Jim and Pam hang back and eat chocolates in the kitchen, and discuss their romantic plans to share a bottle of wine that evening. Pam tells Jim that they have lunch reservations with Brian and Alyssa. Pam thinks it's a good idea to thank Brian for saving her life, and Jim doesn't disagree. In Jim's TH, he maintains that he's looking forward to seeing Brian and his wife. "And he got fired for protecting my wife from a jerk in the warehouse? I'm sorry, but you know him. He's a good guy."
The Asian ladies at the nail salon fawn over tiny Angela, as she's clearly (and happily) used to them doing. At another table, one of the manicurists points out that Clark looks like a pretty girl. Nellie joins in the kidding, and Clark announces they're not actually together, so the couples discount won't apply. "She's living a lie," he says loudly. "Turns out I can't even be in a pretend relationship," Nellie THs.
Oscar and Darryl show up at the counter and ask for the couples' discount. The older woman in charge laughs them off, so Darryl steps up, grabbing Oscar's hand and passionately declaring their love. "And we have two disposable incomes and no kids, and we're taking our business elsewhere." And with that, he leads his fake boyfriend out of the store.
Jim and Pam show up at the restaurant and find Brian sitting at a table alone. He gives the crew -- his former coworkers, obviously -- an awkward smile as they sit down. They make a little small talk, and Jim thanks Brian for everything. And Brian breaks the news that he and his wife are splitting up. Think it's because he's in love with Pam? Nah.
In Andy's office, Dwight has Pretend Andy sign another form, complete with a gratuitous "Rinka dit-dit-dit-doo" in Dwight's Andy-voice. "Hi, Dwight," says a bearded figure in the doorway behind him, wearing a guayabera shirt, a Rasta hat, and beads in his scraggly facial hair. "You're back!" Dwight gasps at the new arrival because it's Andy. "And you're disgusting!"
Everyone returns to the bullpen to find hippie-Andy perched on a desk, saying, "I guess I can cancel my order from Zappos, because the loafers have arrived!" Good one, especially coming from a dude who skipped out on work in November. He goes for a hug from Erin, but is fended off by an awkward high-ten from her instead. Erin THs that she's so bad at breakups that she's still dating her first-grade boyfriend, plus she forgot to get him something for their twentieth anniversary.