Later, Jan packs up her samples and takes off, telling Michael she needs the car that night. Michael says he needs it, but Jan assumes he's going to his improv class and blows him off. Michael then sadly interviews that they used to have two cars but are now down to one, which is more economical, except that the one car they ended up with is a Porsche, for Jan. I'm sure she lets him ride in it sometimes as long as his shoes and hands are clean.
In the parking lot, Angela is receiving the items she'd left at Dwight's house -- a couple of cardigans, and a sleep apnea mask so big that Angela and Sprinkles figurine have both worn it together, and probably sometimes did. She asks about a cherub statue she'd left on the nightstand in Dwight's room, but he assures her that he doesn't have it. The uncomfortable chore complete, Angela formally shakes Dwight's hand, which segues us to an interview in which he says that he recently broke up with his girlfriend...and then as soon as he mentions sowing his wild oats, you can be fairly confident that a Schrutishly literal interpretation of the phrase is in the offing, and you would be right, and I will not dignify it with transcription because it's the sort of thing that wouldn't have made it into the episode were it not AN HOUR LONG.