Angela is chasing Dwight down what is clearly a California highway. He's on his cell phone saying, "Operation Phoenix is a go. Just get the car ready!"
Kelly poses with her new boyfriend and then Ryan poses with a sign saying, "KELLY, I KNOW YOU ARE WITH SOMEONE BUT I LOVE YOU. I WILL WAIT FOREVER." Thanks, Ryan, for jumping on that annoying trend of people putting up photos of themselves with handwritten messages. I was afraid you were going to miss one.
Robert's alone in the conference room with Andy, telling him it's time for him to go and that he's better than this. "Everyone is better than this, because this is the worst thing I have ever seen." And then Robert he takes a hefty swig of Geh-ee®. "Why'd they add coconut? I miss Original," he muses. Andy, hearing a commotion out on the bullpen, comes out to see everyone greeting the late-arriving David Wallace. Andy hurries over to a spot near the reception to take up his janitor bit again, like a stage actor late for a cue, as Wallace explains to the curious employees that he's been talking with Andy. "What? Thought I heard my name," Andy slurs. "I'm the new manager?" Wallace says he'll get to that, but Andy's not about to let his big dramatic moment go by, even as Wallace is trying to give the details. Eventually Wallace gets control of the announcement. "It did not go as I thought it would," Andy THs with a Scottian sense of disappointed entitlement.In a residential area (also in California, obvi), Dwight squeals around a corner and turns in to an alley right next to another brown Trans-Am, which pulls away with Angela in pursuit of that car. This sting is turning out to be a major investment.
Back at the office, Wallace is explaining that Jo Bennet is going to liquidate Sabre. "Oof!" Robert exclaims good-naturedly. "Wouldn't want to be a Sabre employee right about now!" He says he's the CEO. Wallace thinks this about to be an awkward moment, but Robert says it's for the best. "I never understood that corporate mess," he understates. He shakes Wallace's hand and introduces himself as "Bob Kazamakis," triggering a double-take from Jim and leads Wallace into the conference room for a rundown. "Guess I better take off these dirty rags," Andy says, struggling out of his coverall to reveal that underneath, he's dressed for the Oscars. Surprising no one. He muses out lout that he'll need to figure out how to manage this place. "Perhaps your year of experience managing this branch will come in handy," Jim says helpfully. "God, I hope so," Andy says, not as relieved as you'd think that someone is finally following the script in his head.