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Dwight takes charge of the office and immediately imposes his will on the staff. Gabe hopes to get back together with Erin.
Deangelo creates an inner circle for his favorite employees, and the women notice it seems to be all guys.
Special producer's cut of the episode. Michael hopes to have a drama-free day to say his goodbyes. Meanwhile, Deangelo and Andy try to make sure Michael's clients don't leave Dunder Mifflin as well.
Michael hopes to have a drama-free day to say his goodbyes. Meanwhile, Deangelo and Andy try to make sure Michael's clients don't leave Dunder Mifflin as well.
In the episode Goodbye, Michael Part 2, Michael Scott (Steve Carell) prepares to say his final goodbyes to his office mates at Dunder-Mifflin. Though he initially believes he has two days left at work, Michael is informed that he has only one before he has to leave Scranton and move to Colorado. While he initially has cold feet, Michael eventually becomes resolute and says an individual good-bye to each employee.moreless
Michael prepares Deangelo to host the annual Dundie Awards ceremony. Erin confronts the fact that she hates Gabe.
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.
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.
Michael screens his finally completed Threat Level Midnight for the Dunder Mifflin staff.
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.
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 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.