Out in the parking lot, Susan apologizes to Andy, who says they all wanted her to work there, "except for him. Especially me." Susan agrees that they hit it off, and says something about different circumstances, which Andy agrees with. "Maybe after all this settles down," she says. "Totally," Andy agrees, not at all knowing where this is going. "It's a date!" she chirps. Yes, it went there.
The tag is of course Dwight yelling at Darryl during his workout, because that subplot hasn't been wrapped up yet. Finding himself trapped on the bench under a heavy barbell, Darryl asks for a spot, but Dwight's making this a drill-sergeant moment, pushing to know what he really wants. Darryl basically just wants the barbell off himself before he dies, but he finally admits, "To look good for Val," as he manages to rack the bar his own self. Dwight doesn't get why Darryl cares about Val Kilmer, but at least now he has a goal. "I am going to make you the buffest dude Val Kilmer has ever seen." Uh oh, now that Top Gun volleyball scene is going to be on a continuous loop in the gym.
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