Michael has half-torn the front bumper off his PT Cruiser. All the Princes come running out to help, and the patriarch even runs off to get his toolbox. You can already tell this is going to make it hard for Michael to screw them.
It's now Pam's turn, as she says that they can't let the Kevins of the world decide this for them. "We don't even give him full internet access." Kevin: "Wait, what?" And Oscar has a visual aid: he's superimposed a grid over a giant projection of Hilary Swank's face to scientifically demonstrate the symmetry of her features. "Yes, she's attractive," Oscar lectures. "But she's not hot."
The Princes have finished duct-taping Michael's bumper back in place. As they wave and go back inside, Dwight mocks them for the suckers they are. "Here, shark, let me fix your fin for you and sharpen your teeth while I'm at it!" Michael is, to his credit, in an obvious moral dilemma. Well, obvious to everyone but Dwight. On the way back to the office, Dwight keeps trying to get a high five from Michael, and keeps getting left hanging.
In the office, the debate falls silent as Michael and Dwight return as though from a funeral, and lock themselves in Michael's office without a word to anyone. "What will happen to that family if I call Wallace and give him this information?" Michael asks. Dwight readily answers, "Wallace would use that information to destroy them." Michael wants to live and let live. "I'm not familiar with that expression," Dwight says, quite convincingly. He insists Michael get over his reservations about giving Wallace the goods. "Your heart is a wonderful thing, Michael. But it makes some terrible decisions." Michael can't argue with that, and runs down a few examples: "Jan, Ryan..." Dwight says if they don't do it, someone else will. "Or worse yet, someone will do it to us."
Stanley gives an impassioned speech about how life is short, and Hilary Swank is hot. I think it's kind of the other way around.