At the fundraiser, Angela is in the middle of introducing the two Roberts (California and Lipton) to each other when Andy shows up, leaves his ex-boss hanging for a minute waiting to shake hands, and then gives him a big hug. Then he THs, "Where do I look? It's been so long since I did one of these things." He claims to be doing great, though.
Kevin brags to Creed that he just bid a mere $20 on jujitsu lessons in the silent auction: "No one's raping this guy!" Creed says he doesn't want to get raped, and bids $22, to Kevin's chagrin. Dwight thinks a more accurate price is $180, so he writes it down, even as Kevin tries to explain to him how the bidding works. "You guess the price, you win the prize," Dwight duhs. "Have you never been to a Quaker fair before?" Kevin cackling-heads that this makes Dwight the stupid guy in the office. "Because up till now, we didn't have one."
Andy's telling Ryan and the Halperts about the rock opera he's been writing, and how great he's doing. "Oh, this guy's having a breakdown," Ryan THs. He should know.
The Senator gives Oscar his cell phone number, ostensibly to help with the animal shelters, and adds that he's most likely to pick up after 9:00 PM. Oscar holds onto the card and THs, "This confirms three things: I'm right about the senator, I still got it, and poor Angela." In order of importance.
At one of the Dunder Mifflin-Sabre tables, Andy tells Robert about the villain of his piece, Thomas Oregon, who tries to destroy all the guitars in the world because of how music is the one thing he can't control. Sure, Robert California can be called a lot of things, but a control freak isn't one of them. After Andy loudly sings a few lines, Meredith and Stanley both tell him to tone it down and call him a "jabroni." Robert, realizing this was a bad idea, offers to treat Andy and Erin to a dinner out somewhere tonight, and when Andy declines, Robert flatly asks him to leave. Instead of doing so, Andy flags down a server to try to buy two seats at another table. But since he can't do that, he scores himself a whole table. And a limp high-five. "Let's do that again," Andy grins.
Andy sits at a table by himself, making the server add pepper to every salad at it. Oscar joins the Halperts at the next table and hisses to them that "Angela's husband just hit on me." Jim and Pam are skeptical, but Oscar insists, "He wanted to rock more than just my vote." Oscar reenacts the look the senator gave him, which convinces only Pam. "Life isn't Downton Abbey," Jim argues. "Life is Downton Abbey," Pam insists. To settle this, Jim decides to get the Senator's cell phone number himself, just to prove he gives it to everyone.