Part 1 of 2. Michael gleefully anticipates attending the company's Web-site launch party in New York. Meanwhile, Angela arranges a bash in Scranton, while Dwight gets wrapped up in a real paper chase: He tries to sell more paper than the Web site.
Conclusion. The company continues efforts to launch its Web site, as Angela throws a bash in Scranton and Michael gleefully anticipates attending a launch party in New York. Meanwhile, tight Dwight continues his paper chase: He tries to sell more paper than the Web site.
Part 1 of 2. Michael faces a ballooning personal debt. Meanwhile, it's a barn burner when Jim and Pam check in to the Schrute family farm, which has been converted into a bed-and-breakfast; and Jan revamps the condo.
When the Scranton office is tapped to appear in a commercial, entertainer wannabe Michael sees a prime chance to display his creative talent. Meanwhile, Dwight delves into an Internet-based virtual world.
New chieftain Ryan organizes a woodsy corporate retreat---but he excludes Michael, who in turn enters into the wilderness for his own survival adventure. Meanwhile, Jim tries to put a new spin on office birthday parties.
Jan and Michael host a dinner party. On the guest list are Jim and Pam, who have run out of excuses to avoid such a gathering, and Andy and Angela, a pairing that sends Dwight's jealousy soaring to new heights.
Michael and Dwight decide a trip to the Big Apple is in order. There, they hope to mingle with bigwig Ryan and his colleagues at the nightclubs. Back in Scranton, the staffers must work on Ryan's pet Web-site project---on a Saturday no less.
Office friction results when Stanley barks at Michael during a meeting, and Michael then works to adjust Stanley's attitude. In addition, Dwight revs up to buy Andy's car; and Pam encounters an unforeseen problem after spending a night at Jim's abode.