So then Andy has the copied list enlarged on an easel in the bullpen and is asking everyone what it means. Meredith wonders if they're supposed to "do it" with people in their group, or, alternatively, do it with people in the other group. "No, still wrong," Jim says. Stanley suggests a detailed puzzle-based solution that of course ends in "shove it up your butt." Kevin sys it's alphabetical, which it's clearly not. Dwight suggests they all line up in columns matching the columns of the list, and when they've done so, he instructs his fellow left-siders, "Attack!" A melee breaks out until Robert returns and invites a number of (suddenly very subdued) people to lunch. All of the people he invites are, probably not coincidentally, on the left side of the list: Jim, Dwight, Angela, Darryl, Kevin, Toby, Phyllis, and Oscar. And not Andy. The chosen few head out, Jim pausing to comfort his crying wife before leaving her behind. Andy tries to make the best of it by making a musical announcement about a pizza party.
At lunch, Robert makes what would seem to be an idle comment to Jim about Cece and Sesame Street that segues into an off-the-cuff yet thoughtful spoken-word essay about how Elmo reflects society. Everyone agrees without really getting it -- except Toby, who abruptly gets up and leaves, saying he was never there. It's like he knows something the rest of them don't.
Back at the office, Andy is trying to sell the pizza party. It's a pretty tough sell.
Dwight asks Robert why he picked this group, and Robert says he thinks they're winners. Phyllis asks the natural question, that being what about the others, and Dwight pushes him to admit that he thinks they're losers. "Probably shouldn't have said that," Robert mutters into his beer while Dwight and Kevin high five, and Jim looks a bit shocked that anyone could think his wife is a loser. Which, to be fair, kind of depends on which season you're watching.
Back at the office, the pizza has arrived at the same time as a text from Jim to Pam: "This is getting very weird. Will explain later." And then Pam and everyone else gets a mass text from Kevin: "Suck it, losers." No, Robert probably shouldn't have said that at all.
Ryan points out that he's part of the "right side" group too, which he thinks should make everyone feel better, until he cuts his lip on a pizza crust. Pam's crying, of course, about how she used to be cute and kind of funny and now she's just a "fat mom." Andy can't stop himself from comforting her with a gentle, "Chins up, okay?" He tells her to look around and asks if she sees a group of losers. Pam scans the room. Yep, everything makes Pam cry right now, but that especially.