Michael follows her back to watch her unpack her belongings, which include a large Woody (Michael heroically represses a "that's what she said") from Toy Story, a gift from Holly's Nashua boyfriend A.J. Michael seems to think that her relationship with A.J. is past tense, and Holly doesn't actively correct him. They talk Toy Story, which A.J. hadn't seen until they watched them all together, and then the next day Woody was in her bed. "That's creepy. How did A.J. get in your house?" Michael asks. Holly says they live together, as she puts a photo of her and A.J. on her desk. Michael's obviously devastated, but manages to hold it together as the camera zooms in on Woody's similarly frozen smile.
Pam and Andy are at the tree lot, trying to pick out a tree while Darryl argues with his daughter's mom on the phone. After he gets off, Pam advises him to bring her to the party so Darryl can be the "fun" parent. Wow, what a terrible idea.
When they return, Darryl's got his preteen daughter Jada with him, and she's not impressed with Michael's "sophisticated take" on Santa. Neither is Darryl, who hisses that he told her Santa would be at the party. Michael shoots back that he was told Holly would come back single. When Pam asks by whom, Michael blames Nora Ephron and every romantic comedy ever. Like there aren't enough things to blame them for already.
In the annex, Phyllis and Kelly are grilling Holly about her relationship, and Pam tells them to back off. "Yeah, maybe Holly's not in any position to be shooing guys away." Then Erin THs in utter confusion, "I don't get it!" I love how Erin, who is impressed by everyone, is totally unimpressed by Holly, who is awesome. Or at least used to be. Holly finally admits that she's going to give A.J. an ultimatum to propose by the end of the year. At Christmastime? That's cutting it close. Pam's not sure that's a good idea, but Kelly's down with it: "Basically nobody does anything for me any more unless I threaten to kill myself." Nice to see Mindy Kaling giving herself some good lines for once.
Jim walks around behind Pam to his desk...but there's Pam coming in the other door. Which means the Pam at her desk is actually Dwight in a wig and Pam's sweater, hurling snowballs at him. Dwight THs, "Yes, I have a wig for every single person in the office. You never know when you're going to need to bear a passing resemblance to someone." Like Meredith, Kevin, or Stanley. Even in those wigs, his resemblance is "passing" only in the sense that kidney stones are. Jim: "I just want it to stop."