This was sort of a follow up from the previous episode and arc for the next few ones. Michael is invited to the shareholder meeting where he takes Andy, Oscar, and Dwight. The ride with the four had going to and from the meeting was very entertaining. It remained me a little bit of the Canada episode from the previous season only that time Dwight wasn't included. This time might have been even better. I really enjoyed Oscar's line about being a shareholder in Dunder-Milfflin. He was better then usual which is normally very good. This is a small part but the man playing the CEO was a great choice. I also enjoyed how Michael did the spin after he made the big speech with lots of promises. One of my favorite parts was after Michael was criticized for being himself, he took off with Dwight, Andy, and Oscar. I only wish that during the shareholder meeting that Jan would've been there or someone would've asked about Ryan.
Speaking of Ryan, partly due to an e-mail he sent everyone in the office, everyone thinks that Jim doesn't have the same power as Michael. How Ryan handled the assignment that Jim gave to him remained me a little from season 5 when he ducked out of trying to make copies when he was with the Michael Scott Paper Company. I loved how Jim punished Ryan and how everyone saw.
This was another rose episode that was maybe a little behind the last one.