Later, a sandwich delivery guy enters with a box, only to have Dwight complain that it's not an eight-foot sub. Apparently it's eight one-foot subs. "F," Dwight says, admitting defeat, and pays the exact total of the bill. He THs that he doesn't tip people for things he can do himself. But he did tip his urologist. "I am unable to pulverize my own kidney stones," he admits. A rare vulnerable moment for Dwight, especially since he's on record as claiming to never have been sick.
Michael presents his employees with the baloney, tomato, and ketchup sandwiches, which they're not exactly thrilled about. "Get whatever you want," he snaps at them, gracelessly carrying them out of the break room. "Choke on it."
Michael THs about his sixteenth birthday, when a girl he had a date with went out with another Michael by mistake instead and got him a cake, even though it wasn't the other Michael's birthday. "So that was the worst birthday I ever had," Michael concludes. And no, the deleted scenes on the DVD don't cover all thirty-nine of the others.
Pam and Jim are at the grocery store, having picked up for Kevin a big bag of M&Ms (Kevin's favorite candy), an American Pie 2 DVD (Kevin's favorite movie, but he foolishly lent it to Creed) and sixty-nine cups o'noodles (favorite number, favorite lunch). Thoughtful, but sixty-nine lunches may come off as cruel if it turns out Kevin's only got a month to live. Surely even he wouldn't relish the thought of eating nothing but cup o'noodles for literally the rest of his life.
Ryan's fixing his own lunch in the break room, when Dwight comes in to say there's still five feet of sub left. "Someone ate three feet of that thing?" Ryan marvels disgustedly. Dwight takes the ice cream cake out of the freezer. Angela comes and tries to take it from him, but Dwight refuses, saying he can't risk anything going wrong. Dropping his voice, he asks Angela about the "meeting" later to "discuss finances," he adds, cutting his eyes at Ryan. Angela says yes. "But don't expect any cookie," she whispers back. In the background, Ryan looks up in alarm. And Angela leaves, emphasizing that no matter how hungry Dwight may be there will be no cookie.