Oops, the forklift just ran over Michael's steel drum. He nods fatalistically at the on-the-nose symbolism, and looks up a second later to see Jan slowly descending the stairs into the warehouse. She says hello to everyone. Michael can only make a grunting sound, but Kevin says hi to her and adds, "You look...tan." Jan claims to have been visiting a sister in Scottsdale. And then she asks to talk to Michael in his office. Michael slowly follows her up the stairs, turning to face everyone like the condemned man he is. Which is pretty much how everyone looks back at him, so.
When he arrives in his office, Jan is sitting behind his desk, which means he has to sit in his own guest chair. She asks Michael why she's here. Michael wisely does not answer, instead opting to let Jan launch into a big speech about how she's attracted to Michael despite herself. Which...I think means she's the only person in all of Dunder Mifflin, if not the Western Hemisphere, who hasn't seen her side-boob on a computer monitor today. In other words, Michael has dodged a bullet the size of the asteroid in Armageddon. Slowly realizing that instead of firing him, Jan is asking him to go steady, Michael reciprocates her sentiment in the least smooth way possible. So I guess they're dating now. Well, that went a whole lot better than Michael had any right to expect. Especially when she hurls herself at his face and tells her to sneak out in fifteen minutes and meet her at his condo. On her way out, he can't resist adding, "You complete me." Oh God," Jan sighs as she leaves. It's like the moment at the top of the roller coaster, if you hate roller coasters and realize you now have nothing to look forward to but a lot of wind and noise and jerking around.
Down in the warehouse, Roy is sitting next to Pam and asking, "Remember when we were planning our honeymoon and you wanted to go to Hawaii and I wanted to go to Mexico?" Pam remembers. Looking around at the awful luau as though it's representative of the real thing, Roy says, "I was definitely right." The dancers laugh.