Holly's on the phone to her parents in her office. They apparently got Michael's message, at least in some sense, and Holly thinks she has a clue what it was about. But that becomes rather secondary as Holly realizes that neither of them, especially her dad, seems to be all there. I'm going to give the show the benefit of the doubt and assume that wasn't supposed to be funny.
Pam's buying coffee from Hank when she glances out the front door and sees Michael pouring gasoline on the parking lot. She rushes out, babbling, "Hi, I'm just coming out to see what you're doing and maybe stop you!" Michael asks for more gas, because, "I'm asking Holly a question in fire." Pam's excited that he's proposing, but when he asks her to light it for him, she starts to run inside with the matches and the empty gas can. "You've had two ideas today, and one of them was great, and the other one was terrible," she says. Michael's "not in the mood for riddles," but she's going to get a hose.
Ryan's selling bottles of his mom's pesto, which he got her to make for what he claimed was a "Pesto Party," and then he stuck on labels marked "Mama Sally's Homemade Pesto" with a picture of Phyllis looking out in annoyance. Dwight compliments Ryan's entrepreneurial mind and starts flipping through an old photo album of Stanley's, which he says he plans to throw away. "Why would I want some random black man's old photo album sitting on my bookshelf? I'm not James Franco." With that, Ryan's sold. Dwight THs about all the garbage, crap, and junk from everyone in the office that he used to trade up to "a very cute squid that Erin happened to have." He shows us the stuffed cephalopod. You thought the cute squid was Gabe, didn't you? Heh, heh, no, Gabe's not cute.
Dwight notices Jim's "miracle legumes" back out on the table, and Jim snatches them away. Dwight scoffs some more, so Jim dramatically announces, "This ends now!" He crumples the package, throws it on the floor, stomps on it, and throws it away. Dwight is not unmoved.