Michael's in a meeting with Oscar, Angela, and Kevin, discussing those webisodes they all made last year and how nobody got paid for them. In the middle of the meeting, Pam interrupts with a phone message for Michael, and he tells her he doesn't have time and will call that person back. Pam interviews that Michael loves when Pam interrupts a meeting with a Post-It saying who's on the phone, only since Michael doesn't get a ton of calls, he mostly just has Pam make up important phone calls that he can then blow off and look really important and managerial. We see Pam delivering a series of Post-Its with good-day messages, a smiley face, and my favorite, a dancing hot dog with a "hiya, buddy" message. Pam's so awesome. This last note gets delivered to Michael during his meeting with Ryan, only when Michael attempts to blow off the "call," Ryan's like, "No, customer service comes first, make the call." Michael, of course, can't, and he and Ryan tug-of-war, until Ryan has to insist on Michael doing his job. Michael has Pam "connect" him, and all he can think of to say on this faked-up business call is "Hi, buddy." This is literally the best Michael's going to feel all night, so enjoy it while it's merely awkward and embarrassing.
After the credits, Jan and Michael are driving to New York for Jan's wrongful termination hearing, at which Michael will be deposed. He tells the camera that Jan got fired for "having the courage to augment her boobs," though Jan is quick to point out that there was also a "pattern of disrespect and inappropriate behavior." She's clearly coaching Michael on what to say, and Michael has to construct increasingly elaborate mnemonic devices to remember said coaching. Michael keeps asking Jan to put the roof of the car down, which is a nice callback to Michael and Dwight in "Office Olympics." Michael wants Jan to tell the camera how much she stands to win from the lawsuit, but Jan thinks that's tacky. "A million dollars," Michael excitedly bowls her over. "Four million," she corrects. And for that reason, he says, he has "memorized Jan's answers," complete with "errs" and "ahhs" to make it sound spontaneous. He calls it the "perfect crime," which of course makes Jan freak out and insist that Michael's simply going to tell the truth. Michael wants the roof down, lest he get carsick.