- The Writers – Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupinski
- Director – Rainn Wilson
- A brief synopsis – The staff at Dunder-Mifflin-Sabre Scranton convince Michael that his new flame Donna may be two timing him. He hires Dwight to find out. Andy is frustrated when trying to convey information about a potential defect in a printer to an apathetic Gill. Darryl listens to him, but not for altruistic reasons.
- The best line – Kelly: Oh, hey, I love your earrings.
Donna: Thank you.
Kelly: Did Michael get them for you?
Donna: No, I bought them myself.
Donna: Steamtown Mall.
Kelly: Claire’s? Zales? Ricky’s? Earring, Earrings? Fancy Girl? Platinum Cat? Where?
Donna: You know, I actually got them in Philadelphia, in a mall down there.
Kelly: Franklin Mills? King of Prussia? Springfield? Governor’s Place?
Donna: Uh, Franklin Mills.
Jim: [to Pam] What?
Pam: Hmm? Oh. It’s probably nothing.
- The best moment – The Morse code intro is one of the all time classics.
- The best storyline – Andy and Darryl, slightly outdoes Dwight undercover…barely.
- Notable guest appearance – Donna…it’s almost over.
- Would Michael have been reprimanded? – Maybe not, but man, should he be punched.
- Grade – B
Hard to get beyond the cheating thing. It really makes Michael look like a cad. Up to that point, it was a decent episode. The more Darryl the better, however. You can’t have too much of him and Andy. Kelly’s shopping questioning of Donna above is classic, and so is the intro.