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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. 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. 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.
On employee awards night, Michael writes and emcees the show and picks the winners---but doesn't pick up the tab. Meredith: Kate Flannery. Phyllis: Phyllis Smith.
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.
While Dwight helps Michael buy a condo, Jim runs the games of the office olympiad, time-killing contests played with office supplies. Carol: Nancy Walls. Bill: John H. Bland. Neighbor: Greg Daniels.
During a fire evacuation, Michael tries to convey 10 rules of business to Ryan; and Jim promotes “psychologically revealing conversations.” Katy: Amy Adams. Ryan: B.J. Novak. Jim: John Krasinski. Dwight: Rainn Wilson.
Halloween becomes more frightful as Michael agonizes over an order to fire someone before day's end. Creed: Creed Bratton. Devon: Devon Abner. Toby: Paul Lieberstein. Meredith: Kate Flannery.
Michael convenes with his employees for their performance reviews, but he's much more concerned about his own boss's review of him. Meanwhile, the gang plays along when Dwight thinks it's Friday instead of Thursday.
Big Brother invades the office when Michael gains access to his employees' e-mails and begins spying on their correspondence. Also, Michael's ego is bruised when he's not invited to an afterwork party; and Pam suspects that love is blooming between Dwight (more…)
Michael tries to motivate his office crew by taking them on a harbor cruise. But there isn't any love on this boat, as Michael makes waves and is ultimately thrown in the brig. Elsewhere, Jim's spirits sink when Pam finally sets her wedding date.
Michael tries to get extra sympathy from his staff after he burns his foot on a portable cooking grill. Dwight emerges as the primary caregiver---to Michael's chagrin.
Worried that Michael knows that he secretly pines for Pam, Jim begrudgingly hangs out with his ego-inflated boss in an effort to keep him from spilling the beans. One of their manly outings: a trip to Hooters.
Michael questions the loyalty of his staffers when someone defiles his carpet, so he then tries to bond with them by relocating to Jim's desk in the main office area. This forces Jim to move next to the blabbering Kelly---and farther away from Pam.
Jan (Melora Hardin) assembles the female staffers and presents them with a “women in the workplace” seminar. Not to be outdone, Michael hustles the Dunder Mifflin boys to the warehouse for some male bonding.
Michael takes a bite out of the Big Apple when he heads to corporate headquarters in New York City for a meeting with Jan (Melora Hardin) on Valentine's Day. But he may be biting off more than he can chew, for he and Jan are in for a big surprise. Back at (more…)
Dwight wins an award for top salesman of the year, but has to conquer his fear of public speaking when he must give a speech at a big Northeast Sales Association convention. And he turns to the worst possible person for help---Michael. Meanwhile, Pam makes (more…)
It's Take Your Daughter to Work Day at Dunder Mifflin, and Michael, who's uncomfortable around kids, is pleasantly surprised when he becomes a hit with them. He tries to impress his new pint-sized posse by showing them a video of him as a “child star” (more…)
It's Michael's birthday (which he proudly shares with actress Eva Longoria), but nobody in the office seems to care---except for Dwight. Meanwhile, Kevin waits to hear from his doctor about whether or not he has cancer. This upsets the staffers, but none m (more…)
When half a joint is found on company property, Dwight dons his Lackawanna County volunteer deputy sheriff's uniform (complete with badge) and launches an investigation. He brings in a professional drug tester---a turn of events that makes Michael nervous (more…)
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