Another day, there's real snow on the ground, a snowman in the parking lot, and a whole new set of white decorations all over the office. And Michael's decided to dress as "Santa Bond" (red velvet smoking jacket, black shirt, and Kangol Santa hat), while Angela hems his tuxedo pants. She muses about inviting her boyfriend the senator, and Michael tweaks her for his not being able to fix parking tickets. Never a good idea to tease a lady with a handful of pins.
Pam talks about how awesome Jim's homemade gifts for her always are, so this year she did something special: a comic book. She holds up The Adventures of Jimmy Halpert which shows Jim standing casually in front of a giant snarling bear. Pam explains how the character of Jimmy Halpert is bitten by a radioactive bear and becomes "Bear-Man. It's really good!" I'm sure Jim will think so.
Jim returns to his desk to find a post-it on his monitor: "IT IS TIME PARKING LOT AT NOON." He hands the note back to Dwight, who burns it.
Michael is standing around nervously and suddenly notices the fake tree, which simply won't do for Holly's arrival. "Somebody from New Hampshire looks at that and thinks it's a burning cross." He gives Pam cash to go get a real one right now, just as a jazz bassist shows up. "There's nothing classier than boring jazz music," Michael explains to us, saying that it was a better deal to hire one musician for the whole day than a quartet for an hour. But listening to him tune up, he starts to look a little nervous.