Michael and Christian loudly slurp ribs.
Jim appoints Oscar to play the villainous "Goldenface." As Dwight really throws himself into a speech in which Michael Scarn scolds Chang for being such a gross incompetent, he reads the line, "And you're disgusting, Dwig-t!" He's not sure what "Dwig-t" means. Pam explains in a TH that they figure Michael originally called the incompetent asshole "Dwight," and when he did the search and replace...well, you know. Typos and such. "And Dwight figured it out," she says. "Oops." In a TH, Dwight emphasizes the proper spelling of his name, dammit! He then announces that he's done with the table read, and that his uncle bought him some fireworks, so anyone who wants to see them can come outside. Jim takes the opportunity to call for a break and invite Pam to have something to eat with him.
At Chili's, Jan just keeps drinking as Christian talks about taking care of, probably, his mom. Michael then turns the "truth or dare" on Jan, asking about her divorce. Drunk off her ass, Jan acknowledges that she wanted to have kids and her husband didn't. Christian and Michael comfort her, with Michael insisting that her husband was "stupid," and Christian congratulating her for slitting her wrists for the world.
Jim makes sandwiches and Pam grabs drinks as Jim THs that he had plans to get together with a friend and canceled (Katy?), but he's "not a complainer." He grins and shrugs. With a box in his hand, he climbs up a ladder to what is presumably the DM roof. Soon, he and Pam are up there, and she's lighting a citronella candle to keep the bugs away. And, of course, to light up their looooove. He serves her a grilled cheese, and she says she doesn't remember the last time anyone made her dinner. Yikes. They watch as, down on the ground, Dwight and Kevin set off fireworks and dance around. No, really. That's what they're doing.
At Chili's, there is more small talk about Michael's attachment to the county and how much he loves it and how he grew up there, and all of a sudden, you can kind of see where he's going. And that helps you keep in mind that Michael has some skill at some parts of his job, which is how he got where he is. With all this lead-in, Michael tells Christian how the discount places aren't concerned about the community like he is. Jan starts to talk, but Michael subtly (no, really!) shushes her. Christian finally says they can have the account, provided they can "meet [him] halfway." Michael looks at Jan. "You think we could, Jan?" She beams at him.