The Halloween party has started. Pete, who is not in costume, says he didn't know everyone was going to dress up. "Me neither," says Creed, whose face, shirt, and tie are spattered with red. "It's Halloween," he THs. "That is really, really, good timing."
In Andy's office, he's on Skype with Broccoli Rob, played by none other than Stephen Colbert, while Erin looks on. Broccoli makes some excuses about how he might have claimed to be the Boner Champ amid freely flowing wine coolers with the guys, but agrees to call them and straighten them out when Andy asks.
At the big investment meeting, which is just lunch at a restaurant with three other guys, Jim is clearly feeling a bit left out. One of the partners says that between their own investment and their backers, they're set for a year financially. Jim jumps in asking if it's too late to kick in a chunk himself. He mentions anywhere between five or ten thousand, which seems to initiate an uncomfortable silence. And you know how Jim hates not being the coolest person in any given room, which means this awkward situation is so unbearable to him that he just throws ten thousand dollars at it to make it go away as quickly as possible. Of course he's going to pay for that later, in more ways than one.
In the break room, Dwight tries to flush Daryl out as the madman by smearing peanut butter on his face, which Nellie explains is protection from the nanobots the government put in the A/C. The idea is to test whether this makes sense to Daryl, who encourages Dwight to keep going until his face is totally covered before agreeing, "Yeah, that's crazy."
Andy returns to the break room fishing for the news that his status as Boner Champ has been confirmed. That accomplished, he explains how he got it. "Spring Sing '95. Got completely ripped on Bud Drys. I had sex with a snowman. I just went at that thing. Cold would have stopped most people but I stayed locked in." Really, the only response to this is more creaking from his jacket.
Angela leads her husband, who is wearing a Ronald Reagan mask, into the conference room and reintroduces Robert and Oscar, who's dressed as a furry lizard. Robert thinks Oscar's just a dinosaur, but of course Oscar clarifies that he's the Electoral College. Okay, then. Angela dashes off, freaked out about the food spread, leaving Robert to flirt with Oscar until Oscar nods frantically at the camera aimed at them. One of the two cameras, at least.