Dwight announces to the staff that he's been made aware that they're unhappy with the plan, so he wants them to fill out a survey and say what diseases they have, so he can see about coverage for those. Jim points out the slight confidentiality problems this creates, but Dwight solves this very easily by pointing out that nobody has to use his or her name on the sheet. Just write your diseases down anonymously! Well, that does sound good. HIPAA schmippa! Don't come at me with your Department Of Federal Requirements!
Michael's First Disastrous Attempt At Surprise Planning happens when he visits a travel agency hoping to get an all-expenses-paid trip to Atlantic City. It turns out that large, last-minute, entirely comped trips to casinos aren't as easy to come by as Michael thought. Maybe if they were all senior citizens?
Back at the office, diseases are being circled. There's also a write-in section (Dwight's biggest mistake), and Jim and Pam are at reception making plans. Jim tells Pam that she shouldn't write down Ebola or mad cow disease. He waits a beat and tells her that he has both, grinning and holding up his paper, which not only shows the entire block of circle-able diseases circled en masse, but also shows that he has written not only those two, but also "Count Choculitis" and something that ends in "--east ears," which I really, really wish I could see. Pam whispers to him that she's making up new diseases to claim that she has, and she asks Jim for a possible name for an affliction where your teeth turn to liquid and run down the back of your throat. Jim, feigning confusion, tells her he thought she was making things up -- that's spontaneous dentohydroplosia! Pam is impressed. We all are impressed.