Back at Scranton, Dwight's Pong Clinic continues. Jim's developed a "spin serve" but Dwight's still smashing winners past him. Still, he thinks he's ready for Darryl, and Pam makes the call. Dwight's like, "Darryl? Darryl is the big client? Darryl works here, dumbass!" Ha! Jim's like, "Riiiight..." Hee. Dwight smashes one last winner before exiting in disgust.
Deposition of Suicide-Inducing Depression. Michael asks Jan how she could do this to him, but she wants him to view Dunder Mifflin as the enemy, not her. He says Dunder Mifflin has always been loyal to him, even offering him Jan's job, and he should have taken it. Jan's all, "Not so fast," and produces David Wallace's deposition in which he's repeatedly asked whether Michael was a serious candidate for Jan's job, and David repeatedly non-answers that Michael is a "nice guy" before finally admitting that Michael was never in the running for that job. David, in the room now, looks guilty and sad that Michael had to hear that. So now Jan's lawyer asks Michael if Dunder Mifflin indeed exhibits a pattern of disrespect towards its employees. In other words: is the company wrong or are you truly that terrible? I want to open my veins with a butter knife. Michael finally answers that Dunder Mifflin has "absolutely not" behaved unduly towards him. That's an awful thing to hear someone admit, and Michael looks like he's about to throw up or cry. It makes sense, though: he's been in his weird, mutually self-destructive relationship with Dunder Mifflin longer than he's been in his weird, mutually self-destructive relationship with Jan.