Dwight sticks a pushpin into Scranton on a state map in the conference room and tells Andy, "This is what we know." More true than he realizes.
Jim stands corrected, because the women's bathroom is awesome. Candles, couches, magazines, fresh fruit, a little Zen waterfall. Toby and Ryan have also joined them for this little visit to bathroom luxury. The subject of Jim's six-month anniversary with Karen comes up, and Ryan -- surprised (or just projecting) -- says he figured Jim and Karen were just hooking up. Jim corrects him. Ryan admits something about an email he sent to Karen, which Jim already knew about. "I wouldn't want to be in an office relationship anyway," Ryan face-saves, as Kevin snickers from behind his Elle.
At the Steamtown Mall food court, Michael brings the ladies drinks and offers to dish. Nobody dishes. So he has to come up with his own topic, namely, "What is a pap smear?" Well, that did the trick: Pam quickly comes up with another subject, asking Kelly how things are with Ryan. Kelly gives a dismayingly ambivalent answer that contains both the words "awesome" and "awful" and not a great deal else. Michael asks the ladies about role-playing, and they're not as skeeved out by the question as you might expect. "Jan has this schoolgirl fantasy," he admits. Karen says that's common, but Michael says, "It's just...I feel uncomfortable wearing the dress." And with that, Angela's off to do some clothes-shopping at the doll store. "Sometimes the clothes at Gap Kids are just too flashy," she THs.
Back at the food court, Pam is saying that Michael shouldn't do anything that makes him uncomfortable. Michael says that he's just different from Jan; he likes cuddling and spooning, whereas she likes taping their sex, using it to critique Michael's form, and showing it to her therapist. I would wonder how Michael is able to perform at all in such circumstances, but after seeing earlier what he can do with his finger, I have a theory. It's too gross to share, though, so I'll just leave it alone. Pam tells Michael to get out of the relationship. He downplays it as a woman thing. "Normal women don't do stuff like that," Pam insists. "This is bad." Michael looks around at all the concerned faces surrounding him, and suddenly he's crying. "You guys, what am I gonna do about Jan?"