In the hallway, Jan THs that she will not be discussing anything on camera about this, but she'd really like a light.
Dwight's performance review includes a trophy prop, a Smallville reference, and little else. Michael is entirely distracted thinking about his lovely Jan, out in the hallway.
Jim and Pam discuss whether Jan and Michael did it. Jim doesn't want to think about it, but Pam can't imagine how you "come back from that." Jim thinks you can't, "especially working together," but Pam's just talking about how you can possibly recover from "doing that with Michael." Like, "as a human being." Jim agrees that it's obviously impossible.
Jan blusters back into Michael's office to collect her stuff, telling him she'll do his review over the phone. She can't stand to share his zip code for now, I think. Michael follows her out, demanding to know "why," and this back and forth and forth and back and OH MY GOD it hurts to look at it keeps up as he follows her all the way out to the elevator. Finally, he asks her if he's too short. She assures him that his looks are not the issue. "It's your personality," he says. "You're obnoxious and rude, and and and and stupid..." She also confirms the coffee breath. She doesn't think he has B.O., but she does think he's inconsiderate. She closes with "you're a great guy" and "you were very sweet" and that she appreciates how he stayed up with her, but she's not looking for anything, so they're just working together and being friends. She gets on the elevator as he confirms that it's not his looks.
Michael THs that what he took away from all this is that her revulsion has nothing to do with how great he is; she's just not in a relationshippy place. This is all he needed to know.
Tag: a caption reading "Friday, 12:20 PM." Dwight's phone rings at his empty desk, and Pam walks by with a smile, dropping off messages. Jim is smiling also. Michael emerges, wanting to know where Dwight is. Jim says he's not sure! "Never missed a day, my ass," Michael says angrily, and Jim and Pam exchange grins. And then we peek out at the parking lot, where Dwight is leaping half-dressed from his car, hollering, "I'm here! I'm here!" Oh, Dwight. The Apprentice was on last night.