Jo appoints Jim, Toby, and Gabe as her search committee to find the next manager. In the meantime, they need another acting manager, and asks who has the most experience. The search committee exchanges long, searching looks.
Before anyone answers, we cut to Jim returning to his desk, next to where Dwight is moving his stuff back in. He asks how it's going, and is told to shut up. Jim says Jo was right, which Dwight knows, but Jim adds, "I will say, in your one week, every single one of the orders went out in time, and I think that is shagadelic, baby." And in the background, the new interim manager, the person who's been at Dunder Mifflin-Scranton longer than anyone, settles in contentedly behind the replica of Uday Hussein's desk. Yes, it's Creed. Too bad Uday Hussein wasn't available.
And the tag is about all the people and man-hours it took to help Kevin get his 21-digit copier code entered into the machine just once.
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