1. Weight Loss
The employees embark on a corporate weight loss initiative, leading to humorous challenges, Dwight's extreme methods, and Jim's determination to propose to Pam.
2. Business Ethics
Oscar conducts an ethics seminar, exposing questionable behavior, Dwight's peculiar business practices, and a test of Jim and Pam's relationship.
3. Baby Shower
Jan invites the office to her baby shower, resulting in uncomfortable moments, Dwight's competitive baby game, and a significant decision for Jim and Pam.
4. Crime Aid
The office organizes a charity auction to raise funds for a robbery at the office, leading to unusual auction items, Dwight's security measures, and Michael's impromptu performance.
5. Employee Transfer
A branch transfer brings Holly Flax to Scranton, leading to a new dynamic, Michael's infatuation, and a hilarious misunderstanding about a foreign object.
6. Customer Survey
The office receives customer feedback surveys, causing anxiety and attempts to manipulate the results, while Jim and Dwight's prank war escalates to a new level.
7. Business Trip
Ryan invites Michael and Oscar on a business trip to Canada, leading to awkward encounters, questionable decisions, and a revealing conversation between Jim and Pam.
8. Frame Toby
Michael is delighted by Toby's departure and attempts to frame him for drug possession, leading to an investigation, an uncomfortable encounter with Holly, and a surprising twist.
9. The Surplus
The office must decide how to spend a budget surplus, leading to heated debates, conflicting interests, and an unexpected alliance between Jim and Dwight.
10. Moroccan Christmas
Meredith's hair catches fire during the office's unconventional Christmas celebration, prompting a unique intervention, Dwight's disturbing portrayal of Santa, and a touching gesture from Jim to Pam.
11. The Duel
Andy and Dwight engage in a duel for Angela's affections, resulting in an absurd showdown, Dwight's injury, and a revelation about Angela's secret relationship.
12. Prince Family Paper
Michael and Dwight go undercover to investigate a rival paper company, leading to moral dilemmas, a crisis of conscience, and a decision that tests their loyalty.
13. Stress Relief
The office deals with a series of stress-inducing incidents, leading to an impromptu CPR class, Dwight's fire drill antics, and a memorable roast of Michael.
14. Lecture Circuit 1
Michael and Pam go on a lecture circuit, encountering different branches and humorous situations, while back at the office, Dwight's power play causes chaos.
15. Lecture Circuit 2
Michael and Pam continue their lecture circuit journey, facing unique challenges, while Jim struggles with his role as acting manager and a surprise visitor spices things up.
16. Blood Drive
The office hosts a blood drive, resulting in a competition for the most pints donated, Dwight's intense methods, and an awkward encounter between Jim and Michael.
17. Golden Ticket
Michael's idea of golden tickets in paper shipments leads to chaos, customer complaints, and a confrontation between Jim and Dwight over sales strategies.
18. New Boss
Charles Miner takes over as the new vice president, leading to clashes with Michael, tension among the employees, and a surprising decision from Jim.
19. Two Weeks
Michael contemplates leaving Dunder Mifflin and gives his employees two weeks' notice, leading to mixed reactions, job interviews, and a heartwarming farewell.
20. Dream Team
Michael assembles a dream team to impress potential clients, resulting in unexpected choices, Dwight's secret plan, and Jim's attempt to start his own business.
21. Michael Scott Paper Company
Michael, Pam, and Ryan start their own paper company, leading to risky decisions, a struggle for survival, a surprising encounter with David Wallace, Dwight's loyalty being tested, and a shocking turn of events.
22. Heavy Competition
The Michael Scott Paper Company competes with Dunder Mifflin for clients, resulting in a fierce rivalry, personal dilemmas, and a revelation about Pam's talents.
Dunder Mifflin faces financial troubles, prompting the return of David Wallace and a potential buyout, leading to uncertainty, job interviews, and a surprising twist involving Jim and Pam.
24. Casual Friday
Dunder Mifflin implements casual Friday, causing conflicts over appropriate attire, a prank on Dwight, and a bittersweet moment between Jim and Pam.
25. Cafe Disco
The office transforms the warehouse into a disco dance club, leading to unexpected dance-offs, alliances, and a much-needed release of stress and tension.