The Office may not be what it used to be, but this was another pretty good episode. There were definitely some weird moments, but for the most part, every character stuck to their strengths without going too far overboard, and some characters who haven't gotten any significant scenes in awhile (I'm talking specifically about Jim and Pam) get something to do besides having a couple of random scenes.
Michael always seems at his most genuine when he's around Holly, and while this episode had Michael and Holly doing one thing that the writers seemed intent on driving into our head over and over and over again, it was sweet to see them together again. And in a strange shift of tone, the episode turns into a goofy look at PDA in the office into a touching and somewhat sad look into Michael and Holly's relationship. As it turns out, the PDA ends up not being simply an quick way for characters to say easy jokes; it becomes a look into Michael and Holly's fear of losing each other.
Meanwhile, with Valentine's Day nearby, we look into two other couples that we haven't really heard about in awhile: Andy and Erin, who go on a scavenger hunt together (don't say that to Gabe; according to him, it's a "treasure hunt.") It was nice to see them together, and there was a clever little scene that was probably one of the more creative and clever things the show has done in awhile where Michael unofficially designates the closet as a place for people to have sex, and Andy and Erin are seen harmlessly coming out of it while Jim and Pam see them and grow nervous after they attempt to go in and use it for sex themselves. Speaking of Jim and Pam, their plot, while seeming somewhat pointless, was actually them at their most entertaining in a long time. Drunk Jim may be even funnier than Drunk Pam in "The Dundies" (this is a random thought, but can we get ANOTHER Dundies ceremoney?! That would make my year.)
Overall, the episode was great. Maybe it's easy to just overrate everything in this show now, seeing as the best Season 7 episodes have a hard time standing up to anything the show did in its early seasons, but this is one I would go back and watch again