The table read continues of Ryan Howard's screenplay, which makes Threat Level Midnight look like a masterpiece of gritty realism in comparison. Jim tries to move on to the actual business, but Ryan Howard insists they continue because they've gotten to the part with Darth Vader. Which reminds him, they'll have to get him the rights to Darth Vader. I should point out that Darryl's enjoying this a lot more than Jim is.
Dwight is realizing that Clark must be right, with Esther being a ten and all and his personal best being Angela, a nine. "A Scranton nine," Clark qualifies. Clark suggests they go out and score a couple of fours; "There are no games with fours." This is getting pretty gross as they venture rather further into tractor metaphors, but fortunately they're interrupted by Esther, who bursts in to tell Dwight that her dad is secretly planning to lease the tractor out on weekends. Dwight realizes that if she's telling him this, she must actually like him. "You didn't think I was just tractor-bait, did you?" she asks, and they laugh about it. I'm glad someone's laughing. In light of this new development, Clark is suddenly curious about what an auger does. As I understand it, basically what you want to do to Esther's sisters, Clark.
Angela and Oscar are in the conference room together, calling the senator on the speakerphone and ending up leaving a panicked message for him on his voice mail. They're all cheery and chipper about how great he looks in the promo. "Hey, I get the sense you're going to be outed as gay," Oscar chirps, and Angel adds equally pleasantly, "And I cheated on you with Dwight, it looks like they got it on film. I didn't tell you about it." And then they hang up. That wasn't so bad.
Andy is now posting videos of himself playing the banjo in his office to silence the negative commenters. Nellie watches it from her desk and gets up to leave almost before Andy can read the comment from TexasPoonTappa in response, "you suck my nutz," and reacts worse than he did when Erin dumped him. Over at Pam's desk, she's rewatching the clip of herself and Jim with the earbuds. Then she THs, "I hope you got sound on everything. I'd love a DVD of that." Back at her desk, she translates a key word from the anachronistic Danish voice-over narration as "lovers." And speaking of which, Dwight drives his new tractor -- or half-tractor -- with Esther next to him, her head on his shoulder, both of them oblivious to the furiously honking traffic backed up on the road behind them.