Andy is leading a "What's Been Going On?" meeting in the conference room, complete with flipchart. His plan is to get some updates on recent events to he can drop references to them in his upcoming meeting with Wallace. Wallace himself comes in, and Andy claims it's their weekly roundtable. Wallace says they should keep doing whatever they've been doing this last quarter, and they'll talk after he discusses the fired warehouse worker with Val. As soon as Wallace is gone, Andy is shocked at the news that someone from the warehouse got the axe. Kevin starts to bring him up to speed, and Dwight interrupts to claims that Frank lit Pam's mural on fire. In fact, the whole warehouse burned down. "This is what I'm talking about!" Andy says. "This would be good to know!" He pumps them for more "facts," so Phyllis volunteers that they've expanded into balloon sales, and Clark adds that Kathy Ireland is now the company's official spokesbabe. Too bad Andy hasn't been in the country to see her as the official spokesbabe for some insurance company instead.
In Andy's office, he mentions the balloons and the warehouse fire to Wallace, who doesn't seem to know what he's talking about. Lucky for Andy, he realizes what's up before he gets in too deep and digs himself out. "Think you'll agree I explained that pretty well." Wallace eventually leaves, none the wiser, and Andy directs his dirtiest look at the bullpen.
Later, Erin comes into Andy's office and finds him scratching distractedly on his wooden fish. "I don't love you anymore," she blurts. Andy's stunned, and she explains that he was gone a long time and didn't email her all that much. "You retweeted me a lot, to be fair, but I don't love you." Andy insists there's a lot of love -- at least on his side -- but they're just out of sync; it's merely a question of timing. Like his parents, who were never happy at the same time for several decades together. And look how that turned out. "I know you may not be feeling love for me right now," Andy begs, "but if you fake it, I won't be able to tell the difference." She seems almost willing to be convinced they can get it back.