Stamford. Andy opens his desk drawer to find his calculator in Jell-O. He pulls it out and asks who did it. No one confesses, but Jim looks pretty openly pleased with himself. Andy keeps asking who did it, getting madder and madder until he finally kicks a wastepaper basket across the room. The camera pushes in on Jim, who's suddenly consumed with whatever's up on his monitor and rapidly shaking his head in order to avoid discovery. Plus no one else really thinks it's that funny either. Maybe they already got their fill of that gag the first time.
Jan enters the Scranton office and gives Oscar a pleasant, finger-intensive wave. Oscar doesn't look that excited at the prospect of being invited to join Jan on a visit to the Liz Claiborne outlet.
In his office, Michael gets dressed down by Jan, who can't believe he could be so obtuse about sexual orientation. Michael is affronted that she would say that about him: he watched The L Word, and what he called "Queer As Fuck," the last word being bleeped. Jan wearily says that's not what it's called (and she's right), Toby says that Michael essentially outed Oscar today, and now he feels his co-workers -- particularly Angela -- are discriminating against him: "And that's your fault." Michael seizes on the mention of her name, saying that he thinks Angela might be gay, and that maybe the root cause of all this stuff is that she and Oscar are having "a gay affair." Jan and Toby both try to get Michael to understand that this isn't possible; Jan adding that Michael should imagine if he were gay. Michael chuckles that he really, really, so isn't, and that no one should know that better than Jan. She's not in a kidding mood, though, and says that his immaturity could lead to a lawsuit that the company can ill afford. Though if it does happen, they should see if DM can get the contract for the paper used to print the many, many pages of depositions taken from Michael's employees.