Erin leads Danny into Dwight's office, whose door now bears the legend "Pennsylvania Solartech." "Your two o'clock," Erin tells the "boss" behind the desk, who is none other than Meredith. Jim THs that Meredith was the perfect choice to play the company head: "Her lunch break lined up with our appointment with Danny and...that's it. That's really all we were looking for." Good thing she dressed up today. Of course the three guys who hatched this harebrained plan are watching the live feed from the security room as Danny and Meredith shake hands and she introduces herself as Meredith Van Helsing. "Van Helsing was a respected professor before he was a vampire killer," Dwight explains to Jim. "Okay, but what is he more famous for?" Jim points out. Michael shushes them both, and Meredith takes a sip from a familiar "World's Best Boss" cup. "Hey, that's my mug!" Michael says excitedly. Jim asks Michael, "You know this isn't real TV, right?" Michael pretends he knew that. I'd be a little worried about Meredith drinking out of my mug, but I think we saw last week that train already left the station for Michael.
Andy was apparently so keen to get the band started he couldn't even wait until the end of the day. He, Darryl, and Kevin (on drums, of course) are all set up in the warehouse, and they're already falling into disagreement. This is mainly because Andy's using a falsetto voice to sing in the character of a little girl, and Darryl thinks that's dumb, and Kevin wants to sing it himself. Andy smugs, "Okay, three-way argument between a drummer, a keyboardist, and the frontman-lead singer. Wonder who's gonna win this one?" He counts off again, and I don't know why Darryl's even still there.
Claiming it's pretty warm in "Meredith's" office, Danny decides to take off his jacket, if Meredith doesn't mind. Meredith opposite-of-minds, actually singing out, "Hello!" Even Michael sees what's gong on, and Dwight remarks, "People can't keep their true natures hidden for long and this guy is smoldering like a tire fire." Jim tries to say Danny isn't that good looking, but he's powerfully overruled by the other two. Meredith is remarking on Danny's shoulders when she gets a phone call. "Pull it together, all right? Stop looking at him," says Michael into her ear. Meredith hangs up and gets back on track, telling Danny she understands he's there to sell her paper. He chuckles and says no, he's there to meet her and see if they'd be a "good fit." Michael color-commentates, "He's making her sell to him!"