Now, it's time for what Jim calls "the main event": a game of Who Would You Do? "Present company excluded?" Kevin asks. "Not necessarily," Jim says, and before the words are even out of his mouth, Kevin says, "Pam." And Oscar also says "Pam," which makes for...a sliiiiiight continuity problem, but let's just assume that Oscar was covering. Hey, would you invite these people into your personal life? Pam looks a little nonplussed at this development, and Jim says maybe he needs to explain the rules more.
Dwight sits alone in the front seat of his car. He is dejected. He feels that he has been abandoned. "Everybody Hurts" plays on the stereo. Jim notices him, leaves Stanley in charge of the Who-Doings, and goes with Pam over to Dwight's car, throwing a mischievous brow-pop at the camera as he goes. Just so you know it's not actual sympathy. At the window, he tries to get Dwight's attention. Finally, Dwight turns off the music and admits that he's upset because Ryan went to business school and he didn't. Pam earnestly tells Dwight that she bets Ryan wishes he were a volunteer sheriff. This doesn't comfort Dwight, but one thought does: "I hope the war goes on forever and Ryan gets drafted." In a manner far different from the way he usually behaves in these situations, Jim completely fails to keep his composure, and is openly laughing -- albeit it not in Dwight's line of sight -- as he tells Dwight that what he should really do to "stick it to" both Ryan and Michael is...quit! Dwight can't do that, he says, because Ryan would win. He just needs "alone time." Jim and Pam finally leave his driver's-side window. And the music comes back on. As Jim and Pam are walking back toward the group, laughing hysterically at how well that went, Roy approaches like the little gray cloud he is. Roy, Roy, go away, come again some other day.
Michael joins the huddle, and when Stanley announces that they're playing Who Would You Do?, Michael grins and says he plays this at home all the time. While he's trying to go to sleep. In a hint of awesomeness to come, Kelly looks at him with "WEEEEIRDO!" scrawled all over her face. It happens to be Roy's turn, and his answer is...Angela. (Actually, the "tight-ass Christian." Thanks, Roy.) And Roy doesn't realize she's standing right there until she introduces herself. So that's awkward, not that it seems to affect Roy, with his impenetrable lack of shame. Michael calls on Jim next, and Jim says, "Kevin. Hands-down." He adds, "He's really got that teddy-bear thing going on, and afterwards, we could just watch bowling." Everyone laughs. He makes it sound good, I'll give him that.