Charles asks Jim for a rundown of his clients, and Jim is so eager to please Charles right now that he forgets to ask what a rundown is. So he goes back into Charles's office and tries to get clues on what he wants without actually asking, but all Charles will say is that he wants it ASAP. I've had bosses like that.
In the kitchen, Dwight tries hitting on New Kelly by telling her about the ghost of a prostitute that haunts the hallways. He's dorky and creepy about it, but she doesn't know any better than to buy the whole story. Finally he tells her he's kidding, and by the time she turns to leave, they're friends. But then when she turns to leave she runs into Andy, who turns a near-collision into a mini dance party. Having been flirted with awkwardly by two nerds in as many minutes, New Kelly finally escapes, leaving the two good friends alone. "Hey, buddy," Dwight says.
Michael asks Ryan to quit watching YouTube and make those copies already. He tries to push it off on Pam, who objects to being described as "better at that stuff." Ryan insists he's not judging. "I could run GM, but I couldn't fix a car." Sure he could run GM. I wonder how many times Obama would fire him. Finally Michael shuts Ryan's laptop and snaps that he wants copies. He tries to calm down their squabbling, but the only thing that slows them down is the sound of Toby in the bathroom upstairs, talking to someone on his cell phone about how great Damages is. "Just make the copy, okay?" Michael whispers helplessly over the sound of Toby's urine flowing past them. He sinks into a chair so we can better see the epigram he's written on the whiteboard in the background: "'You miss 100% of the shots you don'ts take -- Wayne Gretsky' -- Michael Scott."
After the ads, Pam is still arguing with Ryan , who is too busy to make copies because he's busy setting his desktop wallpaper as a picture of himself on a Thai beach with a topless babe. When Pam protests, he retorts, "You could be hot too if you made any effort at all." There are like nine million potential responses to suck a toolish line, but Pam goes with, "Like how? Dyeing my hair blonde?" Michael's on the phone to his mom across the room, complaining about "R" and "P" When Pam says they can hear him, Michael says he'll call back. "P's being a giant B," he explains. And so R and P get back into it.
In the bullpen, Dwight sits down next to Andy and says he noticed that when Andy talked to New Kelly, Andy's pupils dilated and his skin flushed. "And," he whispers, "I'm assuming a little bit of blood rushed into your penis." The best part is Stanley's slow burn as he looks up in the background. Dwight confesses to Andy that he felt the same way, and asks what they should do next. They get all "After you," "No, after you." But then they both agree that they'd just rather hang out with each other. Bros before New Kelly.