Michael gets his most recent partner, Donna, on the phone and tells her that he has a sexually transmitted disease. She's pretty upset at first, until she realizes that he's calling to ask her if she gave it to him. "If you did, I would be able to avoid a lot of sucky conversations." She doesn't have it, and neither does her husband, so Michael cuts off the call as quickly as he can. "So long, Donna," Dwight sings out, which I'm sure was a fancy little bonus for her.
In the bullpen, Andy stands and asks for everyone's attention to talk about this whole STD topic, but gets derailed by people talking about Andy's tendency to stand up and ask for everyone's attention.
Michael gets Holly on the phone, and the conversation starts off long and dorky and weird and digressive, like a bad improv routine. Like they've never been apart, in other words. Dwight gives us a WTF look that rivals Jim's best ones. And that's saying something.
Andy comes into the bullpen with a stack of pizzas, offering some to anyone who's willing to discuss this with him. It's a trap!
Back in Michael's office, Dwight is still listening with something like alarm as Michael is fantasizing about if Holly hadn't transferred, which she's not into because she's been with A.J. for a year and a half now. She accuses him of over-romanticizing everything, which is fair (and which even Dwight agrees with), but when she tells him, "You made us out to be more than we were, " that's going too far. Michael's so hurt he ends the call. Shit, I'm hurt. Dwight whispers to us, "He forgot to mention the herpes." Michael says, "It didn't come up organically." That's what she said.
Michael and Dwight next visit Jan at her work, and she's doing pretty well, seems like. She THs, "How do I do it? Raise my daughter, work as director of office purchasing for this hospital, and release an album of Doris Day covers on my own label? If I knew, I would tell you." They all sit down in a conference room, and after Michael excuses Dwight (who would really like to visit an operating theater anyway), he asks Jan if he misremembers their relationship. Clearly what Holly said to him is still heavy on his mind. Jan, of course, misinterprets his question; meaning she thinks he wants to dissect their relationship. And since she wants to, it looks like that's what they're going to do.