In Karen's office, after Michael finishes a little demonstration of part of his talk that involves a chainsaw, Pam awkwardly changes the subject to Karen's due date, which is a month out. Michael even more awkwardly changes the subject to how Karen got this way, and apparently she's married to a guy named Dan who she met at a bar. Judging from the photos, he's even taller than Jim. Speaking of whom, Karen asks Pam about Jim, and Pam reveals that they're engaged. Karen swallows her shock and possibly some bile, and gives Pam a congratulatory hugs. "Old hatreds dissolve into new friendships," Michael narrates. "This is really a beautiful moment." Well, it almost could have passed for one, for a second there.
In the break room, Stanly hands his client, Julia, off to Andy. He starts fishing for clues on whether she has a boyfriend. The answer turns out to be negative, so Andy bursts back into the bullpen. "Oh, my desk is over there," Oscar suddenly realizes, which is kind of dickish of him considering how Andy tried to help him in Winnipeg. So much for being wingmen for life. Even worse, Creed steps into the breach: "This is how I got Squeaky Fromme. No small talk. Just show her who's the boss. Just go right in and kiss her." Andy has his doubts, until Creed asks, "Have I ever steered you wrong, Jim?"
Leaving the Utica branch, Pam tells Michael that she's glad she came. Now she doesn't have to wonder if she did something wrong. Now she has closure. Chicks do dig their closure.
Andy walks his new client to her car, and gives her his "Nard-Dog guarantee." She asks what a Nard-Dog is, and by way of answering, he moves in to kiss her. She puts a stop to that quick, and Andy totally folds, apologizing and saying how he just got his heart broken. She says she just got out of a relationship too. Is he actually about to pull this out and get a date after all? Well, no. "We lost the account," Andy THs.