- The Writer – B.J. Novak
- Director – Asaad Kelada
- A brief synopsis – David Wallace puts Michael on a project to investigate Prince Family Paper. He brings Dwight along. The rest of the staff of Dunder Mifflin is then caught up in a hot-or-not debate about Hillary Swank. She’s hot, by the way.
- The best line – Michael: You know, I will be honest with you… about something. Where we used to live, our paper supplier had a lot of big clients and I just didn’t feel like a priority. So I guess my question [reaches for paper in his pocket with questions on it] for you would be [reading off sheet] how many clients do you have?
Prince Grandfather: About 80.
Michael: Really? That many? This doesn’t seem like a very big operation.
Prince Grandfather: It’s just me, my wife and my son.
Michael: Ah, so when did you set up shop?
Prince Grandfather: I opened this place after I came back from Vietnam.
Michael: Oh Vietnam, I hear it’s lovely .
Prince Grandfather: [muted] Mmhmm. [shrugs]
- The best moment – The intro, where Dwight follows the red wire up the telephone pole.
- The best storyline – Uh, the intro? I hated both other storylines.
- Notable guest appearance – Dan Bakkedahl is the son, Roger Prince Jr.
- Would Michael have been reprimanded? – I think there is grounds for a lawsuit for fraud. Roger Prince seems pretty dense for a Vietnam Vet.
- Grade – C-
A below average episode that is boring on the office side and unnecessarily sinister on the Michael side. No amount of good lines (and there aren’t many) could make it better.