Andy complains to Erin about how his snowman story failed to impress the members of Here Comes Treble. "What is with these turkeys?" Erin wonders. So she goes into the break room and orders them to do "Faith," even though they don't know it. "You have to or Andy will flip out. And make it a surprise. Please." On her way back to her desk, she pauses to insist to Pete, "This isn't stupid."
Dwight and Nellie are sitting in the kitchen with the pill set out as bait. Toby comes in and sees Nellie for the first time today, and it's love at first sight. And then it gets really, really creepy. Exit Toby, probably to Costa Rica. Nellie sighs and says they're getting too worked up over a mere anxiety pill. Dwight tells her he has anxieties of his own. "Every waking moment of my life is sheer torture." He frets about his land disputes, useless cousins, and ne'er do well siblings (way to plug your spinoff, Dwight), but says he doesn't need a pill to get through it. Meredith strolls in, sees the pill and grabs it, saying, "Cool, free upper!" Dwight jumps her with the giant butterfly net he's got stashed for the purpose, which is when Nellie confesses that the pill is hers and helps Meredith out of the net. 'Stop bagging my head!" Meredith yells at Dwight in a nice callback. Nellie pops the pill and says it makes her feel better. "And maybe it could help you too."
Jim returns to the office and joins the party as everyone sitting in the conference room waiting for the Here Comes Treble performance. Pam asks how it went, and Jim gets all sketchy as he slowly says he put in the full ten thousand. Pam's a little stunned, and gets increasingly upset as Jim turns out not to have any details on how much the others invested. Andy introduces Here Comes Treble, who come in singing a romantic ballad while Pam continues hissing at Jim about how he volunteered ten thousand dollars that the venture didn't need, even though he says he kind of "had to." She gets pulled into the performance, and Clark loudly asks "Where's the band? Cause there's no way you guys are making this magic with just your mouths!" He briefly THs about whether he's overdoing it, then dismisses the very idea. Back at the show, Jim is trying to put off the discussion that Pam would rather have now.