Michael gets to a complaint from Kelly. "'Ryan never returns my calls.' Join the club." Ryan tries to blame his voice mail. Kelly says she wants her complaint withdrawn. Toby agrees, "Fine, I'll take your name off, so no one will know." This last is directed pointedly at Michael, but it goes right over his head. Jim makes a heroic attempt to derail all this nonsense: he raises his hand and says that Dwight tried to kiss him, and he hadn't told anyone because he isn't sure how he felt about it. Dwight demands it be redacted, but Jim says he isn't making a formal complaint. "I just thought we should talk about it." Awesome. Dwight asks Toby something about the file in New York. "Sure," Toby lies. As Michael moves on to Stanley, Pam stands up and hisses at Angela, "Thanks for ratting me out." Angela denies it, but Pam doubts her, since the only one Angela hasn't complained about is "Bobblehead Joe." Meanwhile, Stanley denies filing the complaint that the men's room is whites-only, which it of course isn't. "Then why is there a picture of a white man on the door?" Creed demands. Moving along.
Toby barely sits down for his photo, saying, "Just take it." The picture shows him already getting up to leave.
In the break room, Pam bitches to Jim about Angela, and he tries to talk her down. He asks her what Roy thinks. Pam says she tries not to bother him with this stuff. "You mean like your thoughts and feelings?" Jim asks, pretty boldly for him. "Yeah," Pam says cluelessly.
In the conference room, Michael gets tired of Angela and Phyllis sniping at each other over Angela's self-assigned parking space and declares it resolved. "I don't like you," Phyllis whispers at Angela. I think that may be the one positive thing Michael accomplishes today.
Ryan vs. Creed. Ryan has complained about Creed's "old man smell." Creed cops to it, explaining about the mung beans he grows on a damp paper towel in his desk drawer. "Very nutritious but they smell like death."
Michael resolves the problem of Kevin making sexually suggestive remarks to Angela that make her uncomfortable: "You will make sexually suggestive remarks to Kevin that make him uncomfortable." "I accept your decision," Kevin says instantly. Another win-win-win!
While Dwight waits to get his photo taken, Jim jokingly suggests getting theirs taken together, and they can walk in together every morning. "Smile," says the photographer. "No," says Dwight, and then THs that he never smiles if he can help it, since showing your teeth is a sign of submission in the primate world. "When someone smiles at me, all I see is a chimpanzee begging for its life." Which explains a great deal about his taste in girlfriends.