The primary tale line of “The Supervisor and the Salesman” has Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton department welcoming the corporate’s new CEO, Jo Bennett (Kathy Bates), whose corporate Sabre just lately bought the paper provider. Upon listening to that Michael Scott and Jim Halpert are co-managers, Jo informs them that one will want to go back to gross sales, whilst the opposite stays supervisor. Unwilling to surrender the name, Michael works to persuade Jo to stay him as supervisor. Despite the fact that to start with crestfallen over the imaginable demotion, Jim quickly learns that Sabre’s no-cap fee device way he will earn way more in gross sales than he would in control. Sadly, Michael will get wind of this system as neatly and convinces Jo to let him go back to gross sales. With Jim in position as his boss, Michael chafes below Jim’s supervision, in large part since the latter would possibly not tolerate Michael’s penchant for keeping off paintings and distracting others. The duo sooner or later concurs to switch roles once more, irritating Jo with their indecision.
“The Supervisor and the Salesman” used to be the primary time Webb – who started his occupation directing track videos for bands like Inexperienced Day and Maroon 5 (consistent with IMDb) – directed for tv. He would later cross on to direct episodes of “Loopy Ex-Female friend” and “Countless.”