After everyone knew saw the videotape of Amy and Jonah kissing, the two tries to dispel all the rumors about them but they make things a lot worst. When they pretend to be in love with one another in front of the coworkers, they accidentally kiss. Kelly, who finds out, gets annoyed about it after it didn't bother her, but to prove that he wasn't in love with Amy, Jonah suggested that he would move in with her.
Meanwhile, after Amy and Jonah's video, Glenn and Dina offer amnesty to all the employees to confess any that might have done bad things. But the didn't expect that the entire staff at Cloud 9 to come forward, leaving the store unattended. But it gives Garrett and Cheyenne try to take advantage of the subject matter.
When Mateo hears of an offer, it worries him about his undocumented status and tries to get a hold of Jeff to see if he had told anyone. After trying to get a hold of him, Jeff shows up and tells Mateo that he has quit his job.
"Amnesty" was another hit episode that had great writing and character development. From watching Dina and Glenn try to get their coworkers to talk, Mateo trying to get a hold of Jeff or Amy and Jonah trying to play towards their coworkers jokes and a game about their relationship, it was brilliant. The one scene that I was amazed was when Jonah learned that Amy had a crush on him and didn't even know about it. Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
After announcing his leaving at Cloud 9, the staff throws a goodbye party for Jeff and learn that he was leaving to be a manager at Target. Garret asks Glenn, who's mad about Jeff going to Target, for a raise but gets him to believe that Jeff had poached him to come to Target. Glenn confronts this with Jeff, who had no clue, and the two battle it on who can be poached to join their stores. As Glenn and Garrett try to poach the employees from Target, they spot Cheyenne, who tells them that she works there part-time as both stores.
Meanwhile, Dina helps get Amy out on the dating scene on a double date. But when it wasn't working out, probably because he was 20-30 years older than her, she makes friends with the Cloud 9 beverage delivery man, who's making a drop off at the restaurant. Soon they pretty much click when he came back to the Cloud 9 and asked Amy out.
Also, Kelly and Jonah discuss on moving in together and tries to lay out their furniture arrangement at the store. And Jeff admits to Mateo that he doesn't work at Target, but didn't want his former Cloud 9 co-workers that he is unemployed.
"Target" was good and hilarious. Take it what you will, even if they try to advertise for Target or not, it did get me to go to the store the next day. I loved the poaching story when Glenn and Garrett go to Target and find that it's a much better store. Even learning about Cheyenne working there as well. But also Amy's date I would say got better when meeting with that Cloud 9 delivery man, and maybe could heat things up with Jonah, who sees the two at the store. The writing was good, and so was the performance from the cast. Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
You can catch Superstore Thursdays at 8/7c on NBC.