After the ads, Michael and Holly have turned to face the group, but they're still sharing a chair. Michael's feeling a little defensive, and when he accuses them of hypocrisy, Dwight backs that up by confessing that he's had intercourse in the office, as have Angela, Ryan, Kelly, Meredith, Phyllis, Michael, and Holly. "As has Kevin," Kevin adds, claiming, "She goes to another school." Michael agrees no more PDA, but wants to designate three closets as "hook-up zones." One for each base, no homers. And Dwight's way too excited about the space set aside for...ah, solo batting practice.
In the break room, Pam is talking to Jim about how weird it is to even want to have sex in the office. "Ew," Jim "agrees." Let's try not to read too much into how he's trying to insert a limp dollar bill into the vending machine's unwelcoming slot.
Erin and Andy find Gabe's boom box in Darryl's office, and after debating whether he can hear them (he can), go ahead and play it. It's one of Gabe's "soundscapes," and it sounds like he's singing "The temp at night." Darryl would very much like them to go now.
Pam and Jim are heading for their "nap zone," but one of the warehouse guys is already there. About-face!
Holly tells Michael that she wants to stop with the PDA if it's making people uncomfortable. Michael's TH compares them to Romeo and Juliet, "And this office is like the dragon that kept them apart."
Out in the bullpen, Michael catches up with Holly and says everyone's jealous of two people in love. Holly is brought up short, and asks if he means he loves her, after they've only been dating for a week. And while everyone's cringing at what looks like it's going to be a crash and burn, she returns the sentiment. They move in, but then Michael suddenly remembers and announces, "I am really disappointed in the office's policy on PDA at this moment." He and Holly both say "I love you" with a handshake. Back in his office, he says, "No big deal. Just that the hottest girl in the world loves me." I'm glad he's looking at the bright side.
Andy and Erin enter the supply closet, because that's Ryan's office. Erin figures they'll have to wait in there until nighttime, but Andy closes the door and turns off the lights to reveal glowing starts stuck to the walls. They both marvel at how romantic it is, while Gabe cluelessly passes by outside the closed door. Above the door is the phrase "EAT AT HANKS," which I guess refers to the lobby.