Speaking of pigs and blankets, Andy throws up on a spare bed and covers it with a pillow. Phyllis comes in, quite sympathetic to Andy's emotional pain. Andy wonders whether Erin and Gabe have ever Done It. "Girls tell each other things, right?" he fishes. Phyllis agrees to see what she can find out.
Michael returns to the party, pretending he just went for a walk and acting all surprised that the cable's out. Creed gets off his phone with one of his sources to report, "Puck and Finn worked it out and the solo is now a duet." Michael offers to try something, and leaves the room with sincere wishes of Godspeed from everyone.
Phyllis tries to fish for information on Erin and Gabe's relationship, freaking Erin out more than she already was.
Outside, Pam knocks on Angela's car window, and finds her waiting naked in the backseat. Angela agrees to postpone it for another night, but wants to know how Dwight seemed. Pam starts a whole speech, but Angela snaps, "Just save it," and rolls up the window.
Erin busts Michael outside, and as dim as she is she's able to figure out that he cut the cable. Obviously she's upset, but what upsets her most is the fact that Michael refuses to like Gabe. "He's a weird little skeevy guy with no waist," Michael explains, and wonders why she even cares if he likes him; "I'm not your father." Erin's only response to that is such a long, hurt pause that even Michael realizes he's touched a nerve. But fortunately, before this can veer into an exploration of Erin's deprived upbringing in The Foster Home, Michael tells her to go to her room. And that's all it takes to fix it, as they head on inside, riffing on the theme like the dorks they are.
Inside ,as everyone's leaving, Michael's not just kidding any more; he tells Gabe, "If you break that girl's heart, I will kill you." But of course that's just a figure of speech, so Michael clarifies, "If you break that girls' heart, I will literally kill you and your entire family." Good of him to clear that up.