Oscar and Kevin watch in the break room as Angela eats like a squirrel, although Kevin stops short of actionable mocking. Meredith announces that she's got a line on the security tape of Michael's "pond dive," but Jim tries to shut that down. "You watch that tape and you're going to have to stay late for more sensitivity training," he warns. Oscar and Kevin are okay with that. Well, at least Jim took a shot at protecting Michael. Or was it Michael he was protecting?
In the car on the way back, Andy is happy with the "maybe" they got from the prospect. "Going by the Nard-Dog curve, I'd say we nailed it." Pam brings up the belly-kissing, and Andy apologizes, saying it was just fun to role-play, and he's pretty sick of being single. Like, to the point where he's already decided on a birth coach. He asks Pam what she thinks about Erin. All Pam can manage is a "Meh," without the "M."
Everyone congregates around Meredith's computer to watch the footage, and again Jim tries to shut it down. Only more forcefully this time, pulling rank and everything. But Michael tells them to go ahead, insisting he can handle it. "He can't fire all of you." And when the tape plays, the truth comes out: Despite walking right next to him at the time, Jim did nothing to try to save Michael. In fact, he leaned away as Michael toppled into the drink. Everyone's kind of shocked. Michael looks at Jim in betrayal, and Jim quietly invites Michael for a talk in his office. "No," Angela says. "I didn't ask you!" Jim all but yells in her face, which more people should do more often, and repeats the invitation. And then walks away.
Dwight sums it up in a TH: "Jim is my enemy. But it turns out that Jim is also his own worst enemy. And the enemy of my enemy is my friend. So Jim is actually my friend. But, because he is his own worst enemy, the enemy of my friend is my enemy, so actually Jim is my enemy. But--" Where's that flip chart?
In his office, Jim admits to Michael that he should have grabbed him, and he's sorry. He admits that he thought he could have handled the sales call alone. "I may never be as good a salesman as you are, but I at least need a chance to do the job." Michael realizes something: "Jim is jealous of me."
Jim enters the kitchen, and gets some mocking from Meredith and Oscar. "Oscar's a douche," Michael confides to Jim after they leave. Jim appreciates it, but they agree that Oscar's all right. When they're leaving the room, Michael holds the door for Jim, but then pretends like he's going to fall, giving Jim a bit of friendly ribbing himself, where everyone can see. So after showing everyone that he's cool with Jim, suddenly so is everyone else. Which is very cool of Michael.