After learning the truth about her husband's affair with Oscar (Oscar Nunez), Angela (Angela Kinsey) turns to Dwight Schrute (Rain Wilson) for help. When Jim (John Krasinski) needs a favor, Stanley (Leslie David Baker) and Phyllis (Phyllis Smith) take full advantage. Pam (Jenna Fischer) attempts to paint a mural in the warehouse but is distracted by Pete (Jake Lacy) and other co-workers who are building a tower of customer complaint cards.
The Return of Dwangela?
Oscar believes Angela may or may not have figured out that he's having an affair with her husband. He concludes that she doesn't know, because after all she did marry a homosexual. Angela, who does in fact know the truth about the affair, asks Dwight to meet her at their old place - a storage room in the warehouse. She finds a ready, willing and completely naked Dwight who had clearly misinterpreted her request for help. Dwight covers up his embarrassing mistake by saying he was just working out - he always works out without any clothes on.
Angela hires Dwight's friend and former volunteer sheriff Trevor to murder her target - Oscar. Dwight tells her she can't have someone murdered. So Angela agrees to have Trevor bust Oscar's kneecaps, saying it's the only way to make things right. Dwight reluctantly goes along with the plan.
How Much Wine do You Have?
Jim asks Dunder Mifflin CEO David Wallace (Andy Buckley) if he can start working part-time so he can work at a sports marketing company in Philadelphia. Wallace agrees, but only after Jim tells him Phyllis and Stanley can pick up his slack. Having just lied to his boss, Jim must now get Phyllis and Stanley to agree to help him. He offers to take the pair to lunch. At lunch, Phyllis and Stanley take complete advantage of Jim - ordering surf and turf, lobster and wine... lots of wine. Eventually after an afternoon of making him sweat, Phyllis and Stanley tell Jim they will cover for him because they love him.
Intending to finally begin work on her mural in the warehouse, Pam comes to work in her painting clothes. Meanwhile, when Pete sets out to build a tower of complaints using customer complaint cards, the entire office gets involved - reading the complaints as they build. When Kevin accidentally knocks down the tower, Pete motivates the group to rebuild.
Pam eventually becomes distracted by the tower of complaints and offers to help get one last complaint when her co-workers run out of cards. No one believes Pam can get a complaint, but they coach her on the ins and outs of failing anyway. After Pam insults a client's mother, Erin gets a phone call from the client. She tells her co-workers that they've just lost a client and everyone cheers for Pam. That is, until they realize they've just lost a client. Pam goes back to her mural realizing that Kevin, Creed, and Meredith are now her role models and she's okay with it.
When Dwight learns that Oscar is the intended target, he tries to talk Angela out of it. Unfortunately, it’s too late because Trevor has already arrived. Dwight frantically tries to stop the hit from taking place, convincing Oscar to come outside with him. They encounter Trevor in the parking lot, who tries to go through with the hit anyway. After a game of tug of war, in which Oscar ends up with the lead pipe, Trevor flees the scene. Angela finally confronts Oscar and tells him he made her husband gay. He tells her that her husband was gay when she married him, but says she can blame him if she wants to. Angela kicks him then runs off to Dwight’s comfort.
What did you think of tonight’s episode of The Office? Will Angela face any repercussions for putting a hit on Oscar? Will she finally get back together with Dwight? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
"I always work out without my clothes." - Dwight
"You? Little Miss Priss? You wouldn't fart on a butterfly." - Meredith
"Your mama is so fat, when she wears red people yell "Hey Kool Aid!" Yeah, you're mama's fat!" - Pam