Matthew Peyser starts his new job, only to learn that the office is filled with people that do nothing â€“ and he gets promoted because his portfolio is switched with another workers'.
Matt catches the ""close-quarters syndrome"" and starts dating a daffy co-worker who's really not his type.
To up his value to the company, Matt starts a rumor that he's been offered a better job with another company, but his plan backfires.
Matt's drive to become a valuable employee earns him a reprimand for making everyone else look bad. Meanwhile, Abby and Hal fight over the gorgeous latin copy guy.
A sexual harassment seminar transforms the staff into sexless zombies, putting a crimp into Matt's plans to date a new colleague.
When Matt's father comes to spend a weekend with him, Tim makes them go all the weekend making Matt decide between working and spending the weekend with his father.
The office is invited to a party at Tim's house, and the bored staff convince a drunken Tim that Matt and the guy that he came to the party with are a gay couple. Tim uses this information to his own advantage by setting up Matt with his boss's son.
When one of Matt's decisions costs the company big bucks, all of his decisions tends to disaster. Meanwhile, Delaney tries to pick up a girl at work.
Hal's chauvinistic boss submits a sexy photo of her for the company's pinup calendar.
A member of Senior Management invites Matt to breakfast â€“ and then uses everything Matt says to form a case against Tim. Meanwhile, Evelyn replaces Jimmy with an ape and convinces Abbey that her job is in jeopardy.
When Tim's wife leaves him, Matt becomes the victim â€“ Tim wants a buddy to talk to and Matt is the only one who can't come up with an airtight excuse not to hang out with him.
Matt goes out on a limb to help an old college buddy land a job, and soon comes to regret it when he won't show up.
Deale casts for the new worker, with the Help of Matt. But he soons decides for one particular, chauvinist man. Until this new ""guy"" transforms into a woman. Tim fires her and then hires Matt dressed as a woman, so she stays with them, at least until the end of the season.
Matt is challenged to prove he has the right stuff by firing an inept temp.
Matt ends up babysitting a coworker's little terrors to protect her from Deale's vindictiveness.
Matt puts a little danger in his life when he picks up an edgy beauty in a bar, only to learn that she is Tim's daughter, and that she's too much for him.
Tired of being taken advantage of, the staff, with Matt as their leader, goes on strike.
A co-worker shows interest in Matt after he's enrolled in a management-trainee program.
Matt helps a career woman shatter the company's glass ceiling, but the ""Old Boy Network"" of execs triples her workload in hopes that she'll crack under the pressure.
Perfectly honest Matt has to ""massage the truth"" when Abby asks why he won't date her.
Matt tries to push a proposal that the company initiate a four-day work week, but runs into some serious bureaucratic stonewalling.
Tim tires of being a ""money-grubbing, care-only-for-myself phony"" and quits his job.
On a trip to his old home town, Matt tries to make like a big man by making a big promise he can't possibly keep.
Matt is shocked to learn that Tim set him up to sleep with a client in order to land an account.
Matt forgoes research and follows his instincts for his latest project. But his plan brings a company satellite hurtling toward the building.
Matt's honest self-evaluation inspires Tim to have Matt write them for fellow staffers as well.
Val gets promoted after solving a complex math equation that's baffled company accountants.
Matt literally pushes corporate climber Liz over the edge at an executives' mountain retreat.
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Management brings in a consultant who's going to turn the team into ""a lean, mean white-collar machine.""
Corporate golden boy Matt literally turns green with envy when his college rival becomes the youngest vice president in the company's history. Also, Abby tries to shake her lily-white image by stealing something big from Upton/Webber.
Matt defies the edict about ""no secretaries"" at the company Christmas party by inviting Val as his guest.
In a spoof of Romeo and Juliet, Matt falls for a woman who works for Tim's archenemy in the company.
Matt plans a retreat to a resort where employees can bare their souls, but when they arrive, they find patrons baring something else: their bodies. So to get his group focused, Matt decides to get naked.
Matt is feeling mighty old after the firm hires a younger gun to provide the firm with Gen X insights; Delaney, in a shallow attempt to brown-nose, agrees to help the boss's daughter win a Sunflower Girl Cookie contest.
Matt writes a position paper and realizes that it's very similar to Marx's ""Das Kapital"" after it has been distributed to the entire company. This paper makes him get fired.
Tim gets jealous when Matt befriends another executive.
Tim's daughter returns to Upton/Webber and becomes the ""Yoko Ono"" of the gang by clouding Matt's ability to make good decisions.
What if Matt would have talked to the girl of his dreams?, maybe he could have gotten married... maybe the series would have had a happy ending, anyway... this episode was the last, and it ends with marriage... or not?