The summer activities of the Dunder Mifflin staff are highlighted, including an interbranch weight loss competition and following Pam at the Pratt Art School.
When Holly leads a seminar on ethics, she realizes how unethical the Scranton branch really is. Jim tallies Dwight's 'time theft'.
Dwight helps Michael prepare for the birth of Jan's baby. Michael vows to feign dislike for Holly to appease Jan. Pam and Jim have trouble communicating while she's at art achool.
Following a burglary at Dunder Mifflin on the night of his third date with Holly, Michael organizes an auction to replace what was stolen. Pam has a job at corporate to help with finances. Dwight seeks Phyllis' help to win Angela back.
News from Dunder Mifflin corporate sends Michael and Holly to Nashua. Meanwhile, Pam discovers people at corporate are less enthused about Halloween than she. Dwight agitates Andrew.
The annual customer survey holds shocking news for Dwight and Jim, and Jim and Pam make the most of their Bluetooth-enabled phones. Angela and Andy make an unusual choice for a wedding location.
Michael is sent on a business trip to Canada and brings Oscar and Andy along with him. Meanwhile, Jim counts down the days until Pam is done with art school.
A mysterious person in the office has made a huge mess in the microwave and will not clean it up. Meanwhile, Michael has to come to terms with the fact that there have been certain personnel changes in his staff without his knowing.
With a ,300 surplus to spend, the workers fight amongst themselves in order to get what they want. Andy and Angela go to Schrute Farms to work on wedding plans.
As head of the Party Planning Committee, Phyllis decides to throw a Moroccan-themed holiday party. Trouble starts when Meredith's hair catches on fire, and Michael tries to help. Dwight gets a stranglehold on the hottest Christmas toy.
After Michael spills the beans about Angela's affair with Dwight, Andy and Dwight deal with the matter on their own. Michael is nervous about meeting at corporate with David Wallace.
Michael and Dwight spy on a rival paper company. The rest of the office debates whether or not Hilary Swank is hot.
As Dwight gets trained as a fire marshal, trouble occurs at the office. Michael requests his employees roast him. Meanwhile, the workers watch a bootleg video instead of working.
Since Scranton has been so successful, Michael gets sent around to the other branches to explain how. Meanwhile, Dwight and Jim, the new heads of the party planning committee, forget a birthday and have to deal with the fallout. After the end of his engagement, Andy falls for someone new.
Michael and Pam continue on their trip to the different branches, although the tone is changed after the visit to Utica. Dwight and Jim try to make up for the party disaster, but the rest of the workers are still upset. Angela has a new cat that causes problems.
The office park hosts a blood drive.
Michael's idea to use "Golden Tickets" for prizes for clients causes a problem in the office. Kevin seeks advice from Andy, Jim, and Pam about dating.
Michael plans to celebrate his 15th anniversary at Dunder Mifflin with a party, but the new Vice President interferes. Jim's most recent prank on Dwight backfires.
As his new boss becomes even more watchful, Michael's behavior becomes increasingly careless, Pam deals with a difficult copier, and Kelly has a new crush.
The situation between Jim and his new boss Charles get worse when they are competing in a parking lot soccer game. Michael tries to start his new business, but has trouble leaving his house.
Michael hosts a Paper & Pancakes luncheon for his new company. Dwight and Andy pair up for a hunting trip, while Jim is confused when a "rundown" is requested by Charles.
Dwight finds his loyalties split between Michael and Charles. With Pam out of the office, Andy tries to become Jim's new confidant.
Early deliveries cause problems for Michael's new paper companies. When Angela enforces the policies, expense reports are problematic.
Workers take the term "casual Friday" a bit too literally. Problems escalate between the sales team, so Michael has to intervene.
Michael decides to enter the cafe-disco business. Pam and Jim are away from the office on a secret trip.
The branches of Dunder Mifflin hold a company picnic.