Nellie explains her "Operation Giveback," in which the employees get to pick which charity Dunder Mifflin's overwhelming largesse of four grand will go to. Kevin likes Heifer International, which he thinks is a great prank, while Creed wants to help Jimmy Carter build gnomes. Dwight wants no part of it, even when Andy talks up his support of a foundation that teaches homeless children nautical flag signaling. Nellie insists that participation is mandatory, so Dwight announces he'll support the "Global Relief Foundation... which was recently discovered to be a front for the Taliban!" He thinks he's killed the whole thing.
Jim has an awkward conversation with Roy, in which Roy kids him about having dodged a bullet. It turns out Roy started a gravel company that took off. Jim hints at stuff he himself is working on (though vaguely enough to provide plausibility should it get back to Pam), and another guy comes up and tells Roy to "Stop wasting time with this haircut. He's got a $50,000 sports car."
In the break room, while sitting next to Pete, Clark is loudly faking a cell phone conversation with someone supposedly looking for someone "pretty, smart, and well-informed." He pretends to suddenly notice Erin and propose having her come over to his place to get some stuff on tape for a friend looking for "on-air talent." Different outfits, some lipstick, some red wine, and promises that it'll be "tasteful" are all giant red flags, all of which Erin totally misses. Clark goes for a fist-bump from Pete, who leaves him hanging and THs, "No, Clark's not my friend. He is the douche that sits next to me at the office." Erin talks about how she's only a receptionist because that was the ad she answered, but what if it had been an ad for a CEO or brain surgeon? Well, then she probably wouldn't be a receptionist.
At the wedding, Roy is toasting his new bride, who he thought was a waitress until she turned out to be the owner. His point is that she's full of surprises, not that she surprises us by getting so much as a line. As a surprise for her, he sits down at the piano and sings "She's Got a Way" by Billy Joel. Pam and Jim sit with their jaws hanging open while Phyllis and Bob make out next to them.
In the car, Pam desperately says, "We still surprise each other." Jim agrees, but passes on the obvious opening to do so now. Pam "reveals" that she planned to surprise him on his 30th birthday with courtside basketball seats, but it turned out it was an away game in Phoenix. Jim already knew this, of course. Pam wonders if they know everything about each other, and invites Jim to tell her one thing about him she doesn't know Jim: "Awkward pause."