Conclusion. The staffers anticipate the TV premiere of their documentary. Meanwhile, Dwight plans to propose to Esther while overseeing interviews for an office position; Angela brings her baby to work; and Andy attends auditions.
Part 1 of 2. The staffers anticipate the TV premiere of their documentary. Meanwhile, Dwight plans to propose to Esther while overseeing interviews for an office position; Angela brings her baby to work; and Andy attends auditions.
Conclusion. Andy works up the courage to quit his job and pursue his dreams of stardom. Meanwhile, Dwight at last earns his karate black belt and delights in his best day at the office; and Jim returns to Scranton in a bid to have quality time with Pam.
Part 1 of 2. Andy works up the courage to quit his job and pursue his dreams of stardom. Meanwhile, Dwight at last earns his karate black belt and delights in his best day at the office; and Jim returns to Scranton in a bid to have quality time with Pam.
An office-wide paper-airplane contest is held. Meanwhile, Andy takes on his first acting role in an industrial film and gets help from a local talent agent (Roseanne Barr); Jim and Pam tap into their new relationship skills learned from couples counseling.
The staffers are forced to use the stairs when the elevator goes out of service. Elsewhere, Dwight coerces Stanley to make a crucial sales call; Nellie and Toby help Pam and Jim with their marital challenges; and Angela supports her man. Roseanne Barr guest stars.
Excitement fills the office when promos begin airing on television for their documentary. Elsewhere, Dwight dates a farmer, stirring jealousy in Angela; and Jim has an important meeting with baseball player Ryan Howard (playing himself).
The adventures of Dwight at his family beet farm and bed-and-breakfast come to light. Here, he and his siblings receive a surprise inheritance. Back at the office, Todd Packer tries to atone for a lifetime of boorish behavior.
The staffers pair up as faux couples to score a Valentine's Day discount at a mall. Elsewhere, Erin tells Pete that she'll break up with Andy when he returns, yet Pete has his doubts. Also: Jim and Pam socialize with the documentary's soundman.
Dwight and Nellie are on the case to catch the mysterious vandal who defaced Pam's warehouse mural. Elsewhere, Darryl struggles with Jim's cleanliness habits in their shared apartment in Philadelphia; Angela throws a birthday bash for her son and, with hesitation, invites Oscar and Kevin.
Dwight is tasked with hiring a part-time salesman to be Jim's substitute, so he rounds up a supergroup of his cronies, including his oddball beet-farmer cousin, Mose; Pam is left wondering who her new deskmate will be; Erin seeks her birth parents with help from Pete.
Dwight tries to stop Darryl from moving to Jim's start-up company. Elsewhere, Jim misses his daughter's first recital, to Pam's dismay; Nellie spills the beans about Pete and Erin. Also: A behind-the-scenes look at the documentary comes into view.
Clark brings an espresso maker to the office, and the staff embraces the new device. Meanwhile, Dwight and Clark pretend to be a father-and-son duo to land a sale; and Darryl goes on an interview at Jim's company, where Pam drops by unexpectedly.
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.
When the office holiday party fizzles, Dwight throws a traditional Schrute German Christmas. Meanwhile, Darryl suspects that Jim has forgotten to include him in a new job opportunity in Philadelphia, and Pete teaches Erin about the film "Die Hard."
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 complaint cards.
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 technology to connect with the others from his boat; and Toby tries to convince the men to grow mustaches.
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 Jim and Pam clash over Jim's new job.
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.
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 with a fake newscaster job.
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 Kevin saves a turtle.