Later, in accounting, Angela is complaining to Kevin about screwing up a form. He apologizes: "I didn't realize I was doing something wrong. If I had, I would have admitted it and stopped right away. Because I wouldn't want an innocent person who doesn't know anything about the form..." He goes on until Angela puts on her noise-canceling headphones. Oscar congratulates Kevin, with the minor caveat that he wasn't really talking about the form at the end there. So Kevin tries again: "I'm sorry I did such a whorish job filling out this form." Much better.
Dwight is getting nervous about having to sit with his back to Andy, especially when the latter abruptly snaps at his cake person over the phone. He offers to switch places with Jim, and when that doesn't work he steals Jim's coffee spoon to use as a mirror. Dwight THs about "Rule 17: don't turn your back on bears, men you have wronged, or the dominant turkey during mating season." This is one of the 40 rules all Schrute boys must learn. Which even comes with a song: "Learn your rules/you better learn your rules/if you don't, you'll be eaten in your sleep [chomping noise]." This TH is also noteworthy, because it's the first and last indication that Dwight sees himself as having wronged Andy in any way whatsoever.
Dwight clears his throat and moves his Dwight bobblehead a few inches to one side, which is apparently the secret signal that he wants to meet with Angela. In the hallway, Dwight pressures her to tell Andy. She doesn't want to. And you know how Angela is about doing things she doesn't want to do. Especially when they involve Andy.
When Dwight returns to his desk, he has to tell a waiting Michael and Jim, "Not yet." "When?" Jim presses, all nosy. Andy wonders what's going on, and his curiosity doesn't exactly dissipate when Michael, Dwight, and Jim enter Michael's office and close the door behind them. Inside, Dwight tries to assure the other two that Angela will tell Andy when she's good and ready. "Is she crazy in bed?" Michael asks out of nowhere. Jim tries to drown out Dwight's answer (which includes the words "eager" and "flexible," so try harder next time, Jim) by saying this shouldn't happen at work. "Too late," Michael decrees as he puts his coat on to leave for Corporate, and to tell Andy on his way out. Jim and Dwight are actually in agreement that this is the wrong way to go. "This has to get out, so we can all deal with it," Michael insists. "But you're leaving," Jim says. Michael...is.