Down in the warehouse, the Bug-Free Four are hard at work around a makeshift worktable, and Darryl makes much of a chance encounter with Val. The others ask Darryl what he needs, and after wishing aloud for a chocolate cake, he goes off for a moment to himself, secretly grinning at the camera. Nellie decides that she, Kevin and Phyllis need to give Darryl what he wants most: Val.
Jim's on the court with Dr. J., impressing him by getting nothing but net from center court. He gets a call from Pam, and pretends he's all stressed out while sipping a smoothie delivered by a waiter, and Pam pretends to be totally in control while dropping a jar of mayonnaise on the parking lot. And Dr. J. offers Jim a pair of Japanese Nikes. Remember when celebrities playing themselves on sitcoms used to mean the writers took the week off? Looks like those days are back.
Erin hands out jars of mayonnaise to everyone in the conference room and tells them to leave it in for four hours. Dwight shows off a pair of scissors for when they're ready to get serious, and when Stanley tells him to put them away before he hurts himself, he attempts to twirl and holster them like a gunslinger, only to cut a gash in the hip of his hazmat suit. That only adds to his epidemic-movie cred as he locks himself in Andy's office screaming, "Noooo!" Erin tells everyone to pair up because this works better with a buddy. Angela asks Oscar, to his surprise. Creed asks Erin, but she lies that she's already paired up with Pete. So that leaves Creed with Pam. "Oh, God, stuck with the weirdo," he mutters.
Angela seems to be enjoying dolloping mayonnaise roughly on Oscar's scalp. Meredith does Stanley, telling him he's getting a bargain with a bald partner and all. Creed bails as soon as Pam finishes, leaving her to do herself. And Pete and Erin are having fun with it, of course. Andy, you are an idiot. All I can say is there had better be a good Ed Helms movie next year. Last time a core cast member disappeared for this long we ended up with Inglourious Basterds.