Creed orders Jordan, "Get me our biggest client on the phone right this instant." Jordan asks Pam who that would be, and Pam tells her to just connect Creed to Pam instead. She takes the call, identifying herself as "the client" and Creed tells Pam he's starting his own company and "looking to poach some chumps. You in?" Pam pretends she is. Considering she scammed herself a job that doesn't exist, becoming the default Creed-wrangler is just karma.
Erin tells Jo there's one more candidate: "He's a burn victim," she warns, and offers to get rid of him, but Jo says to send him in. In walks a man in a dark suit, with bandaged head and hands. Of course it's Dwight under there, pretending to be a French dude named Jacques Souvenir, but unable to stop himself from correcting Jim's reference to his old title as "Assistant to the Regional Manager." Jo announces she wants to talk to Dwight in the next sixty seconds, and he reveals himself. Jim acts incredulous and confused, like he was fooled the whole time. Jo asks what would have happened if she'd hired Jacques Souvenir, and Dwight says he would have "dressed this way every day, legally changed my name, learned French Sign Language, shown up, and been the best damn branch manager you've ever seen." Jo is so impressed she says, "That's fucking crazy. Get out of here." She tells the search committee, "What a nutjob." Yeah, I don't think that's news to them.
Going over the candidates with Jo, Jim says the guy who kept talking about a vacation to the Finger Lakes right after his start date was good. So is Darryl. Jo asks what's wrong with the guy who went to Cornell, and Gabe goes off. "So it's not relevant that he took the receptionist away from you?" Jo asks him. Gabe tries to play it off, but Jo says Gabe's going back to Florida. "That sounds like a promotion!" Gabe says. Jo nods, "It's not." She nominates Kelly as Gabe's replacement. "I'm doing an opposites thing." How Trump-like of her.
While Jim's walking her to her car, Jo mentions that she knows Nellie (the crazy British chick from earlier, who didn't mention it to Jim), and tells Jim not to mess this up. "And give Dwight an interview. I like a little bit of crazy." But a whole bushel?
Oscar drops off a package at Reception, only to be greeted by Erin doing a puppet routine. The sock-puppet claims to be Erin after having been turned into a puppet by an evil witch named Angela, and can only be changed back by one thing. "Silence?" Dwight guesses archly. No, she means "A date with the best salesman: Andy Bernard." Well, which one? In front of everyone, Andy shyly heads up to Reception, and Erin pops up. Andy says, "I'm really flattered, but I don't think we should." Ooh, cold. Andy THs that Erin's his best friend, but he didn't have that feeling. "Aren't there some things that you really want to like but you just can't seem to like it? Like Mad Men? Or football?" He goes on about how she chose Gabe, and he got over her, and..."She's great, though." A little late to realize that now.