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.
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 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 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.
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.
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jim and Pam are stunned to discover Michael is dating her mother. Dwight bugs Jim's office under the guise of a gift.
Dwight and Andy believe an insurance saleman calling on Michael is a Mafioso. Kevin inadvertently ruins Jim and Pam's honeymoon.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.