In the mock-doc's Season 6 opener, the Dunder-Mifflin staffers share gossip about the summer interns. Michael, feeling left out of the fun chatter, desperately goes hunting for the next big rumor to spread. Meanwhile, sexual-identity issues rattle Andy.
It's an undercover mission at the office when Toby and Dwight lurk in the shadows to investigate a workers'-compensation claim filed by warehouse denizen Darryl. Meanwhile, Pam gets busy on a guest list for the wedding; and Michael feels defensive following a request from Jim.
Corporate honcho David Wallace (Andy Buckley) floors the staffers with news that not all will receive raises for the year. Elsewhere, Jim pushes Dwight too far, so Dwight sets out to form office alliances. And Pam focuses on her wedding-gift wish list.
Part 1 of 2. The staffers travel to Niagara Falls to celebrate Jim and Pam's nuptials---but no one must mention Pam's pregnancy. Meanwhile, Michael, Dwight and Andy seek lusty liaisons with wedding guests.
Jim and Pam return from their honeymoon, only to get walloped with stunning news regarding the identity of Michael's newest sweetheart. Meanwhile, Dwight delivers a bizarre peace offering to Jim in an effort to make amends for years of torment.
It's a scare fare for Halloween when the branch organizes a haunted house for community children. Meanwhile, Michael literally plunges into an important business meeting: He falls into a koi pond. And Pam and Andy use cold-calling methods to pull in more business.
Jim and Pam, finally having run out of excuses, agree to go out on a double date with Michael and Helene (Linda Purl). Meanwhile, Dwight deviates from the norm, performing good deeds for his coworkers.
Vicious rumors spread about Dunder Mifflin and have a powerful impact on Michael, who leads the office into a bizarre day of diversions and distractions, perturbing Jim and causing the staffers to question Michael's mental state. Meanwhile, Andy's nerdy bumbling prevents him from successfully wooing Erin.
Corporate bigwig David Wallace (Andy Buckley) summons a jubilant Michael to attend a shareholders meeting in New York City. Michael invites Andy, Dwight and Oscar to tag along. Meanwhile, Jim clashes with a lazy Ryan back at the office.
The kids won't be all right. Michael must inform a group of youths that he can't fulfill a promise he made to them 10 years earlier. Elsewhere, Jim steps up to maximize office morale by launching an employee-of-the-month plan.
There aren't many ho-ho-hos at Dunder Mifflin when Phyllis and Michael square off for the honor of playing Santa at the office holiday party. Meanwhile, Jim and Dwight try to spread holiday cheer---despite the not-so-jolly uncertainty of the company.
When a potential buyer arrives at Dunder Mifflin, Michael, Dwight, Andy and Pam team up to win his favor by highlighting their top-drawer contacts. Meanwhile, Michael reflects on memorable moments at the office.
A mysterious company named Sabre, headed by a magnetic, unorthodox CEO (Kathy Bates), swoops in and buys out Dunder Mifflin. As Michael balks at Sabre's new policies, Andy and Erin write a welcome song to greet the company. Meanwhile, Pam and Jim hope to get accepted into a desired day-care center. Christian Slater has a cameo.
In the wake of Sabre's buyout of Dunder Mifflin, new CEO Jo Bennett (Kathy Bates) arrives in Scranton, awing the staffers with her charismatic Southern style. But Bennett is against having two branch managers, a policy shift that impacts Michael and Jim, one of whom must step down from their managerial post and return to salesman duty. Meanwhile, a Valentine's Day plan blows up on Andy.
Part 1 of 2. It's delivery time for Pam when her contractions begin. She and Jim try to wait out the big moment for as long as possible, the staffers try to comfort her with food and entertainment, and Michael nervously anticipates the birth. Back at the office, Erin has lunch with Kevin, triggering jealousy in Andy.
Michael's objective to impress Sabre bigwig Jo Bennett (Kathy Bates) takes a big hit when someone else wows her. Meanwhile, Dwight creates havoc for Jim, who's just returned from paternity leave. And Andy and Erin's first date takes interesting turns. Zach Woods guest stars.
The sales staffers try to seal the deal with spiel when Sabre's newly minted "sales is king" policy energizes them but balloons their egos. Cut to Michael, who isn't above hiding all the new, well-regarded sales leads. Zach Woods guest stars.
The staffers raise spirits at a happy hour, but complications spill over when Michael goes to extremes to impress Jim and Pam's friend, resulting in his ouster from the bar. Meanwhile, Andy and Erin try to keep a secret; and Dwight reconsiders the wisdom of his "prenatal contract" with Angela.
Andy goes to extremes to make sure Erin has a very special Secretary's Day. But it all could backfire thanks to Michael, who informs Erin about Andy's past relationship with Angela. Meanwhile, Oscar creates a viral video that highlights similarities between Kevin's voice and Cookie Monster's voice.
Pam and Jim team up for their first sales pitch together. They deliver it to the manager of a regional hot spot, resulting in mix-ups when Michael has difficulty deciphering body language. Meanwhile, Dwight pushes Kelly to participate in the minority training program. Amy Pietz guest stars.
When Michael concludes that his girlfriend (Amy Pietz) is cheating on him, he enlists Dwight to snoop. Elsewhere, Andy receives a customer complaint and grows frustrated when none of his fellow staffers seem to care.
Newbie parents Jim and Pam are sleepless in Scranton, as they learn that it's awfully hard to stay awake at the office. Meanwhile, Michael displays unforeseen maturity when he discovers something negative about Donna (Amy Pietz). And it's the wrath of Angela when Dwight reneges on their most unusual contract.
In the Season 6 finale, the heat is on when the media discover that Sabre's printers catch on fire. When Sabre CEO Jo Bennett (Kathy Bates) arrives to unmask the whistle-blower, the staffers point accusatory fingers at Andy, who passionately denies that he's the leak.