Dwight asks everyone to sign a clipboard for what he claims is a coffee order, but Phyllis quickly susses out that it's actually a loyalty pledge to Dunder Mifflin. Everyone tells him to chill out, especially Darryl, who says it isn't a big thing and that nobody even knows he's got this other gig on the side. So Dwight goes to Clark and demands access to all of Darryl's complaints from the last few weeks. "They got us set up with Windows 95, so you're kind of dreaming here," Clark explains. Instead, he fires up his dot matrix printer and they begin waiting.
Dwight's now holding a presentation in the conference room about loyalty, introducing a client who supposedly came storming in today over Darryl's failure to properly prioritize his current job. The guy is clearly not that upset, beyond being a little uncomfortable at all the fuss Dwight's making. Darryl explains to the client that the one-time delay in his shipment was due to unexpected truck downtime and it's very unlikely to happen again. The customer is satisfied with that explanation, but Dwight refuses to let him leave and keeps hammering the loyalty thing. Nellie hijacks the discussion, turning it into a metaphor for how Darryl is dating Dunder Mifflin. "Darryl is dating Val. Still," Darryl grumbles. With a significant look at Erin and Pete, Nellie adds that Darryl's flirting with Jim's company on the side. Because this is all too subtle for anyone in the room to actually pick up on, she asks everyone if it would be okay for Erin to cheat on Andy in his absence with, say, a Mr. X. Angela pipes up that it would be immoral. "Didn't you cheat on Andy?" Erin asks her. "Yes, and he didn't like it," Angela insists. A confused Kevin asks if they can just refer to Mr. X as Pete, since that's clearly who Erin is flirting with. Awkward silence.