Conclusion. The desk jockeys' efforts to shed pounds in a corporate weight-loss challenge progresses. Meanwhile, Michael continues to build an awkward friendship with Holly; and a geographically separated Jim and Pam agree to meet one another.
Holly presides over a business-ethics meeting in the wake of Ryan's corporate scandal, but the seminar breaks into chaos when Michael allows the staffers to opine openly about workplace malfeasance. Elsewhere, Jim coerces Dwight to adhere to Dunder Mifflin (more…)
After thieves prey on the office, Michael takes a bite out of crime by holding an auction to raise funds to replace the stolen items. Elsewhere, Pam aims to land a part-time job at corporate to pay for art school; and Michael and Holly anticipate their dat (more…)
The annual customer-survey report delivers shocking results, particularly for Dwight and Jim. Meanwhile, a separated Jim and Pam try to spend all their time together via their phones. And Angela and Andy's wedding plans move forward, as they choose an unli (more…)
Thanks to Michael's running mouth, Andy finally learns that his beloved Angela had an affair with Dwight, a discovery that incites the two romantic rivals to square off. Elsewhere, Michael is on edge about a corporate appointment with bigwig Wallace (Andy (more…)
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