Michael and Pam are in the conference room, going through some seriously petty complaints between other people in the office. "You will notice that not one of these complaints is against me," Michael smugs.
Toby corrects that impression, showing us the fat accordion file that represents complaints against Michael for that year's first quarter alone. But it's not as bad as it could be; it's not like the folder is full of CD-ROMs.
Michael comes out into the bullpen and asks who has filed a complaint. Almost everyone raises their hands. He follows up by asking if their complaints were resolved, or just listened to and forgotten. "Listened to and forgotten," everyone murmurs. So Michael has decided to resolve everything. He wants to start with Phyllis vs. Angela. "You already did me," Angela says. Jim lip-syncs Michael's "That's what she said." Michael pages through the file, pointing out that Angela has complained about everyone except Dwight, which makes her the only one. Before she and Dwight can get too uncomfortable, Michael asks Toby to define "redacted." The reason he asks is that there are a bunch of complaints against Dwight that were redacted six months ago. Dwight loudly wonders why anyone would do that. Spotting Angela's uncomfortable reaction, Pam comes to her rescue for some reason, stepping up and changing the subject to complaints against herself. There's only one in there, but it's withdrawn, so Michael wants to move on. But Pam can't let go of the idea that someone might have ever thought she's anything less than perfect, so she makes Michael read it: "Does she have to plan her wedding on office time? Shouldn't she do that at home?" With six months? Even I know that isn't enough time to plan a wedding, and I barely got to mine on time. Pam turns and gives Angela a look of betrayal. Angela just looks back at her like, "What?"
Pam THs that she's kept Angela's secret all this time, gave her a save-the-date card, and now this. "What the hell!" she fumes.