Writer: Paul Lieberstein, Director: Victor Nelli, Jr.
Summary: Somebody leaves a pile of poo in Michael’s office, leading him to take over Jim’s desk, terrorize the Accounting folks, and wreak general havoc.
Writers: Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky
Director: Dennie Gordon
Summary: To keep him from spilling the beans about his crush on Pam, Jim agrees to have lunch with Michael at Hooters. Unfortunately, Michael can’t keep the secret for long.
Writer: Mindy Kaling, Director: Bryan Gordon
Summary: Michael burns his foot on his George Foreman grill, and Dwight’s concussion brings out his tender side. Jim takes Dwight and Michael to the hospital, where Michael tries to mooch off of Dwight’s CAT scan.
Writer: Greg Daniels, Director: Ken Kwapis
Summary: Michael takes his staff out on a “motivational” cruise, where he ends up terrorizing the other guests with his dancing and stories, and Pam and Jim come close to sharing their feelings for each other.
W: Michael Schur, D: Charles McDougall
Summary (DVD): Holiday cheer is in short supply when Michael insists on doing a last-minute swap of Secret Santa gifts, and Jim becomes alarmed that his sweet and sentimental gift for Pam will end up in Dwight’s hands.
Writer: Jennifer Celotta, Director: Paul Feig
Summary: Michael sets up spying on his staff’s emails, which leads him to show up to Jim’s BBQ uninvited after his improv class. Pam does a little snooping of her own into a possible romance between Dwight and Angela.
Writer: Larry Wilmore, Director: Paul Feig
Summary: Michael is preoccupied with thoughts of Jan while doling out performance reviews to his staff. Disaster ensues when Jan attends a suggestion box meeting. Pam and Jim con Dwight to think it’s Friday.
Writer: Paul Lieberstein, Director: Greg Daniels
Summary: Michael demonstrates some actual sales skill while wining and dining a client, to Jan’s chagrin, while Jim and Pam lead the office in an impromptu reading of a movie script that Pam discovers in Michael’s desk. Guest star: Tim Meadows.