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In the Season 8 finale, Dwight offers free family portraits for the staffers. Elsewhere, a pilfered diaper results in a high-speed car chase; Andy poses as a janitor and stages a covert coup; and Robert considers taking on a new business endeavor.
In the ninth and final season opener, two young employees arrive, but the staffers label them as new versions of Jim and Dwight. Meanwhile, Andy returns from leadership training and targets Nellie for revenge; Oscar mulls over adopting Angela's cat; and Ke (more…)
Pam's ex-fiancé, Roy, gets married. Jim and Pam attend the wedding, but Roy's big day causes them to explore possible secrets in their own marriage. Meanwhile, Dwight arrogantly protests Nellie's charity initiative, and Clark woos Erin by enticing her wit (more…)
Andy flaunts his genealogy when he discovers he's related to Michelle Obama. Meanwhile, Darryl struggles in his new post; Dwight teaches Erin a new language to wow her boyfriend's family; and Nellie tries to persuade Pam that Jim's having an affair.
It's Halloween in the office, and the trick's on Andy when his college music group arrives to perform, leading to a confrontation with his frenemy, Broccoli Rob (Stephen Colbert). Elsewhere, Dwight suspects a psycho is running rampant in the office, and Ji (more…)
Dwight faces his greatest professional shortcoming—selling to women. As a result, the lady staffers step up to give him advice so he can successfully sell to an important female client. Meanwhile, Angela suspects her paramour is cheating; Andy uses techn (more…)
Angela discovers the harsh truth about her husband's affair with Oscar, so she reaches out to Dwight for help. Meanwhile, Jim requests a favor from Stanley and Phyllis; Pam begins painting a mural in the warehouse; and Pete creates a tower made out of comp (more…)
When Pam unwittingly brings lice into the office, Meredith gets blamed and Dwight goes on a quest to annihilate the tiny insects. Elsewhere, Jim courts a potential associate in Philadelphia, and three staffers snoop into Darryl's love life.
Despite creating the need for a diversity seminar, Michael feels he's the best candidate to run one, which he does after the facilitator leaves. Brown: Larry Wilmore. Kelly: Mindy Kaling. Pam: Jenna Fischer. Michael: Steve Carell. Jim: John Krasinski.
Dwight proposes an alliance with Jim to combat downsizing; Michael forces Pam to create a birthday party to improve morale. Meredith: Kate Flannery. Roy: David Denman. Dwight: Rainn Wilson. Pam: Jenna Fischer. Jim: John Krasinski.
Michael captains his handpicked basketball squad against a team from the warehouse, where Pam's boyfriend Roy works. Darryl: Craig Robinson. Lonny: Patrice O'Neal. Roy: David Denman. Jerry: Matt Decaro. Jim: John Krasinski. Pam: Jenna Fischer. Dwight: Rain (more…)
Michael fears a review of the company's sexual-harassment policies will curb the conviviality that he believes exists in the office. Packer: David Koechner. Toby: Paul Lieberstein. Jan: Melora Hardin. Pam's Mom: Shannon Cochran. O'Malley: R.F. Daley.