Michael meets Dwight down by the dumpsters again, and the first thing he notices is the shirt. The second is that Dwight is crying. Then Charles appears, and Michael freaks out, thinking he set them both up. But Charles says that Dwight came to him, saying that Michael has been "pestering" him for company info. Michael doesn't think Dwight would -- but Dwight would. And did. He even says he's okay with the shirt sleeves now. Charles tells Michael to knock it off, and asks if he understands. Michael: "I understand... nothing!" How true that is.
Michael storms back into his office, bitching about being set up. They don't know what he's talking about, so Michael clarifies: "It's like a girl says she'll make out with you, but her boyfriend is waiting around the corner with a pee-filled balloon." You know Michael didn't just come up with that analogy off the top of his head. And sadly, it would appear that one time back in high school? It wasn't an analogy at all.
Jim comes into the kitchen where Andy is eating and acts all distraught about having just blown a sales call. Andy tells him not to let it get him down; after all, Andy does that all the time. But Jim is not to be placated, and even kicks and stomps on his lunch bag. Ooh, that just become a small tuna.
Michael calls Dwight to threaten him, using his best Cape Fear voice over the phone. "I'm going to steal all of your clients, and then I'm going to kill them in front of you." Pam tries to reel that in, but Michael says he's just getting hardcore. "Finally!" Ryan says. As soon as Michael and Dwight both hang up, they both rush to call a Mr. Scofield, but Dwight gets his assistant and Michael fails to get an outside line at all. Up in the DM bullpen, everyone notices that Dwight's concern about the possibility of losing Mr. Scofield, who is apparently with HarperCollins. Whoa, that's a lot of paper, there. Dwight denies it, but Phyllis insists that he seems worried. "And you have bad skin," Dwight snaps at Phyllis. "Oh, look, we're all making observations!" Wow, if this is how Dwight is acting now, I'd hate to see him if he were actually worried.