Michael tells Pam that he and Dwight are on the way out for a while, and everyone should do expense reports while he's gone. Seems likely. Michael also asks whether Pam had his magazines changed to his new address (in anticipation of his big move, which you may have heard about). Although that really wouldn't be Pam's job, she confirms that she did it. With all the magazines. Small Businessman and American Way, which we knew about, Maxim, which we could have guessed about, and Cracked, which...we shake our heads at, but also could have guessed about. When Pam confirms that she took care of Cracked, she does so just pointedly enough that a taste of her disdain even makes it to the back of Michael's oblivious brain. Thus, Michael asks whether she changed something called Fine Arts...Aficionado...Monthly. Surprisingly enough, she hasn't changed that one, so he tells her to get on it. "I don't just read Cracked," he says scornfully.
In the car, Dwight asks about the shocks, then puts the top down. Michael despises him.
Jim comes by Oscar's desk and asks a question about the expense reports. Jim notices a scrawling that says "2005 Season" and asks what it means. Oscar explains that he and Kevin like to play paper football when Michael's not there ("Or when we're bored," Kevin adds), and when Jim moves some papers, he sees that the game has a long and storied history. "This goes back two years," Jim marvels. "We're bored a lot," Kevin says. Jim tries the game out for himself and loves it. "I really like the paper-triangle flicking-and-hitting-things game," he announces happily. "We call it hateball," Kevin says. "Because of how much Angela hates it." I enjoy both the name "hateball" and the intriguing fact that Angela apparently has nothing but contempt for this activity, but she doesn't bust them for playing, which she easily could. She's a specific kind of fun-killer, that one. Jim asks if they have any other games, and Kevin says that they sometimes play Who Can Put The Most M&Ms In Their Mouth. "You play that," Angela snots from off-screen. Oscar tells Jim he should ask Toby to teach him to play Dunderball. Jim is intrigued.