Down behind the warehouse, a waiting Dwight calls, "Michael?" But it actually is Madge from the warehouse, and not Michael in a clever disguise. The real Michael appears a moment later, and Dwight practically strips to his underwear to show he's not wearing a wire. They discuss a truce, and the first step is Dwight's offer to take Michael's the whole company out for lunch.
Cut to Michael, Ryan, and Pam at the restaurant, and Michael calls Dwight, who is in their office, putting a fish in their air vent and stealing all Michael's crap off his desk, including his Rolodex. He claims to be stuck in traffic, after having hit a bear, and asks Michael to order him a sandwich. When they return and find they've been robbed, Dwight calls with an evil smirk and asks if they enjoyed their lunch. Michael doesn't have time for this right now, until Pam holds up a note saying, "Dwight did it!" Michael is stung that Dwight broke their truce. Dwight makes dire threats Michael about the enemy he's made, and Michael tries to retaliate by eating the sandwich Dwight had him order. Which Dwight anticipated, which is why he ordered the worst item on the restaurant's menu. "Bastard!" Michael spits around a nasty mouthful.
Dwight's working Michael's rolodex now, stiffly making use of the personal notes Michael has on the backs of the cards like kids' ages and "ponytail." In a TH, he shows off his own card. "On the back he wrote, 'Great salesman, better friend.'" Except when Dwight holds it up to the camera, we can see it really says two things: "Tall" and "Beets." Ouch. Well, at least it doesn't say "Idiot," which is what I would have expected.
Dwight gets a call on his cell phone, and it's Michael, calling from a suspiciously tight shot as he says that if Dwight keeps coming after him, he can't succeed. Dwight doesn't care, so Michael adds, "I'm going to have you listen while I steal your biggest client." Michael puts his phone in his pocket, turning it down so it's essentially a one-way call as he enters the office of Daniel Scofield, HarperCollins.
Next thing you know, Dwight's in the car, racing to Scofield's office. He's still listening as Michael claims that buying paper from an owner and founder like himself is like buying software from Bill Gates. "ARE YOU SAYING YOU INVENTED PAPER?!?" Dwight bellows impotently.
In the outer hallway, Andy holds Jim, who is apparently crying so hard he can't speak. And a moment later, in the bullpen, Andy calls everyone out for whatever it was someone did to Jim. "I guess I could be nicer," Kevin concedes. Phyllis is the one to tell Andy that Jim's messing with him. Andy's doubtful, until he looks over to the window to the kitchen and sees Jim grinning out at him.