- The Writer – Anthony Q. Farrell
- Director – Brent Forrester
- A brief synopsis – The staff struggles with the concept of proper idea of casual dress. Michael is back and in a celebratory, and somewhat vengeful mood, and all the sales staff except Jim have a problem with this.
- The best line – Creed: So hey, I’m want to set you up with my daughter.
Jim: Oh, I’m engaged to Pam.
Creed: I thought you were gay.
Jim: Then why would you want to set me up with your daughter?
Creed: I don’t know.
- Next best line – Pam: [laughs] Boscov’s at the Steamtown Mall?
Phyllis: It sure looked good on the mannequin.
Pam: Well, you have good taste.
Phyllis: Well, thanks. I sure wish I had more time to talk to my clients, though.
Phyllis: Isn’t that what you said to a bunch of my clients when you were stealing them? That I didn’t have enough time for them?
Pam: Oh, I, um…
Phyllis: Close your mouth, sweetie. You look like a trout.
- The best moment – Meredith’s casual attire confrontation. The horror.
- The best storyline – Michael’s favoritism of his two MSPC compadres was really well written, but so was the rest of the episode.
- Notable guest appearance – None
- Would Michael have been reprimanded? – I don’t think so. This was really well written.
- Grade – A
Excellent episode with many great moments. To top it off, it was logical as well as funny. Everyone gets a chance to shine. This is another example of why it’s the best show on TV. I love all of the scenes Erin is in. She is a highlight.