Out at the desks, Dwight tells Jim that during his performance review, he should propose to Michael that they carry more "double-tabbed manila file folders." Jim says there's no such thing; Dwight insists it's "a new product." Craftily, Dwight turns to the camera and smiles evilly, telling Jim this will help him get a raise. But Dwight is foiled when Jim says he's not asking for a raise anyway -- he's asking for a cut. Dwight doesn't understand, but he loses patience and says he's not going to sit here and deal with Jim, because he's just looking forward to not having to see Jim "tomorrow or Sunday." This freezes Jim mid-bite of yogurt. Way happier than is healthy, Jim looks at Dwight and says, "By 'tomorrow,' you mean...Saturday, right?" Dwight agrees, dummy. In a TH, Jim points out that it's currently Thursday, but Dwight thinks it's Friday. "And that's what I'll be working on this afternoon," he adds with a smile.
Stanley's performance review is going much like Pam's, in that he's patiently talking Michael through his relationship problems, suggesting Michael listen to the message again and pay attention to "the pauses." Michael is impressed: "How do you know that?" he asks. "Did you learn that on the streets?" Stanley agrees: "I did learn it on the streets. On the ghetto, in fact." "No kidding," says an impressed Michael, and then we cut to Stanley's TH, in which he says, "It's all about my bonus."
In the break room, Jim is making some tea when Pam passes through on her way to the bathroom. She mentions that Michael and Jan made out. Jim is all, "Echhhh," and he adds that it's Thursday, but Dwight thinks it's Friday. "So keep that going," he says. On her way into the bathroom, Pam is almost as unreasonably excited about this prospect as he is.
Michael happily sends Stanley out of his performance review, literally patting him on the back for his great performance. Angela is next, and in an interview, she says she likes performance reviews: "I really enjoy being judged," she says. But just as she's about to head into Michael's office, Pam tells Michael that Jan is on the phone. This leads to Angela's performance review being truncated, in the sense that she never even makes it into the office, but is just told that she did great. In Michael's office, he puts Jan on the speakerphone and grandly promises us that perhaps this is not so "mutual," since she's calling him. She! Is calling Michael! But when he takes her call, she confusedly says she's just returning his "many calls." He tells her he was calling to "get some closure" on "what transpired between [them]" at Chili's. "No," she says flatly, saying they will not be discussing that at all. They will only be discussing his "concrete ideas" for the Scranton branch. Michael looks distraught, but says that "surely, this review is a formality" because of the transpiring, and the Chili's. Jan tells him he's quite mistaken, and he'd better "forget anything" that went down in the parking lot. And, presumably, thereafter. She instructs him to be "completely professional," which...first time for everything, I guess. He pauses. "Been thinking about you," he says, to which Jan replies that this would be "an example of completely unprofessional behavior." Michael doesn't understand, and once Jan susses out that the cameras are listening, she hangs up. To the dial tone, Michael says, "That's my girlfriend." It really isn't.