Later, Pam and Dwight are hiding in a makeshift sniper's nest in the warehouse, observing the workers from above while Pam is on the phone to Darryl. She's pumping him for info on what's important to Frank. Darryl, thinking they're getting him a gift (because Pam pretty much lies and says that's about right), says Frank loves his pickup truck. There's a brief plot crossover as Darryl adds, "Your husband's like a sloppy, homeless hobo. Can you fix that?" "I was kinda hoping you could," Pam says, hanging up and thus blowing him off in two ways at once. She and Dwight sneak back out, just before the camera pans down to Clark, duct-taped to a chair with the word "spy" written on his chest. So obviously both sides are being idiots.
There's a photo op going on at the part, and the photographer arranges some guy named Sundeep, Oscar, a black cater-waiter, and a woman in a wheelchair around the senator. Angela steps on Oscar's foot while trying to stay in the shot.
Pam sees that Dwight is painting a primitive version of her mural on the back of Frank's truck, in a kind of karmic symmetry. She's been doing her own project, painting a fat, naked, pooping version of Frank on his own driver's side door. Now they both feel better, and Dwight says, "I like hanging out with a vengeful bitch." Rather than taking offense, Pam understandingly realizes that he misses Angela. "Don't sympathize, you're ruining the mood. Back to work. Draw his penis!" Dwight snaps.
As Pam's leaving for the day, she says she got back at Frank in the most fitting way possible, with her art. "The paints are water-based. It's gonna come off with a hose, but--" she's interrupted when Frank comes storming out of the building yelling at Pam. She yells right back at him, and Frank starts charging her. Now the last time a warehouse worker came at an office employee like this it was Roy going after Jim, but Dwight was there to intercede. This time, Pam's on her own -- except for the crew, again. Sure enough, Brian steps between them and clotheslines Frank with his microphone boom. Soon Frank is back up and grappling with three of the documentarians. Don't worry, there are still at least two shooting footage.