While Andy drinks through a straw, Kevin settles the bets: Jim owes him $120 and Phil owes him $230. Phil says he and Kevin will be playing more often. "Count me in," Andy says. "Nope," Phil says. Jim makes another pitch, and Phil wavers -- get back to him at the end of his fiscal year in two months. Jim then follows Phil to his car and makes a nuisance of himself until Phil gives him his business. Between shooting a 102 and abjectly humiliating himself, Jim's feeling pretty good right about now.
Back at the job fair, someone announces on the microphone that the job fair is closing in five minutes. Okay, she obviously doesn't know Rule One of Dealing with Michael Scott: Never tell him the clock is running out. Michael decides to make one last move with his own patented brand of desperation. He takes the mic and mocks the other booths in his sightline, like wondering what H&R Block even does, and whether the funeral director is taking his work home with him. He wisely stops short of making fun of the Air Force. But now security is coming, so he makes one final appeal for Dunder Mifflin as a great place to work, despite not being able to offer college credit or any pay. Amazingly, there are no takers. At least he finishes without trying to make a joke. Which, for Michael, is a feat on the order of teleporting.
At precisely the stroke of five, Dwight and Angela leave for the day. He holds the door for her, and she thanks him. So that was a whole day of awkward silence and pregnancy-hiding they got done today.
The job fair crew returns to the office to see Jim, Kevin, and Andy toasting with beers in the bullpen. Pam realizes that this means Jim closed the deal, and she runs to him for a big hug and kiss while the guys all watch. Then she remembers herself, shakes his hand, and congratulates him more formally. Jim says, "Screw this," and goes in for an even longer kiss. Kevin and Andy obligingly start humming porn music.
Michael THs that he was wrong to question himself today: A guy like Jim Halpert could do anything he wants, and he chooses to work here, selling paper, just like Michael. Back in the bullpen, Jim and Pam are still kissing, and Michael smirks up behind Pam and says, "Kiss her. Kiss her good." So that's the end of that kiss. And all future kisses, probably.
And the tag takes us back in time, back to the job fair. Pam goes up to a guy at a booth for a graphic design firm. Upon learning that the applicant needs to know all the design software packages, Pam looks a little worried. But never fear, the guy says -- there are all sorts of great programs in New York and Philadelphia. Pam is...open to it. Which is pretty ominous for the season's penultimate episode, if you think about it.