Meanwhile, Jim and Pam announce their engagement to their co-workers, who respond with general indifference.Title: “Baby Shower”Original Airdate: October 16, 2008Michael plans a baby shower for Jan despite the fact that he’s not the father of her baby.
Title: “Weight Loss”Original Airdate: September 25, 2008Over the course of eight weeks during the summer, the Dunder-Mifflin employees participate in a company-wide weight-loss challenge, which inspires Kelly to anorexia and Dwight to new levels of obnoxiousness.Meanwhile, Pam heads off to art school in New York, and the separation inspires Jim to propose to her at a rest stop (she says yes).Title: “Employee Transfer”Original Airdate: October 30, 2008After corporate discovers that Holly and Michael are dating, they transfer Holly back to New Hampshire.On the drive from Scranton, she decides that a long-distance relationship with Michael wouldn’t work, and even though he pleads with her to reconsider, they break up.Angela breaks up with both Andy and Dwight, and all three end up alone.
After being disrespected by a new vice president, Michael quits Dunder-Mifflin to start his own company, but returns triumphantly when he gets bought out and his rival is banished from Scranton.
Kelly and Ryan hook up, but he seems less than thrilled about the return of their relationship once it becomes clear that Darryl is in no way jealous.
Title: “Frame Toby”Original Airdate: November 20, 2008Toby returns to the office from his time in Costa Rica, and Michael is extremely unhappy about it.
Michael finds out, but instead of reprimanding Kelly he commiserates with her over the difficulty of convincing co-workers to attend social gatherings.
Andy and Angela agree to hold their wedding at Schrute Farms, which gives Dwight another chance to try to woo Angela back.
To mess with Andy, Dwight decides to become a huge Cornell devotee, stocking up on the school’s memorabilia and even sending in an application.