Awesome and Ellie are entering the Buy More. He apologizes for outsourcing the music to Chuck, and he tells her that he took care of the flowers, cake and Ellie's own half of the to-do list. She thinks that's sweet. [Who is this woman, who is happy that she has no say in her own wedding? - Z] He says he's also back in charge of the band, which is why they're here. She's all, "What?" And he nods toward a hair-band looking poster that says "Jeffster!" Jeffster are both wearing T-shirts to match, though I don't see them for sale yet, unfortunately. Awesome tells Ellie that partnership is trust.
Onstage, Jeff tells Lester that partnership is trust. Lester says he can't do it, but Jeff says he can. Lester admits he was never afraid the band would break up; he was just scared. Jeff shushes him and asks if he's ever had a dream that never came true. Then adds that he's asking him to sing, not for himself, but for Jeff. They fist bump. And Lester grabs the microphone as the opening cords of Toto's Africa begin to play. Lester starts singing. It's not bad, exactly, but it's just... like if most of us sang. Ellie asks Awesome if he's honestly considering his lame band for their wedding. He says no, but to let a man have his dream, even if only for five minutes. Casey puts in earplugs. Chuck and Sarah walk in, smiling. Lester hits the chorus and really gets into it: "Gonna take a lot to drive me away from you." The camera pans up and we realize their stage is actually just the Nerd Herd desk, with all of the staff gathered around. Only the fat curly-haired guy is wearing a Jeffster! shirt of his own and totally getting into it. "There's nothing that 100 men or more could ever do. / I bless the rains down in Africa. / Gonna take some time to do the things we never had." (Does this song even make sense?) Lester dances crazy. Half the crowd looks simply puzzled, but Chuck's enjoying it.