Schrute Farm. Ryan, all bedraggled and manure-y, is trudging through the field to a barn, muttering to himself for getting Dwight to help him in the first place. He knocks on the barn door, which is soon opened by Dwight, who welcomes him to his next challenge. I assume it involves protecting the family farm from the constant threat of obliteration by multinational agribusiness.
Stamford. Karen tries to wear Jim down by intentionally squeaking her chair. Jim counters by singing "Lovefool" in an off-key falsetto. Karen curses him out, claiming that it's not a proportionate response because she'll have the song in her head all day...and then the camera pulls back to show Andy, sitting in front of Jim, happily mouthing along with the song...and then singing the last line of the chorus in an interview, grinning, and musing, "What ever happened to those guys?" They put out a great new album in 2005? Rhetorical question? Okay.
Pretzel line. Pam gets out of the elevator with a stack of paperwork. Michael -- who probably should have brought a crossword puzzle to make the wait go faster...or, realistically, something to colour -- barks, "No cuts." Pam pointedly tells him that she thought he could sign off on some cheques so that he wasn't just wasting his time, but Michael doesn't pick up on the hint, and asks her to hold his place while he goes to the bathroom. Cut to Pam, back at her desk, brandishing her log: "12:00pm Stood in Pretzel line." He might have also been working on his Cosby impression before she got down there, though.
Schrute Farm. Dwight launches into a preamble for the next phase of their time together, but Ryan impatiently cuts him off, saying that he was in a frat in college and knows what Dwight's doing. Dwight counters that the reason Ryan has yet to make a sale is that he thinks he knows everything, and that he needs to accept that there are people who can teach him things. This assessment seems to hit home for Ryan, who silently follows Dwight into the barn. And his doom. Though that probably goes without saying.