Dwight sits next to Toby's desk, giving his report of the incident in a bland and precise manner, without mentioning where he keeps his weapon. "The end," he concludes, abruptly getting up and walking away. Kelly and Ryan were listening in through the cube wall, and Kelly says it was the bravest thing she's ever heard. Even Ryan is impressed, saying he can't imagine what he would have done. Kelly thinks she knows, and compares it to the time a kid dropped a milkshake on her on the Ferris wheel and Ryan laughed. Ryan says that was funny. I would have to agree with Ryan on that one. Kelly angrily responds, "The next time you get scared that you think a murderer is in your apartment in the middle of the night, and you call me to calm you down..." "The next time"? How many times has this happened? That starts a whole argument, which Toby tries helplessly to defuse from the other side of the wall. Toby THs that he doesn't think Michael was punishing him by moving Ryan back there with Kelly. But as Ryan and Kelly have a make-up make-out session in the background, Toby admits, "If he did intend that? Wow. Genius." Which should tell Toby right there that it wasn't Michael's intention.
Darryl comes into Michael's office, and Michael jerks him around for a minute about whether they're going to stay there or move to the conference room. "Tactic #6," Michael THs, about changing the location of the meeting. In the conference room, Michael and Darryl stare wordlessly at each other. "Number 14, declining to speak first," Michael THs. But you know how good Michael is at shutting up, so he eventually blows it and just says, "I am declining to speak first." So Darryl states his case: he's scheduled for a raise in six months, but he'd like it now. Michael gets up to look out the window and say that Corporate isn't going to go for it. And looking at him in a standing position, there is definitely something amok with his suit. Normally, Michael is quite well turned out, but the fit of his jacket is all wrong today. It's too short, and baggy around the middle. And I'm not the only one who notices;. Darryl looks Michael up and down from the back and says, very seriously, "Are you wearing lady clothes?" Michael insists that he isn't, but Darryl, chuckling, pulls out his phone to call Roy and cheer him up with this news. Michael stomps out of the conference room to tell Pam to tell Darryl it's not a woman's suit. Pam takes one look at him and says, "Oh my God, that's a woman's suit." Suddenly, Michael's drawing a crowd. In a TH, he admits that he got it out of a bin. "And it fit," he insists, so the suit is at least "bisexual." Back in the bullpen, Michael opens the jacket to reveal the manufacturer's label, there in the magenta lining: "MISSterious." Which, for Michael, explains why the buttons are on the wrong side. Phyllis starts feeling up the suit, noticing the shoulder pads and the lining. "None of that tipped you off?" Jim grins. Michael says that it's European. Pam points out that the pants don't have pockets, and Michael bends over and pulls the jacket up and the slacks tight over his ass, giving her a little show and cracking her up. No pun intended. "Italians don't wear pockets," he claims. Karen offers to let Michael come and raid her closet, and Darryl's on the phone in the background saying, "Yeah, he look like Hillary Clinton." Michael decides to put Darryl off for fifteen minutes, which is fine with Darryl, because he's got to email some camera-phone snaps anyway. Seriously, how does this happen to a guy who's been wearing suits at least since he was eight years old?