- The Writer – Daniel Chun
- Directed by – Matt Sohn
- A brief synopsis – Dwight competes with Packer and other Dunder Mifflin coworkers trying to impress Sabre special projects president, Nellie Bertram. Nothing can stop him, even appendicitis. Andy finds a liking for reception.
- The best line – Dwight (reading the wall in Jim’s room that says in red “It was Dwight”): Oh, no, no, no. It wasn’t me. Gotta find Luwanda at the Alcohol Club.
- 2nd best line – Packer: Quick Query Halpert.
Jim: No way!
Packer: Still queer?
Dwight (looking resolute, if surprised): Packer.
Packer: You can’t put me down. Too strong.
Packer (to camera): Yeah. Dwight and Jim tried to get me fired. But I landed on my feet down here in Florida. You see, this cat’s got nine lives…and a nine inch-
- The best moment – Erin falls asleep reading the mattress tag.
- The best story line – Jim decides to emulate Stanley. Nice change of pace.
- Notable guest appearance – Packer! Oh, and Catherine Tate is back as Nellie Bertram.
- Grade – C+
Too much Dwight with a ridiculous story line. Making him such an unrealistic buffoon does the character and the show no favors. Not at all a fan of Tate, so her lines are wasted on me. Andy’s effectiveness as a receptionist is a nice twist, and an interesting comment on his character. In the end, its a below average episode with some nice points, mainly due to Packer.