a Dunder Mifflin happy hour, where Michael seeks to impress a friend of Jim and Pam's. Andy desperately wants to hide he and Erin's relationship to avoid drama. Dwight's latest encounter with Isabel has him reconsidering his pre-natal contract with Angela.moreless
Oscar attends the funeral of Dwight's Aunt Shirley at Schrute Farms. Dwight's sister Fannie and brother Jeb also attend and Shirley stipulates in her will that they are set to inherit her farm only if they choose to live and work it themselves. Todd Packer returns to the office to make amends as part of an alcoholic and narcotics recovery process but instead hands out cupcakes laced with laxatives and drugs.moreless
After Oscar has an outburst on the phone, the workers investigate what caused it. The episodes are:
"The Call"-November 20, 2008: After the outburst on the phone Andy says he'll pay $100 to whoever finds out who he was talking to. Oscar receives a call from the person who he yelled at and leaves the area where everyone is spying.
"The Investigation"-November 26, 2008: Kevin, Andy, Creed and Phyllis all try and get Oscar to tell them who he was yelling at on the phone.
"The Search"-December 4, 2008: Some of the staffers look through Oscar's personal items to see if they can figure out the mystery.
"The Explanation"- December 11, 2008: Oscar finally reveals who he yelled at, and the staffers are not too pleased.
Seeing that Sabre's policy of putting salespeople first has gone to the sales staffs' heads, Michael makes them jump through hoops to get access to a new set of leads sent from corporate. Meanwhile, the sales team looks to make amends to the rest of the office for their recently inflated egos.moreless
Creed blackmails various members of the office. The episodes are:
"Oscar"-May 7, 2009: Oscar receives a video from Creed stating he has a secret about Oscar and will reveal it if he doesn't pay him money and Oscar asks Creed what the secret is.
"Andy"-May 14, 2009: In order to save himself from being blackmailed Andy reveals what his secret is to The Office. Creed overhears someone else's secret.
"Kelly"-May 21, 2009: Kelly gets out of being blackmailed by giving Creed dirt on the other staffers.
"Pay Day"-May 28, 2009: The staffers who are being blackmailed by Creed come together and find dirt on him, and try to blackmail him instead.
Erin desperately tries to create the exact Halloween party that Robert and Andy envision. Meanwhile, Jim is aghast to discover Pam believes in ghosts, and Dwight and Robert's son strike up a friendship.
Andy takes a road trip to reclaim Erin, affording Nellie an oppurtunity to take a run at his manager's position in Scranton.
Deangelo creates an inner circle for his favorite employees, and the women notice it seems to be all guys.
Erin wants to make a career change and finds herself a mentor in Angela. The episodes are:
"The Pupil"-March 4, 2010: Erin decides she wants to become an accountant and Angela agrees to take her under her wing, and makes Erin look and act just like her.
"Reimbursements"-March 4, 2010: Erin is finding it hard to be as tough as Angela as she hands out reimbursement checks.
"Lunchtime"-March 4, 2010: Kelly and Ryan invite Erin out to lunch but Angela says there is important work to be done. Kelly and Angela fight over Erin.
"BFFs?"-March 4, 2010: Kelly tries and convince Erin to be her BFF. Erin decides to stop being mentored by Angela and Kevin takes over. Ryan is thinking about getting a threesome between, him, Kelly and Erin.
Kelly and Erin form their own girl group, Subtle Sexuality, and get Ryan and Andy to assist them with their first music video, "Male Prima Donna". The episodes are:
"Creative Differences"-October 29, 2009: With most of the staff away at a convention, Erin and Kelly, who have recently formed a girl's group, decide to shoot their first music video, and Ryan agrees to help, but doesn't like how things go.
"The Replacement"-October 29, 2009: After Ryan quits the shoot, Kevin says he'd like to join, but Kelly and Erin are a bit skeptic. They see Andy singing, and decide to ask him to join, and Ryan gets jealous when he finds out he's been replaced.
"The Music Video"-October 29, 2009: Andy edits the video and then they premiere it. Ryan winds up being in it.
Michael is flummoxed when Jo takes a liking to Darryl and his new shipping idea. Dwight proves to be agitating when Jim returns from paternity leave. Andy and Erin have their first date planned. When Jo stays late working, everyone else feels they have to, too.
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.
Ryan attempts to make a horror film titled The 3rd Floor using Dunder Mifflin as a location, and staffers as actors. The episodes are:
"Moving On"-October 28, 2010: Kelly and Erin's group, Subtle Sexuality, are struggling to be famous and are looking for other ways. Ryan wants to make a horror movie but gets turned down. Kelly suggests he use the office, and the staff.
"Lights. Camera. Action!"-October 28, 2010: Ryan starts filming his movie but gets in trouble when he scares the staff to get real reactions. Ryan enlists Gabe's help on the film.
"The Final Product"-October 28, 2010: The trailer for the movie is shown: A woman (played by Meredith) puts a curse on the Third Floor after she is denied help by Kelly. Erin plays the part of all the serial killers put together and goes on a killing spree.
Gabe attempts to record a podcast in the office about the Sabre website, hoping to impress corporate. The episode are:
"Gabe's Podcast"-January 20, 2011: After finding out Oscar has a blog on the Sabre website Gabe decides to make a podcast, and tries to find staffers who would be interested in helping.
"The First Entry"-January 20, 2011: A bunch of the staff agree to do the podcast, and Gabe holds a meeting.
"The Debut"-January 20, 2011: Gabe tries to make a simple podcast relating to business, but typical antics of the office makes it a disaster.
The series focuses on Kelly and Erin's girl group called Subtle Sexuality. The episodes are:
"The Story of Subtle Sexuality"-May 4, 2011: A behind-the-scenes documentary chronicling the history of Subtle Sexuality, and introduces their newest single.
"Girl Next Door"-May 4, 2011:The music video for "Girl Next Door"-Ryan plays a jock who falls for Kelly, playing a rich girl, while Kelly is a poor girl, and wishes she could have Ryan.