Bravo to the writers on The Office for not focusing too much on Michael himself on his return to Dunder-Mifflin. "Casual Friday" was a true ensemble episode. Really, everybody at the Scranton branch got to have some excellent moments. What better way to return to the status quo than a half hour highlighting why each of these characters are great?
Of course, Michael was still the center of the show, but he's always been. His triumphant return to the branch manager's desk brought with it a little bit of conflict. Apparently, Pam and Ryan have been allowed to keep the clients they stole from the sales people at Dunder-Mifflin, so the old sales team is on the edge of mutiny. This is where Dwight gets his moment. He decides to communicate with the other disgruntled workers via hidden messages written in his own urine. Between that and his pony sandwich, it was a stellar night for everyone's favorite proponent of the mustard-colored shirt.