In Stamford, Josh comes out of his office as Andy leads everyone but Jim in a "Stamford, Connecticut" cheer. Jim super-casually asks if anyone from Scranton is being transferred to Stamford, and Josh doesn't have any answers yet. He says the same thing to the rest of the staff, and Andy leads a Josh cheer. Jim THs that having the Scranton crew show up would be like going to your high-school reunion and they all say they're moving in with you. Forever. Which is why I'm looking forward to skipping mine next year.
Meredith comes and finds Michael staring out his window. She's there to remind him that six years ago, they agreed to sleep together on their last day of work. Michael denies that it was him, more expressively than necessary, and Meredith buys it. "Day just gets worse and worse," Michael mutters after she's gone.
Pam is seeing the bright side. "In my fantasy, I always thought I would slap someone, make a big speech, and storm out forever. But this is good too." Yes, her big speech is a dozen or so episodes away at this point.
Roy is just getting the news of the branch closing from Kevin and Angela, the latter of whom assures Roy he'll be fine. "You're very strong and capable," she flirts, maybe remembering his round of Who Would You Do" a lot better than he does. Kevin's snickering drives her away, and Roy THs that working there without Pam would be like "loading trucks without any meaning."
Stanley is thrilled. He's already packing up his desk, planning to take his severance and retire. "I really couldn't be happier," THs some guy who would look a lot like Stanley if he weren't smiling so much. Creed, meanwhile, is up to something with his digital camera and the internet. Nostalgically documenting his soon-to-be-former workplace for his Flickr page?
Michael goes down to the warehouse to commiserate with the loading crew, but that goes south when he learns that Bob Vance of Vance Refrigeration bought out the warehouse. "So we're good," Darryl says. Michael pretends (badly) to be pleased, but from his office, he rants about how much it offends him that the CFO is giving his house to Josh, who in turn is taking his house and giving it to Bob Vance. I'm not sure how this other stuff happened so quickly, but it seems to be what gives him the drive to throw his coat on and storm out into the bullpen. "I have a plan and I'm going to save our jobs," he promises, and taps a very excited Dwight to come with him. "Oh, good, you're bringing Dwight," Pam says ambiguously. Is she being sarcastic, saying that Dwight will be a detriment to any plan Michael might have? Is she in favor of that, since she doesn't really want her job saved anyway? Is she just glad that Dwight will be gone for a while? It's beyond ambiguous, it's amtriguous. Out in the hallway, Michael tells Dwight that his plan is to go to see the CFO in person and convince him what a mistake he's making. Dwight calls shotgun for the road trip. "No...there's no one else," Michael weakly points out, already regretting his choice of wingman.