After the speech, Jim and Pam have to deal with a bitchy lady who's pissed off about the scones and apple cider being gone. "I think that was Sconesy Cider, noted baptism reception critic," Jim tells Pam. She goes to pick up make a food run, because it's better than sticking around for these lame jokes.
Michael is trying to get the gang to get together and do something like the youth mission, but Oscar points out they can volunteer on their own, like he does at a clinic. "Yeah, well that's just a pickup scene," Michael scoffs. He still wants them to hang out together more outside of work, like there's a group of coworkers in the world who spends this much time together outside of the office. "You want some more of this?" Darryl grumps. They're not hearing him, until he gets upset and calls them mean girls. "Like the movie, Mean Girls.," he clarifies. And he adds to Kevin and Stanley, "If you don't stop worrying so much about what you're gonna put in your gullet, you're gonna die in about a month." He storms out. Hilarious.
Jim leaves Cece with Pam's Meemaw for a minute so he can get more chairs, but not without getting a guilt trip in exchange.
Outside, Michael joins the crowd seeing off the youth mission. He shakes their hands, wishes them luck, and... gets on the bus. Oh, Michael.
During the ads, everyone has noticed Michael sitting on the bus, because he's next to an open window, and starts trying to talk him out of it. Except Darryl, who says of his decision, "I agree. I think it's superb." Phyllis asks what she's supposed to tell her clients, and he tells her to spin a whole story about his dying and becoming an angel, unless it's a bigger corporate account, in which case he's in a meeting. But he's not totally detached, because he still won't let Dwight give someone a 15% discount. Erin says it's so cool, and wishes she had a job she could just leave. Andy, who can't just stand there watching Erin be impressed by someone else, calls out, "Save me an aisle seat, Michael, I'm coming!"
As the bus heads down the road, the chick who gave the speech earlier tells Michael and Andy how awesome they are for joining in. Andy announces that he'll need to borrow a few things: "A contact lens case, some sunscreen, some sandals..."
Toby's finally inside the otherwise empty church, and stands in front of the stained-glass window to pull a Bartlet. Remember that amazing tirade in "Two Cathedrals?" Here comes Toby's version: "Why you always gotta be so mean to me?" he asks. Okay, that had less Latin.