Though this episode is not considered a two-parter, it is a continuation of what happened in the previous episode, leading into the next day.
The messages left in the suggestion box include:
"What should we do to prepare for Y2K?"
"We need better outreach for employees fighting depression."
"You need to do something about your BO."
"You need to do something about your coffee breath."
"Don't sleep with your boss."
Michael: Attention please. Jan Levinson's coming very soon and so we're going to have our weekly suggestion box meeting. So you can get in your constructive compliments ASAP.
Ryan: Don't you mean constructive criticisms?
Michael: What'd I say?
Kelly: You said constructive compliments. That doesn't make any sense.
Michael: Well, Kelly, that was neither constructive nor a compliment, so you don't you stop criticizing my English and start making some suggestions?
Dwight: I even come in on holidays.
Michael: You do? How do you get in?
Dwight: I have a copy of your key.
Jan: That's a serious offense.
Michael: That is a serious offense. Very serious. As is toying with a man's heart.
Pam: Last year, my performance review started with Michael asking me what my hopes and dreams were, and it ended with him telling me he could bench-press 190 pounds, so I don't really know what to expect.
Dwight: Do you even know what this is? It is a fitness orb, and it has completely changed my life. Forget everything you thought you knew about ab workouts.
And in conclusion, I think Lex Luthor said it best when he said, 'Dad, you have no idea what I'm capable of.'
Dwight is referring to a scene from the show, Smallville
Pam: (to Jim)
Did you watch The Apprentice
is an NBC reality series, featuring Donald Trump
searching for high-level employees to work for him.