Kelly is in the conference room talking to Charles about her schedule, and then Angela enters to pitch some accounting seminar. "Did Michael just let anybody in his office?" Charles wonders. They babble happily in agreement. "I am aware of the effect I have on women," Charles THs. Kelly shoos Angela out and tells Charles, "She's such a special person. She's turning fifty this year."
Michael approaches Andy in the kitchen to tell him about the paper company he's starting, and invites him to join. Andy literally goes cockney with awkwardness, until he uses Dwight's entrance as cover to make his escape. It's even more awkward with Dwight, but they agree to put a pin in it. Although in different senses.
Pam prepares to demonstrate the new copier for everyone ("Miss Thing wants attention," Meredith blares), but it goes nutty on her again. While she's looking at the manual, Kevin shows up behind her. "It's not ready, Kevin!" she snaps without turning around. "I have sunk four hours into that copier," she THs. "And I am not going to let it beat me like that wireless router did." Funny, I was expecting a joke there.
In the break room, Oscar bites into his sandwich and finds a note inside telling him to meet Michael in the parking lot. Downstairs, Michael tries to poach Oscar, but Oscar details all the ways this isn't going to work. "Okay, you've got the job, you don't have to convince me," Michael calls as Oscar walks away.
So then Michael accosts Stanley in the bathroom, and gets more nos from him than he's gotten all day. But is he going to give up? Well, he THs in his office, "You know what? I had a great time at prom. And no one said yes to that either."
Pam has finally mastered the copier. She THs about all the stuff she can make it do now. "Which feels..."
You gonna complete that sentence, Pam? No? Okay, moving on, then.
Hank the security guard enters the office, having been called up by Charles. "I can't pretend I haven't seen that," he says, holding up Michael's poorly altered order form that Michael must have left lying around. "So I'm going to ask you to stand up, walk out, and you can't take anything." Michael asks Hank to take his side and escort Charles out of the building, but obviously that doesn't work. As Michael gets up from his desk, trying to project derisive good humor but not really pulling it off, Kevin THs, "I always thought Michael got a bad rap. He's a good guy, and he's super funny. Yeah, maybe I should tell him before he goes. Oh, he's all the way over there."