Pam runs into Jim in the lunch room, and senses something's wrong. Beyond the fact that their boss's boss is naked on the internet, that is. She gets him to admit that he's in a fight with Karen. Possibly seeing an opportunity, Pam offers to talk about it with him. He gratefully accepts.
Michael is hoping that there is no problem so serious that it can't be fixed by throwing Dwight at it. Sometimes it's handy to have a deranged pit bull on your staff, right? So he whispers to Dwight about the "special assignment" involving the photo file titled "Jamaican Jan sun princess," which is the most embarrassing part about this so far. Dwight tries to be all hard-boiled, saying he can't accept the project unless Michael tells him everything, but he quickly folds when Michael threatens to rescind the assignment. For Dwight, all assignments from Michael are special.
After listening to Jim's problem, Pam kind of says that Karen has a point. She THs that it's not a big deal; she helps her friends all the time, like getting a piece of tape untangled from Phyllis's hair yesterday. And with that out of the way, Pam and Jim can move on to dishing about Michael's trip to Jamaica with Jan. Kidnapping is floated as one possible explanation.
Michael gets an office visit from the second-last person he wants to see today: Toby. He's there to talk about the photo, and Michael bluffs calling the cops on Toby for stealing it. "Nine different people emailed me that photo, including my ex-wife, and we don't talk," Toby protests. His point is that Michael needs to disclose the relationship to HR. For once, Michael manages to disclose very little. But he also calls Toby a "skeevy little perv," so it's kind of a wash.
The party planning committee is in panic mode. Upon hearing that none of the local grocery stores will sell them a whole pig, Angela (feverishly feeding green paper into the shredder, presumably for grass skirts) asks Phyllis, "Did you try the petting zoo?" I bet she'd be willing to whip out her letter opener and slaughter the thing herself, too.
Michael's out in the bullpen when a call comes in to Reception from the very last person Michael wants to talk to today: Jan. Michael cycles desperately though a whole range of excuses to dodge the call until Pam finally tells Jan, "He'll call you back," with a reassuring smile at Michael. "Michael hit a deer?" Dwight asks. Michael only wishes that was all he hit today. You know I'm talking about the "send" button, right?