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Synopsis: Michael Scott is getting pressure from Ryan Howard and David Wallace because Dunder Mifflin has missed its Sales for 2 straight months. Michael tells Ryan that an experienced Manager would know that forecasting sales is like predicting the future which is impossible. Ryan says that he does not care how Michael do this (i.e. crystal ball, etc.), but he must have a completed forecast by weeks end. Michael decides to hold an Office meeting for ideas on how he might predict future sales to their customers. Jim Halpert as a joke suggests the Magic 8-Ball and Michael loves the idea and orders a case of Magic 8-Balls for the Office. As a sideline Michael and Jan have been watching the Tudors and has been talking with a Medieval accent around the office. This compels Dwight to come into the Office wearing chainmail to show his loyalty to Michael and his Crusade against Corporate. Jim and Pam use the combination of the 8-ball and Dwight to have a hilarious day.