Michael is now pretending to be a werewolf, but he killed three hours, so he figures they're halfway done. Then he blows his nose as obnoxiously as it is possible to do while still using tissue.
Pam visits Gabe to remind him that she was made office administrator before the Sabre takeover, but she hasn't gotten paid yet. "I'm not blaming you," she adds hastily. Gabe's relieved to hear it; all he needs from her is the signature of every department head so he can take it to Corporate. Pam looks ready, willing, and able to do that.
Toby admits defeat and offers to let Michael run out the clock by "playing games, drawing some pictures, talking." Michael gives us a victory bow.
Dwight's outfit has been augmented with Andy's sweater vest and he's promoted his necktie to the position of ascot. Don't ask me where he got the pipe from. Erin takes a picture of him with a disposable camera, which she then throws away in a gag from NewsRadio. She THs about how you should always use a real camera if you want to remember something, "but I don't care if I forget today." My DVR feels the same way sometimes.
Toby is playing Connect Four with Michael, which is how the subject of Michael's stepfather Jeff comes up. He remembers Jeff taking him to a baseball game, where the pitcher was taken off the field by the manager. "Jeff really respected the manager," Michael recalls. Toby is thrilled to be getting somewhere, not at all suspicious about how on-the-nose this all is.
While the guys are waiting for the elevator, Angela pulls Dwight aside to get her card punched. And you know how sometimes getting your card punched is used as a euphemism for sex? Not in this case; Angela has an actual card for Dwight to punch. Which indicates that she's asking him to come over to her place tonight to punch her card in the other sense. "Wear this," she says. "Don't forget the pipe."
Toby and Michael have moved on to cards, and a discussion Michael's dog who ran away, which Michael thought was because the dog didn't like him. Toby remarks, "it's very important for you to be liked, isn't it?" Slowly, the penny drops for Michael, although it's Michael, so drops in the equivalent of moon gravity. Michael gets pissed off and yells at Toby, saying he can't help anyone, including his marriage. Toby finally gives up for real and throws the forms on the table for Michael to fill out however he wants. "Thank you, doctor, take two of these and call me in the morning," Michael signs off with a double-bird. Is that one of those win-win-win scenarios he was talking about in "Conflict Resolution?"