It's been nearly a year since we got to see what was up with our favorite Dunder Mifflinites, but thankfully, we've been able to catch up with all of them to get the scoop on their current lives.
Andy got married and loves his new life and job with Cornell. He recently auditioned for the current version of Cornell's acapella group: Here Comes Treble. He's still waiting to hear back, but he has a really good feeling about it.
Angela is now a stay-at-home mom of three children (four, if you count Mose) and her 29 cats. She keeps busy by brushing the cats and feeding the children, sometimes the other way around.
Clark is still at Dunder Mifflin, trying to impress the new accountant, Dakota. He was recently promoted to Senior Junior Salesman. About his promotion, he said: "It's progress."
Creed posted bail and is now on the lam. He's presumed to be living under the assumed name: Creed Burton. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact their local authorities.
Darryl is currently Vice President of Athlete Relations at Athleap. He recently reconciled with his ex-wife Justine, and brought her and their daughter Jada to live with him in Austin, TX.
David Wallace still owns Dunder Mifflin. But, he's trying to expand the business beyond paper. Currently, he's developing a solvent that removes staining from human feces in car paint. He credits "Suck it" as the best mistake since penicillin.
Dwight is the manager of the most profitable branch of Dunder Mifflin, after leading an initiative to make confetti from the refuse acquired making three-hole punch paper. He is currently teaching his youngest son how to perform his own circumcision.
Erin is touring the country with her parents, working on a new puppet show on anti-bullying. But, she's still finding her voice. Literally. Her puppet only does background work at the moment.
Gabe is enrolled in a Chinese corporate program which "rents" white people to appear more impressive to clients. His only job there is to be seen and not heard.
Jan is still at the White Pages but is trying to get Astrid on next season's "Toddlers and Tiaras." Unfortunately, she still can't find a therapist who will see her for longer than two months.
Jim is leading up the New Acquisitions division of Athleap in Austin. He recently called Dwight as a concerned citizen to complain about how "loud" Dunder Mifflin paper is.
Kevin is filling frothy mugs at his bar: "Kevin's." He's also been named Grand Marshal of Scranton's St. Patrick's Day Parade, two years running.
Meredith is still the Supplier Relations rep at Dunder Mifflin, but has become a stage mom on the side. She books her son Jake as an "escort and entertainer," taking 10 percent from each gig.
Michael & Holly are still living in Boulder, Colorado. They are currently expecting their fifth child, who is due in October. They couldn't be happier.
Mose, when not at home with Dwight and Angela, spends his time helping Dwight's siblings, Fannie and Jeb, run Aunt Shirley's farm. He has only fallen in two wells in the past year.
Nellie loves being back in England. She is currently working at Wernham Hogg in Slough, and enjoys spending as much time as she can with her newly adopted son, Drake. She is also "nearly engaged" to Griffin, a professional whistler.
Oscar won his election and is now a State Senator. On the side, he runs the successful blog and podcast known worldwide as "The Finer Things Club."
Pam merged her successful mural business with a local art gallery in Austin. She is currently on an artists' retreat in New Mexico, and misses Jim and the kids like crazy. But, she strongly suspects Creed is running the sweat lodge next door.
Pete is back in school, after realizing his position at Dunder Mifflin was the best he could do with his current degree. He is still trying to ditch his nickname "Plop" to no avail.
Phyllis and Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration, moved to St. Louis so she could be near the daughter she'd given up for adoption, after tracking her down and reconciling. Phyllis is currently working at a yarn store and gives knitting lessons, while Bob is expanding his refrigeration business to the Midwest.
Ryan & Kelly are still together in an "on-and-off-again, torrid love affair," regretting every decision they've ever made. Wait, they're off again... No sorry, back on. Who can keep up?
Stanley dumped both his mistresses when he retired to Hollywood, Florida. He is still married to Teri, but recently started seeing a woman he met at a mixer for local crossword puzzle and bird-carving enthusiasts.
Toby moved to New York to pursue his dream of being a novelist, and started work on a new Chad Flenderman novel, which no one but him cared about. A few months later, he moved back to Scranton and took a job in Human Resources at a T.J. Maxx store. He is still single. And will most likely be until the day he dies.