As Michael VOs about negotiation and today's win-win-win outcome, Roy and Pam hug goodbye and go their separate ways. Michael goes on about the perks of his job -- one of them in particular -- until Jan pops up behind him and snaps, "Michael!" in that way she has.
Everyone's leaving the office for the day, so it's just Angela and Dwight left. Or so they think. She shows him the file she lifted from Toby's desk, and invites him over to read it together that night. Dwight accepts, and they start making out. This means that neither one of them notices when Jim steps out of the men's room and sees their clinch through the window in the kitchen door. Jim's head swivels around, as one's does when one's world is being turned upside-down, and he spots the camera behind him. He ducks back into the bathroom, and leans against the sinks, amazed. "I..." he stammers, and then makes the leap: "...will never say a word. And now," he smiles at us, "we are even." Well, that might actually depend on how long he ends up trapped in there, and what he sees the next time he ventures a peek out. There are worse things to get an eyeful of than pepper spray.
Andy returns to the office for his first day back, all excited about having a fresh start after his anger management training. "Look out, Dunder Mifflin!" he says to us in the parking lot. Then he realizes that he should probably clarify that he means that in a fun way. And then the minute he steps into the bullpen, all cheerful and pleasant, Dwight blasts him with the pepper spray. "No need to thank me," Dwight announces as Andy writhes blindly on the carpet. And then Dwight VOs that he's still not a hero, not like Hiro from Heroes, as we see Toby confiscating Dwight's entire desk-drawer weapons cache. "Also Bono," Dwight adds.