Michael gets Jan on speaker, and begins his confession. And she is irritated about the bachelor party, but not for the reasons Michael thinks. Rather, it's for the reasons you would think, which is that Michael threw a bachelor party in the warehouse during the day.
In the break room, Kelly is being all insecure with Ryan about the stripper while Jim looks on. Ryan makes her change the subject, so Kelly claims that Pam was flirting with Ben Franklin. Pam, who has just entered to get herself a soda, laughs. "Yeah, right," she scoffs. Jim mocks her, which is pretty ballsy of him considering that Ben Franklin was there in the first place because Jim pranked not just Michael and Dwight, but all the women in the office with his little stunt. Not that anyone ever says a word to him about it, because he's Jim. Still, Pam isn't about to take his abuse lying down. So she tells Ryan to set her up with one of his business school friends, and leaves Jim standing next to the snack machine looking like his bag of chips didn't fall. Advantage: Beesly.
Pam returns to Reception, where Elizabeth is munching on the M&Ms and commenting that she'd get fat if she worked there. "I lose my appetite all the time," Pam remarks sourly. Elizabeth suggests that Pam try stripping. Hey, where's that deleted scene?
Michael is relieved that Jan isn't going to dump him over this. "I'm closer to firing you," she says, dead-serious. Michael figures he's off the hook, and indeed, she just wants to get back to her meeting. After the call, Michael tells us it's weird that a sketchball like Ben Franklin can be president, but someone like Elizabeth can't, despite being able to give great advice that rhymes.
Dwight's cross-examination of Ben Franklin continues, as he asks the bespectacled visitor if he's nearsighted or farsighted. "Both!" Ben Franklin smugs. "That's why I invented the bifocals." Dwight bellows in defeat, dropping the anachronistic chocolate bar and football he's been holding. I guess that must be the real Benjamin Franklin after all.