She eventually zeroes in on Michael, who refuses to speak and brings him to her private airplane to get him to confess, but in reality, Jo is able to sense that Michael is going through a rough patch and the two have a heart-to-heart conversation.
During the conversation, Michael volunteers to accept public responsibility for the scandal and speaks to the press.
However, Jo remains as chairman of the board, and Robert still refers to Jo as his boss.
Later in season 8, Nellie Bertram re-appears, having been hired (off-screen) by Jo as Sabre's President of Special Projects.
Dwight then bursts in with chemicals to spray for bed bugs, and Jim tells him a bug is following Cathy.
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Jo thanks Michael and says that if there's anything he needs, she'll be happy to help, prompting Michael to joke about bringing Holly back to Scranton, to which Jo says "Let me see what I can do." (and Holly does return temporarily in season 7).
In season 7, following the departure of Michael and his replacement Deangelo Vickers, Jo makes Dwight the interim regional manager in "Dwight K.
Schrute, (Acting) Manager", but replaces him with Creed (Scranton's most senior employee) after Dwight accidentally fires a gun in the office.
She appears in "Search Committee" and reveals that she is old friends with one of the applicants for the manager job, Nellie Bertram.