Darryl has joined Andy in the man-cave, and offers some encouraging words in response to Andy's black hole of emotional need: "All I know is if I was a girl and I had to choose between a tall dude who loved Asia and a you-looking dude who loves...sweaters, and wearing sweaters, I'd choose you." Andy thanks Darryl. "And I'd blow your mind, "Darryl adds, deadpan. He leaves Andy to it, "it" being dumping some of Gabe's virility herbs into his wineglass.
Jim's checking the sports scores during a commercial break, but when he goes back, the show's already in progress again. Oops, they were watching it on DVR delay, and Erin wonders why she should have been recording it. "Right now's why, Erin! We're living it!" Oscar wails. Kelly, presumably checking her Twitter feed on her phone, announces, "They did 'Blinded by the Light,' and they did it with an actual blind guy. Was it worth it, Jim?!" Jim wisely bails on this madness.
Dwight gives Pam some advice: get a lump of suet out of Gabe's fridge, tie a string to it with the other end tied to Cece's toe, stick the suet in Cece's mouth, and she'll be happy all night. Pam's too sleep-deprived to offer any response to that beyond weakly saying, "I kind of doubt Gabe has suet." Even to make pizzas with? Nothing like a sausage-and-suet on a thick crust "Well, then, here we are," Dwight says, still holding a comatose Cece. Erin comes in to ask Michael to help Gabe with the pigs in a blanket, and Michael gets up to go.
Andy comes in, way too charming toward Phyllis, and then excitedly THs, "I just ate an entire seahorse!" He's so giddy that he makes a horse noise, and then remembers to add some bubble noises at the end.
In the kitchen, Gabe invites Michael to wash his hands, but Michael just stands there. Michael notices that the dough is from the pizza crust, making them not pigs in a blanket but pizza dogs. Erin's still trying to make peace between them, pointing out that Gabe was born in 1982, the longest baby in the hospital. "He's the longest baby in this room," Michael quips. Gabe says Michael's making it harder than it has to be, opening himself up to Michael's shattering exit line: "That's what she said." And with that Michael storms out again, but this time clear out of the apartment.
Jim has found Pam, Dwight and Cece in the bedroom. How the hell long is Gabe's hallway, anyway? Angela ducks in just long enough to whisper into Dwight's ear, "Outside, my car, two minutes." Dwight gets up to hand the baby back to Pam, who pleads with him to stay so Cece will continue sleeping, appealing to their special friendship and reminding him of his concussion. Dwight reminds her, "You married my worst enemy." Jim prefers to think of their relationship as "a charming back-and-forth," but Dwight sits down, saying, "I will require beer and pizza to think this over." From Jim, that is.