Toby is going insane, involuntarily listening to Ryan and Kelly's argument over her desire to one day name a baby Usher Jennifer Hudson Kapoor. Michael shows up and tells Toby to come along. Toby asks where they're going, to which question Michael responds with "I'm gonna smack you in the head with a hammer." Which still sounds better than what Toby's putting up with now, so he scampers off after Michael.
Darryl drives Michael and Toby off the lot in his pickup truck, Michael sitting in the middle. Michael does the "don't ever touch a black man's radio" bit from Rush Hour. Nobody seems to appreciate that. Darryl considers staying overnight in the city at a cousin's place. "How will we get home?" Toby asks. Darryl says that Toby can stay at his cousin's, since he's got a big place. Michael considers that too. "It's not that big," Darryl says. I can't imagine a place that big. Not even with a diagram.
Angela is listening to Kelly's version of Dwight's heroics, and when Kelly mentions that Toby has a file with everyone's stories, Angela snags it from Toby's unattended desk, sneaking looks in every direction like a raincoated guy in an adult bookstore.
Michael, Darryl, and Toby wait in the reception area at Corporate. There's another woman there, wearing the same suit as Michael. Jan's new assistant, cutie-pie Hunter, comes out to call them in. Darryl's hanging back, but he tells Michael to remember the new black-man phrase he taught him: "Pippety poppety, give me the zoppety," Michael dutifully recites. After he follows Toby in, Darryl THs, "I want him to get the raise. I just can't help myself."
Back at the branch, Roy enters the bullpen, accompanied by the security guard from downstairs. Everything stops. Roy does a brief, nervous Reception Lean, but he and Pam say nothing to each other. On his way to Accounting, he apologizes to Jim. Jim just makes a "no biggie" gesture, but I notice that he's keeping his hands above his work surface. Roy approaches Angela for his check, Oscar standing protectively in front of her when she hands it over. Roy just looks sad instead of putting Oscar's head through his monitor. On his way out, Roy stops again at Reception and asks to meet Pam later to talk. She gives a curt little nod. As Roy is on his way out, Kevin bursts out of the kitchen to warn Jim about Roy's presence. "Thanks, Kev," says Jim. I need a macro for that.