Michael and Holly are brainstorming ideas for their sketch, but not really getting anywhere. "We're circling it," Michael says. Indeed they are.
Scranton is beating another team, and Wallace and Charles, in black New York Corporate t-shirts, threaten pleasantly from the sidelines that they'll still beat them. Rolf gets a little to into the trash-talking: "You suckers are going down!" he screeches. "They're gonna wipe your asses with your serves! Piss all over your faces!" While Scranton tries to reel Rolf in, Toby is reminded of last fall's HR convention. "Really funny," his equally hangdog counterpart from Corporate agrees. A moment later, Scranton wins the game. Dwight even hugs Jim for making the winning spike, then releases him quickly. "Settle down, gentlemen," Oscar chuckles.
From a platform, Wallace uses a microphone to address the troops, welcome everyone to the picnic, and introduce a song. "Uh, it's a sketch now," Michael says from behind a tree. Wallace introduces Holly and Michael and disclaims, "I have not seen this," before yielding the stage. Yeah, that's not really going to cover it. I already want to make this stop. They've come up with "Slumdunder Mifflinaire" The Slumdog Millionaire parody goes on roughly forever, with possibly made-up facts of the company's history and absolutely no jokes. Everyone in the audience is bored ad irritated, up until the $500,000 question about which branch is closing next: a) Scranton, b) Buffalo, c) Utica, or d) Toothbrush (teeth-brushing is the closest thing to a running gag here). The final answer turns out to be b). Obviously the orange-clad Buffalo contingent, which happens to be right up near the stage, is not taking this well. When Holly and Michael play the interrogation scene where Holly asks Michael how he knows that, he says, "David Wallace told me!" Buffalonians call David out. "They didn't know?" Holly asks Michael. "I guess not," he whispers. Oops. Wallace reluctantly announces that yes, they're going to be closing Buffalo. Over general consternation, Holly and Michael decide this is probably the time for them to take a bow.