Jim is possibly regretting his offer to take his coworkers to lunch, because Stanley is ordering the surf & turf with lobster on the side, and Phyllis asks the waiter, "How much wine do you have?"
Oscar brings Angela a cookie, which she crumbles into the trash as soon as Oscar's back is turned. Dwight saw it, though. In the stairwell, Oscar is on the phone to Robert saying they're okay, unaware that Dwight is eavesdropping.
Pete's tower now reaches almost to the ceiling from his desktop. Kevin tries to add a new level, and ends up knocking the whole thing over. Everyone yells at him, but Pete says it was only a mistake, which is what the tower's all about, after all. Pete asks who's never had a complaint, and assumes nobody because of how Pam doesn't raise her hand very high. Pete says they can all get back to it, even giving Kevin a fist-bump. Wow, Pete really is the new Jim. Erin looks pretty impressed. Which we haven't seen for a while. As for Clark, we don't see him this week so I assume Jan is a full-time job for him. She certainly was for Michael.
At lunch, Jim's trying to continue his pitch, but Phyllis has come over all maudlin.
The tower has been rebuilt, but they're out of cards before reaching the ceiling. Pam, who's been watching this whole time rather than painting, offers to get them a fresh complaint. "You wouldn't fart on a butterfly," Meredith scoffs. Pam readily agrees with that, but says she wants to try getting a customer complaint. Everyone cheers her on, Kevin almost knocking the tower over again.
In the parking lot, Dwight confronts Angela about Oscar being the target. "He and the Senator are gaying each other," he's figured out. Angela says Oscar deserves it, and Dwight reminds her, "the first one to break your marriage vows were you and me." Angela says it's too late, and points to Trevor's van parked nearby. Dwight runs off in panic.
Dwight rushes back into the office and drags Oscar out, promising a look at pantsless construction workers drinking diet sodas. "Yahtzee," Meredith says, getting up to follow. Trevor comes in, carrying a sub sandwich with a lead pipe sticking out of it and claiming to be "sandwich delivery for Oscar Martinez." Eyeing the sandwich (though clearly not very closely), Kevin adopts a bad Mexican accent to claim to be Oscar. Trevor grabs the pipe, but Angela rushes in and stops him. "Outside," she says, and distracts Kevin with the promise of donuts in the break room.