Andy's playing the track up in the bullpen. They already recorded it? This is the fastest-moving band I've ever heard of. Oscar gives his opinion: "It's pandering, and it makes me think you think I'm stupid." Andy wonders if it could be famous, which, to be fair, is not the question Oscar answered. Pam echoes Darryl's concern, but Andy's still hoping it could be in a car commercial or skated to in the Olympics. Ryan thoughtfully scratches his head and offers, "I don't think they usually...skate to such...bad songs." Creed says he likes it, which is the worst news Andy's heard yet.
Danny is seriously flirting with Meredith, saying they should compare this to a first date that's going really well. Meredith says she's thinking third date and fussing with her blouse buttons, which for her is probably an exquisite level of subtlety. This time when the phone rings, she picks it up and snaps, "Shut up and let me do this!" before hanging up. Next thing the guys know, Meredith is around the desk, offering Danny a drink. "We gotta get someone else in there right now," Jim says. A little late for that.
Dwight and Jim have drafted Oscar to take over, and they brief him as they hustle him down the hall to Dwight's office to act like Meredith's being called away. "And remember, you're not gay," Dwight reminds him.
But then when Oscar walks in, Meredith interrupts him before he can say a word and introduces him to Danny as "Manuel, my cleaning man. He doesn't speak any English." She puts him to work cleaning the window. "Who else we got?" Jim asks from the Batcave.
Up next is Ryan, who shoots down Dwight's suggestion of pretending to be from Stark Industries because it's fake: "I run Google." But the minute he enters the room, where Meredith has her skirt hiked up nearly over Danny's head, she drafts him as another non-English-speaking cleaning man, and puts him to work on "el flooro." From "el window," Oscar shrugs at Ryan helplessly. Danny finally figures out that something's up and tries to politely escape, but Meredith grabs him by his tie and starts talking about their connection like a particularly desperate contestant on The Bachelor. Or I guess just a standardly-desperate one. So Michael goes rushing in to put a stop to everything. "Michael Scott?" Danny says, recognizing him. "I said stop," Michael reminds him.