Michael is put in an awkward position when Jan sues Dunder Mifflin for wrongful termination and he is deposed as a witness. Meanwhile, Kelly begins smack-talking Pam after Darryl beats Jim at Ping-Pong.

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Michael and Jan go to New York to since Jan sued Dunder Mifflin over her termination thinking it was her breast implants that caused it. Michael is an accomplice and things go awry when different scenarios arise such as the photo Michael took of Jan on their Christmas break showing they had a relationship earlier then announced. Meanwhile back at Scranton, over numerous losses against Darryl in ping-pong over Jim, Kelly has been smack talking Pam and to get rid of this problem Pam wants Jim to practice and do a rematch against Darryl. Written by James Hake

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Trivia

The scene where Michael pushes Toby's lunch tray off the table was not scripted. The crew was doing one last take of the scene and actor Paul Lieberstein suggested that Steve Carell push his food off the table.[ See more »

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Following the deposition, as Wallace walks off screen from talking to Michael, a cough is heard from somewhere behind the camera - most likely from a crew-member. See more »

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Michael Scott: You expect to get screwed by your company, but you never expect to get screwed by your girlfriend.
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References Forrest Gump (1994) See more »

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Written by Avril Lavigne
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Heartbreaking
15 August 2011 | by (Amarillo, TX, United States) – See all my reviews

I am a new fan of The Office, finding it on Netflix after having laughed hysterically through a rerun one late night. After watching this episode, I have a new respect for the character Michael Scott. He really is just a sweet guy looking for a little love and respect, and never finding the right way to earn those things. He is truly clueless, and it was so heartbreaking to watch him realize he had been betrayed by the people he would be most willing to do anything for - people he has done outrageous things for countless times. He summed it up well at the end when he explained his choice, and I was glad for his decision. I can't wait to continue on with the series to see him hopefully find his happiness. This show is one of the most well written series I have watched, with awesome characters!


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