Pam gets off the phone again to announce that the interview's off, bumped by coverage of a new cupcake shop at the Steamtown Mall. They figure Dwight, who is not currently in the room, will be disappointed. "And you know what?" Jim says. "We cannot let that happen."
Pete finds Erin at Reception trying on silly watermelon-teeth. "This isn't how I would cheer up just anyone," she explains to Pete, but Andy's pretty juvenile. Especially since he became Season Two Michael. Pete points out that Andy's, like, forty, but Erin insists he can't be much past his thirties. So I guess Andy also gets to be Season Seven Gabe.
Dwight's in the break room with a phone, which he's apparently been told is going to serve as the remote studio for the radio show. The phone rings, and because there's no caller ID in this office, Dwight is unaware that it's Pam calling from the conference room pretending to be Iris Black's operator; Nellie using a fake American accent to pretend to be Iris Black herself; Daryl playing the Biz Wiz theme song on his keyboard; and Jim as, I guess, sound engineer. Oh, he's engineering something, all right.
Erin pops into Andy's office with her joke teeth, which don't cheer him up at all. So sad that he's too depressed to even appreciate one of the few people on this show who is still funny at least once a week.
In Accounting, Angela gives Kevin a hard time about forgetting to order more forms and saying nothing he could do could surprise her. Kevin gigglingly begs to differ, until Oscar squeals at him and Kevin rushes off to the bathroom. Which apparently he does a lot anyway, as we learn in a whole montage of Great Moments In Kevin Malone Suddenly Needing To Take A Dump.
Erin invites Andy out for lunch, but he's still upset about the boat, which his dad never let him sail, smacking his hand off the wheel every time he touched it. "Now I'm the man of the family and we're selling the damn thing." Erin asks when it leaves, and upon finding out it'll be tonight, she says to screw lunch and go for a sail instead. Andy scoffs that it's in Stamford, Connecticut and they'd have to leave right now. So that's what they do.
Dwight is claiming to "Iris" that he's the real power in the company when Jim holds up a note for her. Still using her American accent, Nellie tells him they're picking up a clinking sound, so Dwight's going to have to lose his shirt to keep the buttons from rattling. They giggle as they listen to Dwight strip to his wife-beater, and then when he tries to get back on topic, Jim holds up a second note reading "Now pants!" What's with Jim wanting to get Dwight in his underwear lately?