In the crowded hallway between classes, Andy suddenly wonders why his girlfriend is there. "The teacher in the white?" Jim asks. No, Andy's referring to the girl in the green hoodie currently opening her locker. Oh, no no no. I think Andy's in danger of getting beered a prison sentence.
At the office, Michael puts Dwight in charge of making the place look nice. "Karen, Ryan, Pam, center stage!" Dwight barks. "Pam, run a comb through your hair." And then he THs that you put the best-looking beets in the front when you're selling them by the side of the road. I'm sure Pam, Ryan, and Karen will appreciate being compared to "money beets." Meanwhile, he slides the ficus over to block the view of Phyllis and Stanley. The media shows up, in the form of an aging, schlubby human-interest columnist/obit writer from the Scranton Times, and Dwight gives him his credentials and shuts him in the conference room.
Andy follows his "girlfriend" down the hall, with Jim following Andy and saying that they have to get going. But Andy calls out, "Jamie?" I was half-expecting her not to know who he is, but she actually recognizes him. All she has to say to him is "This is weird. I gotta go to Spanish." Really not seeing how Andy mistook her for someone of legal age, unless they only spoke on the phone. "Oh my God!" Andy says to Jim when she's gone. "Oh my God!" Jim agrees.
In Accounting, Kevin and Oscar are doing a fairly good job of connecting with their callers, but Angela is being rude and hanging up on people. Kelly encouragingly says that Angela's doing great, but might want to work on...you know, the apologizing.
Creed comes over to Dwight to tell on soon-to-be-ex-floor manager Debbie Brown.
Barbara Allen has arrived. In front of the press conference -- which is, in its entirety, Dwight and the dude from Scranton Times -- Michael apologizes to her and gives her a giant novelty check for six months of free paper or twenty-five reams, whichever comes first. So it's really more of a novelty coupon. Michael thinks they can moved on, but the client is still pissed. Michael is confused; this wasn't in the script.