After subduing Dwight by spraying him with the hose, Angela insists on washing and grooming Shirley in a more dignified manner.Through the process, Dwight and Angela recall their feelings for each other.
While he is struggling to get down, the camera zooms in on an upcoming television guide on Oscar's computer screen that reveals that the in-series documentary—called The Office: An American Workplace—will air in May.Woods's contract was not renewed at the beginning of the ninth season, but series showrunner Greg Daniels revealed that Woods would be returning; he noted "It's kind of a neat story turn ...Toby accordingly goes to the local prison to talk to the person convicted of being the notorious local murderer and tell him he believes he is innocent.Offscreen, the convict begins strangling Toby for his part in the conviction."Moving On" is the sixteenth episode of the ninth season of the American comedy television series The Office and the 192nd episode overall. The series—presented as if it were a real documentary—depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
The episode also features the return of former series regular Zach Woods as Gabe Lewis.However, Toby does have his spirits lifted after Nellie gives him a lift from the hospital and commends him for his bravery.Oscar Martinez (Oscar Nunez) queues up a television show on his computer, and while the ad loads, he does gravity boot sit-ups. The episode guest stars Bob Odenkirk, Mary Gillis, Collette Wolfe, and Andy Buckley.In this episode, Pam Halpert (Jenna Fischer) interviews for a job in Philadelphia, but her potential manager Mark (Bob Odenkirk) reminds her of her former boss, Michael Scott.Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) acquires the help of Angela Martin (Angela Kinsey) in order to give his elderly Aunt Shirley (Mary Gillis) a bath.