The office staff play a basketball game against the warehouse workers in which Jim shows off to impress Pam and upstage her fiancee who is on the opposing team.
While Michael and Dwight are out of the office for the day trying to close a deal on a new condo for Michael, Jim and Pam arrange for the staff to participate in an “Office Olympics,” where the workers play strange, invented games (among them, Dunderball, Hate Ball…and Pam Pong) that they usually play while the boss is out. At the end of the day, the festivities cheer up everyone – even the oblivious Michael.
It's initiation time for the full timer Ryan as Dwight takes him out on his first sales call with a side trip to the Schrute family beet farm. Michael is ordered by corporate to log his work activity; and Jim tries to adapt to life at the Stamford branch.
In this hour long special, its the launch of the new Dunder Mifflin Infinity website and Michael is anticipating going to the launch party in NYC. At the Scranton branch, Angela and the Party Planning Committee plan a satellite party. Meanwhile, Dwight competes against the website to be top seller of paper in a day.
Michael goes on a survival adventure into the woods – with nothing except the suit on his back – in retaliation of not getting an invite to a similar party from corporate. Back at the office, there is a birthday going on while Jim tries to revolutionize the party.
A mystery woman at the office blood drive catches Michael’s eye. Dwight and Kevin both find women at the “Lonely Hearts Party,” while Jim and Pam are forced to leave because of PDAs—so they have lunch with Phyllis and Bob.
The situation between Jim and his new boss Charles gets worse when they are competing in a parking lot soccer game. Michael tries to start his new business, but has trouble leaving his house.
While Jim and Pam struggle with their newborn child, back at the office Michael decides to set Erin up on a date with Kevin.
Pam and Jim work on their first sales pitch together to Donna, the manager of a local restaurant. But Michael keeps misreading the signals she's putting out. Meanwhile, Dwight encourages Kelly to try out for the minority training program.
When Deangelo plays favorites, his management style is exposed.