Toby visits the water cooler to chat up Nellie, which just segues into how he wants to talk more about the Scranton Strangler trial. Nellie shuts him down -- none too kindly -- mocking him for talking about it endlessly and never actually doing anything.
The potential new boss introduces Pam to his own aunt, who's also an employee, and making a production of being hard on her. Then he tries to demonstrate how he can make people "chillax" just by saying "chillax," makes a Monty Python reference that he misidentifies as Kids in the Hall, and does "Coffee Tawk." Pam follows him into his office in amazement. Man, how many empty folders got thrown out in the writers room after this episode, anyway?
Andy waits until Erin has left the bullpen, then yells at everyone in it for letting Pete steal his girlfriend. Meredith, whose wig today looks a lot like her old hair, says she did all she could to prevent it by hitting on Pete. Andy's only interested in his own pain and an ill-thought-out reference to himself as Juliet's boyfriend before Romeo, who he thinks was probably her boss. Thought he knew Shakespeare better than that, given the way Nellie was able to save her ass with it at the end of last season. Darryl points out Andy's booger bubble and after dealing with it, Andy ducks back into his office, whining, "My whole life is a booger bubble!" Unobserved by anyone, Pete looks uncomfortable.
Bob Odenkirk is remarking on the tininess of Pam's resume and joking around with her. Pam laughs gamely, which he appreciates. He also appreciates the way her resume shows that she sticks around, which she doesn't seem to be taking as a compliment. He also remarks on his own employees: "They worship me, you know, but do they like me?" He's actually asking and Pam's already back in Michael-enabling mode as she lies, "Yes." And then he picks up a guitar to do a bad rendition of her resume as interpreted by Bob Dylan, which morphs into a musical stream-of-consciousness reflection of his own impressions of her: "I'm kinda cute, but I'm married so leave that be..."
Pete enters Andy's office for a quick talk, saying he knows breakups are tough but Andy has to move on. Right now, Pete? Andy tries to kick him out, but instead, Erin comes in to back Pete up. Pete tells Andy about how he understands Andy's predicament, because he used to date someone who worked right next to his house and he had to get over it. Erin cheerfully babbles about how they can all be friends, but Andy has already tuned out of this and into his next TH, in which he says that when life gives you lemons, "you just gotta eat 'em. Rinds and all. And if you don't want to eat 'em, your ex-girlfriend will shove them down your throat with the help of her hunky new boyfriend. So that's fun." Yeah, I don't think Andy was given those lemons, per se. I think they were a specific line item on the receipt for his THREE-MONTH BOAT TRIP.