Toby still can't talk himself into going inside. Which is just as well, because Dwight is taking advantage of the prayers and remembrances portion of the service to sell paper. As it goes on, Pam hands Cece off to Jim to change her. "She can't take this up with her," Pam whispers. Jim obliges and disappears into a restroom in the church basement, but we can still hear his body mic as he gets Cece unwrapped and...she turns out to not be done, if you know what I mean. Christening gown: ruined. A minute later, he's carrying her out to the car, wrapped in his suit jacket, where he roots around in the back. When they return to the pew to rejoin Pam, Cece's wearing and adult-sized Arcade Fire shirt, instead of the extra outfit Jim said he checked for. "I did...say that," Jim agrees. The pastor calls up the families and although Michael fidgets in his sear, he manages not to wreck the whole thing. At the end, the pastor invites everyone to a reception next door hosted by the Halberts. "Mmm, nope, wrong on both counts," Jim mutters, meaning that this is supposed to be "an intimate reception for their invited guests." They really should know by now that "invited" always ends up being less of a subset than a set.
A couple of churchgoers shake Michael's hand and say good morning to him, which he gets such a lift from that he starts working the whole room in kind.
As everyone heads into the reception hall, Pam remarks to Angela that they weren't expecting this many people, "and we're gonna need a loaves and fishes kind of miracle to feed 'em all." Angela's not amused, but she baby-talks to Cece again before going back to cutting them dead. After wondering if Angela's jealous about their baby, Pam and Jim actually start snapping at each other, but only because they're hungry.
Michael is still being all friendly to the churchgoers as he joins the gang at the work table, who are complaining about the food, or lack thereof (especially Stanley and Kevin). A girl stands up and starts talking about the youth mission. Michael's into it, to the point where he tells Dwight to get off his cell phone.
After the speech, Jim and Pam have to deal with a bitchy lady who's pissed off about the scones and apple cider being gone. "I think that was Sconesy Cider, noted baptism reception critic," Jim tells Pam. She goes to pick up make a food run, because it's better than sticking around for these lame jokes.
Michael is trying to get the gang to get together and do something like the youth mission, but Oscar points out they can volunteer on their own, like he does at a clinic. "Yeah, well that's just a pickup scene," Michael scoffs. He still wants them to hang out together more outside of work, like there's a group of coworkers in the world who spends this much time together outside of the office. "You want some more of this?" Darryl grumps. They're not hearing him, until he gets upset and calls them mean girls. "Like the movie, Mean Girls.," he clarifies. And he adds to Kevin and Stanley, "If you don't stop worrying so much about what you're gonna put in your gullet, you're gonna die in about a month." He storms out. Hilarious.