Michael brings Katy a cup of coffee. When he tries to show her around, she tries to get away like he's a farmer and she's a Thanksgiving turkey, but nothing doing -- he orders Ryan to watch the purses and shepherds Katy around the office. Michael's interest in taking Katy around is mostly in trying to show off the fact that he's a big shot, so there's a lot of casual intruding and interrupting as they move from person to person. Pam THs that having Katy around is great: "It's another person for Michael to, um...interact with." Heh. When Michael introduces Katy to Toby, the two of them find a high school in common (based on her ring), so Michael eagerly leaps in to tell the tale of Toby's divorce and subsequent nights spent sleeping in his car. Katy's sympathies evidently lie where you would expect in the wake of that maneuver. Wanting absolutely nothing so much as an exit, Katy heads back to her table. Michael THs that he normally lives by a "no office romances" rule, but also by another one: "Just do it." Unless he lives by another rule along the lines of "always carry chloroform and a rag," I don't think this is really going to be an issue today.
Break room. Roy is giving Jim crap about how he should go after "the purse girl." Jim counters that Katy really isn't his type. "What are you, gay?" Roy asks sensitively. "Mmm...I don't think so," Jim says thoughtfully. "What is your type?" Kevin asks from inside the open refrigerator. Jim pauses for a moment as his eyes flick over to Pam. But he covers: "Moms, primarily. Yep. Soccer moms, single moms, NASCAR moms, any type of mom, really." "That's disgusting," Roy says. "Stay away from my mom," Kevin says quietly. "Too late, Kevin," Jim answers inevitably as he takes a bite of his sandwich. Just then, Katy walks by and into the bathroom, and Roy says he "would be all over that" if he and Pam weren't "dating." "We're not dating, we're engaged," Pam says, just wishing that the string of indignities would end already. "Engaged, yeah," Roy agreeably agrees. Pam walks out. Jim THs that he and Pam are "good buddies," and that he's her guy to talk to about problems with work or...Roy. He's not sure Pam has any other problems, which is probably because Pam doesn't do a lot else.