Oscar and Angela are staking out the smoothie bar at the health club when they spot the Senator and a woman who may or may not be his yoga instructor Blake. Believe it or not, she's even tinier than Angela, much to her envious disgust. Unseen, they watch her help Robert with his hip position in downward-facing dog (which Angela confuses with "dog style), and then accept a hug from a guy with a ponytail. Angela's relieved to see who she assumed is the tiny woman's boyfriend, and even mocks, "I'd like to see that running for office." Satisfied, she thanks Oscar and is ready to go, but Oscar is distracted by watching Robert getting a long hug from another guy, who takes over his instruction. Looks like they're staying a little longer after all.
In the annex, Kevin and Darryl have joined what Toby sadly thinks is some kind of mustache party.
Jim's trying to have his call outside, in the cold in his shirtsleeves, while someone's operating a power grinder nearby. Plus when he leans against Meredith's van, he sets off the alarm, bringing both Hank and Meredith outside in a noisy rage.
Pam and Dwight are ushered into a large office and are told by the boss's female assistant, "She will be right in." Pam asks the assistant her boss's name, and the young woman looks uncomfortable enough that for a moment I think she's the boss, but she leaves them in there to wait. Dwight is in his happy-place with his childhood barber, while Pam takes in clues from around the room. A photo of a woman skydiving, goggles hiding her face, teeth and claws outstretched. Aromatherapy candles on the table, and a photo of someone's daughter. And suddenly Pam takes on the stricken look of the one surviving girl at the end of the horror movie who realizes she's blundered into the killer's lair. Because on the far wall is a Warhol's Marilyn Monroe-style print of none other than Jan Levinson. "Oh my God, it's Jan!" she blurts. Dwight: "Dear God in Heaven." They look up to see Jan herself standing in the doorway, regarding them like a killer regards the survivors who have just blundered into her lair. Pam THs, as though this show has any new viewers, "Jan used to be one of my superiors, and she's one of the most erratic and terrifying people I've ever met." Montage of some of Jan's greatest hits (or as many as they can find that don't have Michael in them, including the time David Wallace fired her) and Pam mentions her suspicions that Jan had an affair with her 17-year-old former assistant, Hunter. "But she looks great! If she asks will you tell her I said that?" Back in the room, Dwight stands in shock and Pam hisses at him, "Forget everything we taught you!"