Out on the golf course, Nellie explains, "In England, they put the holes a little bit to the right." Robert gets a little touchy-feely with her while coaching her on her putting.
While Darryl's selling cookies to Kevin (who performs a terrible rapping-head about cookie season), Toby comes up and objects to being tricked out of the biggest client in the office. Kevin is only too happy to have them fight over him. "I want to be wined, dined and sixty-nined." Not literally. "No offense, Oscar," he adds.
After the golf round, Jim tries to say a friendly farewell to Dwight, but all Dwight has to say is, "Bye bye. I win." Jim still extends a hand to shake, but Dwight just drops his ball into it like Jim's his caddy, then gloats on over to the cart he's sharing with Nellie. Jim's left behind with Robert, who says, "Let Dwight have his fun. Today will not be his day." By which he means that he's going to kill the Sabre store at the board meeting. As Robert explains, it's a lovely space and they did a great job with it, but the products themselves are crap, better suited to being sold online or over the phone where people can't actually try them out. "The Sabre store would work if we adopted the carnival model of leaving town once everyone's wise to us," Robert says. He explains that he couldn't just kill the idea right out of the gate after Jo endorsed it. "Shame, though. I did like Dwight." Dwight mocks Robert from across the pond, and Robert just cheers him on and repeats to a gobsmacked Jim, "Shame."
At HQ, before the meeting, Dwight and Nellie run through some cheesy "Power of Two" presentation choreography for Kathy, Packer, and Gabe, who responds, "I'm not just saying this: that was the best thing I've ever seen." Packer suggests joining in for a "Power of Three," which Dwight tells Kathy to take down and print on some toilet paper. Enter Jim, who asks for a minute alone with Dwight for his own good. Dwight mocks Jim hard, and when Packer joins in, Dwight shuts Packer down and continues mocking Jim, even repurposing Packer's putdown for himself. Jim, as he walks away down the hall, telling us, "Well, I tried. You saw it, so it's on the record." Not that anyone ever acted before as though anybody would ever see this footage. "I have a plane to catch."