Andy is telling the direct mail CEO -- played by Dan Castellaneta not doing Homer Simpson's voice -- that he can save him 25% on paper costs as a "rogue" paper salesman. To show his commitment to service, he hands over not only his personal phone number, but a key to his house and his wi-fi password (eatpraylove, in case you're ever driving through Scranton and need to sign into a network that I'm assuming is called N@rd_d0G).
Dwight and Jim beat Harry to the direct mail HQ and Dwight ties the door handles shut with his belt before diving, loose-trousered, into the elevator. While waiting for the doors to close, Jim gives him a long, mocking look -- long enough for Harry to join them in the elevator. In the thick silence, Dwight reaches over and hits a button for a lower floor, then pushes Jim out to take the stairs when the doors open. While Jim dashes off in search of them, Dwight starts jumping up and down in the elevator, hoping to activate the "seismic fail-safe" to get them stuck between floors. But all that does is make his pants fall down. The doors open on the next floor and he and Harry join Jim in the footrace to the CEO's office, Dwight nearly pantsless. All three of them rush into reception, Dwight somehow in the lead. The CEO, who seems to barely need a door at all, comes out and says he's already decided to go with "Big Red Paper Company." All three of them look confused, but Andy is victoriously punching the air as he drives away. Big day for the Cornell man, don't you know.
At a coffee stand outside the building, Jim offers to buy for all three of them, but Dwight slaps the money out of his hand. Harry cannily asks how long the two of them have been dating. "Jim couldn't land me in a thousand years," Dwight sneers. "But you're saying there's a chance?" Jim asks him, getting the first smile we've seen from Harry.
Pam joins Robert in the conference room, having lifted Nellie's phone. Robert's both impressed and troubled that her "first instinct is thievery. "What do you want from me?" Pam demands. Nellie really needs a password on her voice mail, because Robert easily plays them back on speaker. The messages include a chin-up message from her mum, a collection call from MasterCard, a brother who wonders if her boss is still hitting on her and a rejection voicemail from an adoption agency before Pam snatches the phone back and accidentally-on-purpose deletes all the messages. Robert yells at her for having "bungled" this, but otherwise lets her out of the room scot-free. Pam looks like she's thinks she's done a good day's work.