I'm probably the last person on earth to take note, but we get a shot here of someone's screen full of emails, and while it's now fairly well established that Pam's last name is spelled "Beesly," on this screen, it's "Beasly." CONTINUITY ERROR! CALL THE INTERNET! WOOP WOOP WOOP!
Anyhoodle, Kevin receives an email that makes him cackle. That is never a good sign.
In the break room, Jim and Pam are talking about the fact that her mom is coming for a visit. Pam adorably THs that her mom doesn't have a cell phone, so she doesn't know exactly what the ETA is, which is "providing some suspense." It's true that the advent of the cell phone has taken some of the element of surprise out of whether people are about to show up on your doorstep. Jim tells Pam that he can't wait to meet her mom and ask her whether, as a child, Pam was identifiable as a future receptionist. Hmm. Dangerous area for teasing, I think. I would not go near the "is this what you always dreamed of?" questions.
"Send me that link to the monkey sex video," says Michael to Dwight. I don't even know how to make use of those words in my day-to-day life, but I'm thinking it will be at work! (Just kidding, Scheinhardt Wig Company!) Dwight is all excited about the fact that his forward is about to go global, and even more so when Michael adds a "forward it like it's ho-ot" kicker. The fun ends, of course, when Toby appears, telling Michael they need to talk in his office. Michael THs that Toby, as the HR guy, answers to corporate and is not part of the "family." Michael adds, "Also, he's divorced, so he's really not a part of his family." Hey, at least Toby's not the member of the family everyone else avoids at Thanksgiving, even if it means hiding under the turkey, Michael.
Toby tells Michael that because of a harassment-related resignation elsewhere, he's been asked to do a quick review of the company's policy. Of course, Michael objects, whining about how you can't worry about whether every little thing you do is potentially sexually harassing someone. Foreshadowing with regard to Ryan? Toby adds that a lawyer will then come in to refresh everyone's recollection about what's what, and Michael objects even more to the idea that some lawyer (boooo!) will give a command "to not send out hilarious emails and not tell jokes." At any rate, Michael accompanies Toby out into the office, where he curtly and pointedly makes clear his displeasure about the fact that Toby has something to say. Toby tells everyone he'll be doing a five-minute review of the harassment policy later, and everyone nods agreeably. Michael tells Toby there's going to be a mutiny over this. Apparently, it will be a mutiny of pleasantness.