There's some commotion out in the bullpen: Jim's found a YouTube video (what? No Hulu?) of Ryan being arrested for double-entering company sales on the website. Which is, as it turns out, a little thing called fraud, according to accounting expert Oscar. Although Oscar maintains, "The real crime was the beard."
Back from ads, Michael has joined the crowd watching the video. He's heartbroken, naturally. Kelly THs a little fantasy about visiting Ryan in prison. And then Jim asks Pam to put him through to Ryan's phone so he can leave another message: "Disregard that last voice mail because you obviously have your hands tied. Good luck!" Oh, not wise.
Holly asks Toby what the protocol is for Michael's blue funks. Toby says he normally leaves it alone, but Holly steps up, making Michael think she's warm enough to have worked in a bakery. Seriously, he says that.
The staff heads outside to find the parking lot transformed into a carnival. Kevin excitedly dashes over to the bouncy house, while Phyllis reminds him to take off his shoes. Darryl's band is playing, and instead of an antigravity machine, there's a Ferris wheel. Michael's cool with that. Pam spots the fireworks waiting at the far end of the lot, and gives us a look: "Is Jim gonna propose tonight?" she asks us. Now, Pam, you know I can't tell you. Voices only go through the TV one way.