With Michael set up in his office while Dwight airs the injured foot with a handheld fan (poorly), he gives Pam a hard time about not being a good enough friend. "Would you like some aspirin? Because you seem a little fussy," Pam offers, doing an admirable job of calling Michael a baby without saying it in so many words. Dwight steps in to say that he can take care of Michael, but stops mid-sentence, leading to an awkward pause that is spectacularly long, even for this show.
And later, Dwight is on his computer, busily renaming a Windows folder DWIGHT DWIGHT DWIGHT ad infinitum. Meanwhile, Michael is sacked out on the conference room sofa, giving Ryan grief over the Not Boston Market lunch he sent him to get. What's the matter, Boston Market? Didn't you want to be shown on national TV as the meal of choice for overdramatic whiny bitches?
At reception, Dwight notices Pam fiddling with the cheap iPod knockoff that Roy gave her for Christmas. He directs her to a Russian website where she can download songs for two cents apiece. "The only thing is that all the songs are in Russian," Dwight warns. Pam rolls her eyes, irritated with herself for letting Dwight waste more of her precious free cell time, but Dwight's only kidding. Pam appreciates the joke, as well as the web address Dwight gives her. Awkward pause. Finally he takes his leave with a stiff "Okay, see you later, Pan."
Later, Pam gets a call from Michael, wanting her to come rub County Crock™ on his foot. When she refuses, he starts rattling his crutch against the blinds and bellowing for Ryan. Ryan looks at is with dismay. Are there, like, no other temp gigs in all of Pennsylvania?
Dwight gives Pam an indestructible case for her iPod knockoff, and she sincerely thanks him for it, which weirds Jim out. Pam THs that Dwight's not her friend. And then, with horror, she realizes that he kind of is.
Michael has called his mom to complain about the lack of help he's getting from his employees, but even that conversation proves disappointing as we learn indirectly that his mom knows about his breakup with Jan from talking to Pam. It's the things you don't hear on this show.