Angela approaches Pam at her desk and primly asks her to set Angela up with someone: "I would like to have a relationship with a man." The camera swings over to Dwight, looking stricken. Pam stammers that she'll have to give it some thought, and Angela stiffly tells her to let her know, and takes off again. As Dwight droops in his seat, he gets another IM: "You beat me. You are the superior being." Dwight's face crumples. Dwight's life is hard.
And then Michael and Jim return to the office, Michael aggressively playing it off like the Scranton party was always the place to be anyway. Angela looks gratified that Michael is supporting her party after all, but he tells her that the party he wants will be nothing like the one she's been planning, and she scowls again. Michael notices Dwight pouting, and Andy tells Michael that Dwight won the sales contest. Michael cheers that for a moment, before getting back to the party business and ordering Angela to his office to take notes on the party revamp. He interviews that it was a disappointing day, in that he realized that he wasn't as important as he thought he was "to a certain executive," but says he isn't going to cry about it: "I did that in the car on the way home." Oh, thank God we didn't see footage of that. I might cringe myself into a stroke.
In his office, Michael gives Angela a completely unrealistic list of elements he would like at the Scranton party (set to start in less than an hour, remember), including three kinds of pizza, steak, orchids, something made of ice, someone famous, and go-go dancers. He wants the party to embarrass all the other parties, especially the one in New York. Angela pleads that she can't do it, but Michael says he knows she can: "Who else could do this?" Angela relents, and Michael clarifies, "Seriously, is there anyone else who could do it better? Because we don't have a lot of time." Angela stomps out rather than punch Michael in the face, and he calls after her that he'll get the pizza. You see, when there's a crisis, a good manager pitches in.
After commercials, Angela stomps through the bullpen to try to fulfill some of Michael's ridiculous requests. Once she's gone by them, Andy leans in to Dwight to ask what he thinks of Angela, indicating that he might be interested in seeing her. Dwight plays it off like he's never noticed Angela as a potential partner, and adding that he doesn't think it's a good idea to date someone you work with: "I think you should date Kelly." Andy, confused, says that Kelly works in the office, too, but apparently, to Dwight, working in the annex means that Kelly barely even works for the company -- in which case I don't know why he would expect her to be more loyal to him than to the website. But he magnanimously adds that Andy is also welcome to date Toby. Eh, I've seen worse pairings. And the tabloids could call them Anby.
Michael comes out to the bullpen to announce some good news: "Guess who just ordered from your favourite pizza place, Alfredo?" There's a general rumbling of concern, which Kevin vocalizes on behalf of the group: "Alfredo's Pizza Café? Or Pizza By Alfredo?" Michael claims it's the same thing. But everyone else is vehement that it really, really isn't. Of course, Michael ordered from Pizza By Alfredo, the crappy one, because he had a coupon. Kevin interviews that Pizza By Alfredo is like eating a hot circle of garbage -- but given that Michael's idea of a tasty sub is bologna and ketchup, no one should be that surprised by his low standards. In fact, they should probably just hope he didn't order a whole bunch of pizzas with bologna. And ketchup.